It can be challenging to gain executive buy-in for an investment in talent management process and technology improvements, especially when the return may not be immediately measurable or apparent. This can be especially frustrating when the cost of doing nothing – which may be greater than the initial investment – goes unrecognized. The key is to present a meaningful, relevant and credible business case that focuses on the measurable outcomes from a modern approach to talent management. HR leaders need to provide business intelligence that makes a clear and concise case for these investments, one that is that is firmly aligned to strategic objectives.
Join us on February 25th for a discussion with Lyn Craven, Principal, Value Services at Cornerstone and learn how to build, enhance and communicate a strategic business case for talent management that will persuade and convince executives.
During the webinar we will provide an example of the steps for building the business case:
This program covers topics in the Career Development track.
This webinar will cover the following Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs): Results Driven, Leading Change, Leading People and Business Acumen.
Lyn Craven is a seasoned Business professional with nearly 15 years of award-winning experience driving executive HCM strategy and innovation. Lyn has achieved remarkable results for dozens of iconic clients. She has a track record of creating and implementing leading practices with consistent multimillion dollar impacts, achieving success via a proven ability to create long-term business value balanced with immediate actions for success.
Over the years, Lyn has received awards from various employers for her thought leadership, innovation and dedication and she believes in building strong relationships with her business partners and clients.
It is her passion to transform organizations by asking the right questions, creating a platform for success and removing obstacles to strategic goal achievement. Ensuring her client’s success is Lyn’s top priority.