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Based on his extensive experience in working with Fortune 500 organizations worldwide for the past 20 years, as well as substantial research data, Ray will share with the audience several best practice business cases and results to support talent management initiatives. By using real life examples, he will coach the audience in a process to help build their own business case. They will learn how to identify and quantify the bottom-line costs of disengagement and voluntary turnover.
He will then share tips and ideas with the audience regarding how to apply these costs to an overall return on investment for implementing effective strategies. Participants will: Hear about some best practices in the talent arena, the business cases and returns on investments, learn how to build their own business case to support investing in employee engagement initiatives, experience a process to calculate the return on investment, and be introduced to 26 cost-effective actions the participants can take now to engage the talent on their team.
Raymond Halagera is President and Chief Operating Officer for Career Systems International, a Beverly Kaye Company. As President and COO, Ray is responsible for CSI’s overall management and growth. Ray’s day-to-day responsibilities focus primarily on sales management, online technology, and strategic alliances. He has been part of the organization’s team since 1999. For almost two decades, CSI, led by its founder, Dr. Beverly Kaye, has been providing training and consulting in career development, employee retention and mentoring to its Fortune 500 clients.