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CCI’s Rob Croner and Adena Johnston to present on Career and Talent Management in the Post-COVID Environment at Tri-State HRMA September 2020 Webinar

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Tri-state HRMA Sept 2020 Webinar

CCI’s Rob Croner, VP of Senior Executive Services, and Dr. Adena Johnston, VP and Talent Development Practice Leader, will be presenting at Tri-State HRMA’s webinar on September 10, 2020. The webinar, titled “Career and Talent Management in the Post-COVID Environment,” will discuss how HR can adapt and evolve their function to better support today’s multi-generational and virtual workforce.

The coronavirus pandemic, economic downturn and social unrest have disrupted organizations and presented a challenging dynamic for HR Leaders. The need for employees to feel safe and protected has drastically changed around health, physical and emotional security. And employees and companies alike are pondering how to navigate career and professional growth in a virtual world, as each generational cohort presents unique talent and career management opportunities and challenges.

Forward-thinking organizations recognize the need for strategic talent and workforce planning. Aligning talent strategy with the business strategy leads to smooth succession planning, increases the organization’s ability to respond to growth opportunities, ensures appropriate transfer of critical knowledge and intellectual property, and improves overall organizational performance.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Reconnecting and rebuilding trust in organizations
  • Assess and enhance workforce planning, succession and career mobility programs to align employees’ career interests with organization’’ operational and talent needs
  • Reframing the HR function to better balance the role of employee advocate while supporting the organization’s goals and objectives


September 10, 2020


12:30pm – 1:30pm: Welcome and Speaker Presentation

1:30pm – 1:45pm: Q&A and Wrap-up


Cost: $10 (Members & Students) / $15 (Guests)

Register here:

Approved for 1.25 SHRM PDCs
This program is pending HRCI credit approval

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