Council Sponsored Webcast by the Onboarding Talent Council

24 April, 2013 | (01 hr)

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New employee onboarding is a key piece of the talent acquisition, management, and development equation. While it holds huge potential for employees who are more committed, engaged, and effective, it doesn't yield these results by accident. These two speakers will share their valuable experiences regarding what works, what doesn't work, and what questions to ask as you approach your own onboarding program, whether you are looking to start from scratch or improve upon what exists now.


Audience: Those in the HR and talent function and decision makers looking to strengthen their onboarding programs


William Shepherd PhD

William Shepherd PhD
Director, Talent & Organizational Effectiveness
Huntington National Bank

William Shepherd is the Director of Talent and Organizational Effectiveness at Huntington Bancshares (HBAN). He is responsible for leadership development, succession planning, performance management, organizational culture, and coaching programs a... Full Bio

David Bruesehoff

David Bruesehoff
Director, Talent Management
Ernst & Young LLP

David is the chair of the Onboarding Talent Council.

David Bruesehoff serves as Director, Talent Management for the Americas for Ernst & Young, a leader in the accounting & tax field. His thoughts about talent acquisition and innov... Full Bio

Talya Bauer

Talya Bauer (Moderator)
Cameron Professor of Management
Portland State University
Managing Partner
Management Analytics

Talya earned her Ph.D. degree in Business with a special emphasis in Organizational Behavior and Human Resources from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. She is an award-winning teacher and was awarded the Society for Industrial and Orga... Full Bio


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