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Your CEO Just Said Your Metrics Suck! Now What?


Meeting Description:

10 Strategies to put you back in the Driver’s Seat!

There is nothing worse than being in the boardroom presenting to your senior leadership, after having to wait far too long to gain this audience, and after the 3rd slide of your PowerPoint deck the CEO is already questioning your metrics!  

Have you been there?  Will you be there in the near future?  Don’t despair, this webinar will give you 10 practical strategies to get beyond the initial shock of being shut down, and put you back in the driver’s seat.   

HR metrics can be notoriously subjective and that opens up your leadership team to question everything.  Tim Sackett, SPHR, EVP of HRU Technical Resources and member of the Fistful of Talent team, will lead you through a session packed full of ideas on how to get your senior leaders to connect with your metrics and ultimately support your outcomes.

Details
Date: Thu, Aug 11, 2011
Time: 02:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Brendan Shields
 Presenter Information
Tim Sackett
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Tim is that guy - you know that guy - the one you see at the party talking a bit too loudly, waving his hands around a bit too much, trying with all his might to hold the stage. Yeah, he's that guy, but he's also the Executive Vice President for HRU Technical Resources and has led HR and Talent Acquisition departments for Fortune 500s. Tim feels, with every ounce of his being, that the most valuable thing any HR department can to for an organization is to add and increase its Talent. 

A writer for the uber-popular HR Blog Fistful of Talent, you will be hard pressed to find a more opinionated HR Pro in the business. Beyond the words, you'll see that the rhetoric comes by action, as Tim talks about what he has experienced firsthand - sometimes through failure and sometimes through success - but always through effort and passion for better HR. Come prepared to hear his offbeat and poignant take on NexGen HR topics, you'll laugh, you'll cry...you'll want to key Tim's SUV...