HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) professionals, has announced their 2021 Advisory Board for "The State of Internal Mobility, Succession, and Career Development 2021." The board will provide HR leaders valuable, timely insights on today's succession planning initiatives through annual research and education of HR professionals.
Working closely with HR.com's HR Research Institute (HRRI), the newly-appointed board of industry experts and thought leaders will counsel on the most impactful topics and key areas within career development, succession, and internal mobility to advise and effectively guide primary research and event planning. The upcoming research study will provide a detailed snapshot of today's internal talent and mobility trends, potential best practices, where things are headed in the future, and how these initiatives can be critical to the success of a business.
Organizations struggle to recruit top talent, especially for hard-to-fill roles. Therefore, it's critical to proactively develop and manage the required talent internally, leading to greater internal mobility. The fact that so many employees work remotely these days can simplify internal mobility in some ways but complicate it in other ways.
The research insights and findings will be published in a major HR Research Institute report and will be further distilled into a two-page infographic. The results will also be featured at the complimentary virtual event, The State of Internal Mobility, Succession, and Career Development 2021, taking place November 17, 2021. Free for interested HR professionals, this full-day event will include webcast sessions with experts and thought leaders.
The advisory board's guidance will be invaluable in ensuring both the research and the virtual event are best-in-class for HR professionals in attendance, as well as address today's top concerns.
The state of the industry research will investigate several areas with the HR community to provide a comprehensive snapshot of:
- The challenges and benefits associated with increased internal mobility
- How organizations cultivate cultures in which internal mobility is allowed and even encouraged
- Emerging technologies and predictions about how the landscape will evolve over the next several years
- How organizations that succeed in these areas tend to differ from those that do not
The newly appointed 'State of Internal Mobility, Succession, and Career Development' advisory board for 2021 is comprised of the following industry thought leaders:
- Matt Adams, EVP, Client Solutions, Insala
- Jennifer Borun, Sr. Director Product Marketing, Cornerstone onDemand
- Stephen Bruce, Managing Director, PeopleFluent
- Linda Ginac, CEO and Chairwoman, TalentGuard
- Amanda Kondrotas, Head of Sales Specialists, Talent Management, SHL
- Gayle Lantz, Founder & CEO, WorkMatters
- Akash Savdharia, Co-Founder & CEO, Patheer
- Jamie Schneiderman, Founder & CEO, Career Spark
- Ruslan Tovbulatov, VP Global Marketing, Gloat
- Anne Warren, Director, Talent Management, AECOM
- Michael Wellens, Business Development, WorkLogix
- Christine Yokoi, Product Strategy Director HCM, Oracle
The HR Research Institute releases annual "State of the Industry" reports in a variety of HR topic areas, including the previous report, The State of Internal Mobility, Succession, and Career Development 2020: Leverage internal mobility, succession planning, and career development to boost chances of long-term organizational success, which was published November 2020 and addressed legal and regulatory compliance for HR professionals.
Additional HR.com research reports and infographics, always free, can be downloaded anytime at hr.com/hrresearchinstitute
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