At the Forefront of Your CEO’s Mind: Talent, Talent, Talent
Tuesday, May 8, 2012 | 7:00am - 9:00am | Mercer University - Atlanta Campus
Drawing data from PwC’s latest Annual Global CEO Survey, 66% of CEOs say a lack of the right skills is their biggest talent challenge and 83% say they intend to change their strategies for managing people. Keeping talent strategies aligned to business strategies in these transformational times is a challenge all organizations face today. It as fundamental as asking the right questions and the answer usually lies in the talent that is already within your organization – your managers. An investment in your managers always delivers the best return to the bottom line.
Please join us for a CEO and HR Executive panel discussion on how some of Atlanta’s finest organizations are focusing on their talent by investing in the managers they already have. Learn how a renewed focus on leadership and management development directly impacts the organization’s bottom line.
Moderator: Randy Lucius, Ph.D., Vice President, Turknett Leadership Group
-Tim Goodly, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.
-Debbie Levine, VP of Talent Management, Global Payments
-Gregg Thompson, Bluepoint Leadership Development
Dr. Randy Lucius is a licensed I/O psychologist with 15 years of talent management consulting experience assisting private, public and non-profit organizations (small business to Fortune 500). At Turknett Leadership Group (TLG) he helps organizations use best practices within the field of I/O Psychology to achieve their strategic and financial goals. His specialties include leadership coaching, management development, pre-hire screening, succession planning, competency modeling, performance management, and engagement surveys. He earned his doctorate degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia.
Timothy W. Goodly is senior vice president of human resources for Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (TBS, Inc.). In this capacity, he is responsible for the development of human resources policies and procedures for CNN Worldwide, which includes over 4,000 employees across the globe. Goodly earned a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a master of business administration from Tulane University. He received his doctorate in organizational development from Benedictine University.
Deborah Levine has over twenty-five (25) years of domestic and international Human Resources experience in multiple industries, including financial services, manufacturing, consumer products, wireless communications and technology, within Fortune 500/1000 companies. She has provided strategic HR leadership in start-ups, acquisitions, cultural transformations and divestitures, with current primary focus areas in global talent management, cultural integration, executive succession planning, leadership development, assessments and performance management. She is the Senior Vice-President, Global Talent Management for Global Payments, Inc. Deborah holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and a MS degree in Organizational Psychology from Case Western Reserve University. She is certified in a variety of leadership assessment instruments and is a certified executive coach. Deborah served as a Board of Director for the Partnership Against Domestic Violence (2007-2012) and the Atlanta Technical College (2005-2010).
Gregg Thompson is a facilitator, coach, author and speaker with a passion for developing the greatness in individuals and organizations. As president of Bluepoint Leadership Development, he leads a talented group of worldwide professionals who design and deliver challenging educational experiences that accelerate the natural development of leaders. As a much-in-demand leadership coach, Gregg works with senior executives across North and South America, Europe and Asia. Gregg consistently wins the praise of clients for his wealth of experience and knowledge of business management, and his uncompromising dedication to achieving the highest standards of excellence in organization leadership.