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Personalized Career Coaching Using Big Data Insight


Date: Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Time: 2:00 PM EDT

Duration: 60-minutes

In recent years, the hype of big data has left some organizations in limbo with unfulfilled promises of what that data can help them achieve. Mature HR organizations have honed their strategy to find success with the next technology evolution: applied analytics.

Applied people analytics can highlight trouble-spots, forecast trends, and otherwise help you make sense of millions of rows of records so that you can make better decisions for your organization, but it can also be leveraged to help employees on an individual basis. In this webinar you will learn:

  • Why promoting career development helps the organization as well as the employee
  • How to learn from past employee movement to best predict where to invest development resources
  • How to empower managers to have career development conversations in the absence of HR-defined career paths

According to Gallup, when employees leave an organization, 32% are leaving for career advancement. Learn how you can use big data insight to drive meaningful conversations about career development in your organization and achieve better workforce and business outcomes. In this webinar, Talent Management expert Caitlin Bigsby will discuss how you can empower people managers to be career coaches using people analytic insights.


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Speakers:

Caitlin Bigsby

   Caitlin Bigsby

   Director, Product Marketing   

   Visier

Caitlin Bigsby has over 20 years of experience in HCM software solutions and has worked with organization across diverse industries to help them maximize the value of their investments, in both their people and their software. As Product Marketing Director at Visier, Caitlin is applying her knowledge about transactional HCM and shining a light on how analytic insight can elevate the strategy of Human Resources. Prior to Visier, Caitlin held consulting and product management roles at Saba Software and Oracle.