Event: Tweetchat on Personalizing the HiPo Career Path

 
  • When: 10th July 2015, 5:30pm-6:00pm
  • Price: Complimentary
  • Who should attend: CEOs, CHROs, HR Heads, HR Directors, HiPo Program Managers and all stakeholders of HiPo Program
 

Personalizing the HiPo Career Path

Organizations world over are today investing in HiPo development programs and offering their employees a bouquet of opportunities. Even with the significant support being given to them, every HiPo has certain unique expectations from his/her own career. Thus, it becomes critical to carve out a personalized HiPo career path and ensure a sustained level of engagement. How are organizations dealing with this expectation? What can be done to enable the leaders oftomorrow?

Questions:

Q1. How do employees with high potential define ‘career’ in today’s dynamic world?

Q2. What do career oriented HiPos expect from their leaders?

Q3. What are the implications of changing career mindsets on the HiPo selection process?

Q4. What are the cultural traits an organizations need to engage and retain HiPos?

Q5. How can the RoI of the individual focused HiPo program be enhanced?

Q6. What should organizations do to ensure that the vast majority see the HiPo's as the gifted guys and don't feel a sense of alienation ?

 

To be a part of this Tweetchat please use the hashtag #HiPoWeek and tweet your answers to respective question number (e.g. Q1/A1) 

Join us with SV Nathan and Shakun Khanna, Country Head – India for Right Management, for this Tweetchat to explore what organisations and leaders are doing to provide a unique experience to their HiPos.

Speakers


Shaakun Khanna

Shaakun Khanna

Head of Human Capital Management Applications, APAC, Oracle Corporation
SV Nathan

SV Nathan

Partner & Chief Talent Officer, Deloitte India

For more information contact…

Ritu Chaudhary
ritu.chaudhary@peoplematters.in
09654098089
0124 4412 316

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