TLNT Webinar

Building the Case for Talent Management

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Companies often struggle to understand where to make investments in talent management, especially when the return may not be immediately measurable or apparent. The struggle can be frustrating but it’s also an opportunity for HR and Talent Management professionals to demonstrate their value as strategic business partners.

The key is to present a meaningful business case for talent management projects. HR leaders need to provide business intelligence that makes a clear and concise case for these investments, and that is firmly aligned to strategic objectives.

In this webinar we’ll discuss how to build or enhance a strategic business case for talent management that will persuade and convince executives. In particular, we’ll be looking at:

  • Why talent management is critical to business success given the current talent landscape
  • How to develop a framework for thinking about integrated talent management
  • Considerations and research results that can be included in a talent management business case
  • Actions participants can take to build or enhance the business case for talent investments

Join our free webinar on Thursday, April 7 for expert insight into building a compelling talent mangement business case that supports strategic business objectives.

Our speakers, Kimerle Campbell and Jackie Greaner, Ph.D. from Towers Watson, will share their expertise and best practices from developing talent business cases and strategies across a wide range of companies and industries.

Who should attend? This webinar is for you if you want to improve the effectiveness of your company’s investment in talent mangement. Join us on Thursday, April 7.

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Presented by:

Jackie Greaner

Jackie has served in the roles of Talent Management and Organization Alignment Practice leader for North America, Managing Consultant, and Senior Talent Management Consultant with Towers Watson since mid-2001. Prior to Towers Watson she ran the Business Transformation Practice for Dove Consulting, was President of the consulting division of Manchester (now part of Manpower) and CEO of another national consulting firm, EnterChange, for 8 years. 

Jackie’s areas of expertise include developing human capital and talent strategies, program design and implementation across the talent life cycle, employee engagement, change management, leadership, development, and senior team and board effectiveness. Her clients have spanned several industries, including, aerospace, banking / financial services, beverage, consumer goods, employment services, engineering, staffing services, media, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, gaming and hospitality and utilities industries.

Jackie has a Ph.D. in industrial / organizational psychology from the University of South Florida. She is a recent member of the board and executive committee of the Human Resource Planning Society, where she co-chaired two national conferences, the Membership Committee, and the Talent Management Special Interest Group. Jackie received the HRPS Volunteer Leader of the Year award in 2013.  

Jackie is certified in the Towers Watson Saville assessment tools and the Hogan suite of assessments.



Kimerle Campbell

Kimerle is a senior consultant in Willis Towers Watson’s Talent and Rewards practice and joined the firm in 1995. She works with clients to develop integrated talent management and reward programs that align with organization strategy and drive employee engagement. She has extensive experience working with global organizations in a wide range of industries.

Kimerle’s client industry experience includes engineering construction, financial services, healthcare, higher education, insurance, life sciences, manufacturing, media, retail, and technology.

Kimerle holds an M.A. from the Arizona School of Professional Psychology and a B.A. magna cum laude from Northeastern University. She is also a member of WorldatWork, and is a board member for Denver’s chapter of the Human Resources Planning Society (Rocky Mountain HRPS). Kimerle is certified in Saville Wave Assessments and the full suite of Hogan Assessment Inventory.