Matching Analytics to HR Chief Goals

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For the first time in the history of business and HR, we will prove that applying a proven method of predicting and assessing baseball talent will work in the corporate world. Haig Nalbantian, leader of the Mercer Workforce Sciences Institute will Chair this program along with leaders from the Texas Rangers, BPI and Fortune 500 organizations.

Haig’s research and cases show specific connections of baseball’s WAR (Wins Above Replacement) and other sabermetrics directly to organization’s goals in companies like Bank of Boston, Boys and Girls Club and others.

Find information about TalentBall, and some recent press coverage in the Dallas Business Journal.

You can also download our brand new white paper on: Matching Analytics to HR’s Chief Goals measuring What Matters Most According to HR Professionals.

Download White Paper

I hope to have the opportunity to meet you in person at TalentBall and virtually on this week’s benchmark-it webinar.

Louis Carter
Founder & CEO
Best Practice Institute

To register, visit http://talentball.bestpracticeinstitute.org/ for more information or call 561-693-2773.


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Louis Carter
Louis Carter is CEO and founder of Best Practice Institute, social/organizational psychologist and author of more than 11 books on leadership and management including his newest book just released by McGraw Hill: In Great Company: How to Spark Peak Performance by Creating an Emotionally Connected Workplace. He has lectured globally in the U.S., Middle East, and Asia on his work and research in organization and leadership development and is an executive coach and advisor to CEOs and C-levels of mid-sized to Fortune 500 organizations. He was named one of Global Gurus Top Organizational Culture Gurus in the world and was chosen to be one of 100 coaches to be in the MG100 (Marshall Goldsmith) out of 14,000 people as one of the top 100 coaches in the world .

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