Our approach to executive development draws upon the power of real-world, applicable experiences from our faculty and staff, integrated with the knowledge our client partners share about the challenges they face.We have created this Executive Development Resource Library - with white papers, webinars, interviews, surveys, newsletters, videos and more - to help talent development professionals learn and develop as leaders in their organizations.
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UNC Executive Development webinars tackle current talent development issues faced by today's HR and talent development professionals.
Most recent webinar (November, 2013):
- A Model for Talent Manager Excellence
Talent management practitioners, Marc Effron and Jim Shanley, speak about their TM 4+2 Capability Model for talent manager excellence and highlight the six characteristics that differentiate a high performing talent management leader in this webinar.
-To access the slides of this webinar, click here.
-To access the recording of this webinar, click here.
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UNC Executive Development fields research and surveys on pressing talent development issues.
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UNC Executive Development produces two e-newsletters. Click on the following links to visit the e-newsletter archives of each:
- UNC Executive Development News - Includes links to articles, blog entries, open enrollment program news, and reports designed to contribute to your ongoing professional growth
- UNC Talent Development News - Includes links to white papers, interviews, surveys, webinars, blog entries, and articles on talent development issues designed for senior HR management
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UNC Executive Development has videos of Kenan-Flagler faculty, Executive Development staff and open enrollment program participants discussing the importance of executive development, leadership and programs.« Prev