Strategic Talent Leadership Program

Dates: Early Registration: August 1, 2017
Session: September 19 & 20, 2017
Location: Northeastern University Charlotte, 101 N Tryon St., Charlotte, North Carolina, 28246

Tuition:
  • Early Registration: $2,695.00 (early registration ends August 1, 2017)
  • General Registration: $2,995.00
  • Veterans, Active Duty, and NU Alumni: $2,695.00
Profile: Senior HR, Talent, Learning, and OD leaders from organizations across the region.
Group Size Will be limited to maximize your work time and interaction with peers and faculty.

Do you have a truly strategic approach to maximizing your workforce to win in a global marketplace? How do you identify the vital strategic positions that create most of your organization’s value? What metrics and analytics should define your organization’s talent practices to support the strategic goals of your organization?

These and other compelling challenges for Senior Line, HR,Talent and Learning leaders are the focus of this two-day, open enrollment program conducted by a prominent faculty team from Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business.

The program is a joint effort by Northeastern's Center for Workforce Analytics and the D'Amore-McKim School of Business Executive Education office.

The faculty team is led by Mark Huselid, an internationally-recognized researcher, author, and business educator who has taught and coached HR professionals for many years. Now, he and his faculty colleague Craig Schneier, will help you raise the strategic impact of your work with the critical roles and talent that make the greatest difference to your organization. Please contact us to learn more about this program and its schedule of events.

 

Best-Selling Books from our Acclaimed Faculty

The Differentiated Workforce:
Transforming Talent into
Strategic Impact
The HR Scorecard The Workforce Scorecard

 

About Northeastern University

Northeastern University is a global, top-tier research university based in Boston, Massachusetts with satellite campuses in Charlotte, Seattle, Silicon Valley, and Toronto. Charlotte, the first satellite campus, has become a hub for finance, healthcare, technology, business, manufacturing, and research and development. Our programs are aligned with the needs of the region’s employers and equip students with the skills required to advance in today’s global economy.