Mastering the Art and Science of Identifying Top Talent
Thursday, January 25 | 10:00 a.m.
We’re all aware that the business landscape is rapidly evolving. You need to stay ahead of the curve, help your agency members do the same — and insight can help. Insight into selecting and developing one of your most significant assets: your employees. The value of human capital (your employees) has emerged as one of the key drivers of business success. If you start by focusing on your employees, you’ll position your company for sustainable growth!
How can you gain the right insight and how do you apply it? We polled experts and surveyed our clients to capture surprising insights into the art and science of identifying top talent. In this interactive session you’ll find out what we’ve learned, you can ask questions of your own, and discover ways you can best secure and protect the future of your company, and by paying this information forward, the future of your insurance agency members.
- The cost and consequences of a bad hire
- Understanding the power of insight to effectively hire and retain A-players
- How to use behavioral science to make great hires
- Best practices in the selection process
Keather Snyder is Chief Revenue Officer at The Omnia Group, a leader in helping organizations improve and optimize their talent selection, development and company culture. Keather’s career has centered around her passion for helping organizations drive business results through the tenants of cultivating employee experience, client engagement, team development and sales excellence.
Prior to joining Omnia, Keather was with Bersin by Deloitte (a business unit within Deloitte Consulting, LLP) leading Bersin’s worldwide sales and client success team. There, she was a sought after speaker and workshop facilitator presenting on the “Future of Work” and Deloitte’s Human Capital Trends research. At Omnia she continues to speak at conferences, universities and client events globally. She is also hugely passionate about developing our future generation of employees and dedicates personal time to mentoring school age and early career professionals.