In this webinar, Chia-Li Chien, director of Cal Lutheran’s Financial Planning Program, will interview Vlad Vaiman, professor and associate dean for the School of Management, on the aging adviser population and the shortage of talent in the financial planning industry. This shortage of talent could reshape the profession.
Discussion: The latest Executive Talent Management Forum 2020 – the Financial Service industry is known for using technology such as FinTech. What can employers do to retain their talents? What can employers and employees do to keep up their skills and remain competitive? In firms with four to 10 partners, what are some team structures that can help employers address the shortage?
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Vlad Vaiman is a professor of international management at Cal Lutheran and
is a visiting professor at several top universities around the world, including Aalto University School of Business and Hanken School of Economics in Finland; Danube University of Krems , and Management Center Innsbruck in Austria; Reykjavik University in Iceland; and ISEG in France.
Vaiman holds a doctorate in international management from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and an MBA in strategic management and human resources the University of Wyoming School of Business. Professional experience includes working on consulting assignments for several major organizations throughout the world. He is a longtime member of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants and a highly sought-after speaker on topics of talent management and cross-cultural communication and negotiations.
Vaiman has published five books on managing talent in organizations: Smart Talent Management: Building Knowledge Assets for Competitive Advantage (Edward Elgar Publishing); Talent Management of Knowledge Workers: Embracing the Non-Traditional Workforce (Palgrave MacMillan); Managing Talent of Self-initiated Expatriates (Palgrave MacMillan); Macro Talent Management: A Global Perspective on Managing Talent in Developed Markets (Routledge); and Macro Talent Management in Emerging and Emergent Markets: A Global Perspective (Routledge).
His academic work has appeared in several top academic journals including the Academy of Management Learning & Education, Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management, Thunderbird International Business Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and others. He is a co-founder and chief editorial consultant of the European Journal of International Management (EJIM), an ISI/SSCI indexed publication (www.ejim-global.org), and a member of editorial boards of three other major international academic and practitioner peer-reviewed journals.