Reducing High Performer Flight With Talent Mobility Strategies
Tuesday, Mar 23, 2010 1:00pm CST
Talent mobility is a proactive approach to succession planning, employee development and career planning that focuses on dynamic talent rotation. It is an essential strategy for building deep talent pools and bench strength internally to ensure that leadership and overall staffing needs are adequately aligned to business plans and to reduce the reliance on and cost of sourcing talent externally. Talent mobility is also an important retention and engagement mechanism, since high performer flight increases after 15 to 18 months in the same position when there is little hope of movement (either laterally to round out skills or upward from an advancement perspective). Join Steve Bonadio of Softscape to learn more about the importance of a systematic talent mobility strategy and the significant business benefits that it affords.
Senior Director, Product Marketing SumTotal Systems, Inc.
Steve Bonadio is a 15-year technology veteran, specializing in enterprise business applications, talent management, customer relationship management and application technology. At HR software provider SumTotal, he is responsible for global product marketing and focuses on product strategy, core messaging, market research, sales support and competitive differentiation. Prior to SumTotal, Bonadio was senior marketing director with Oracle, where he led global product marketing for a $350 million multiple-product segment. He also has held senior industry analyst positions with Meta Group (acquired by Gartner) and Hurwitz Group. Bonadio received a degree in economics and business from Lafayette College.