If so, please join us for a morning of peer networking and an opportunity to learn transferrable best practices from one of Northeast Ohio's most highly recognized talent executives, Reginald Stover, Cleveland Clinic's Chief Talent Officer.
Many organizations are still redefining their business strategies in light of the new shift in talent needs.
The challenges of this new economy are requiring companies to make tough decisions about many business practices - most of all, talent.
All aspects of talent management are being affected from workforce planning, recruiting, performance, compensation, and development to succession and retention.
More than ever, organizations need leaders who can build aggressive strategies that prepare "people talent" to lead their businesses into this state of 'new normal' - one that creates an environment of engagement, growth, and sustainability.
No one can provide insight on how best to overcome the challenges of today and execute a successful talent acquisition, development and retention strategy better than Reginald Stover
Please join us to connect and learn from your peers who share like concerns in meeting their companies' talent management challenges.
After attending this event, you are sure to leave with at least one concrete idea that you can use.
Our Featured Speaker Reginald Stover is the Chief Talent Officer at the Cleveland Clinic
In this role, Mr. Stover is responsible for designing, building and leading a world-class staffing and workforce planning strategy for the Cleveland Clinic, which includes recruitment, college relations, workforce development, succession planning, organizational learning and performance development.
Mr. Stover joined the Cleveland Clinic in 2008 as the Executive Director, Talent Management.
Previously, as Vice President of Human Resources for PepsiAmericas, Mr. Stover provided leadership in the areas of recruitment, development and retention, employee relations, performance management, executive coaching, rewards and recognition, mentoring and succession planning.
He also held senior-level human resources positions at Nestle and General Electric.
Additionally, Mr. Stover served as an Intelligence Officer, Executive Officer and Platoon Leader in the United States Army.
A native Clevelander, Mr. Stover holds a master's degree in Organizational Development from Case Western Reserve University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Cincinnati.