Forward Together

Executive Talent Management Forum

Engaging, Developing, and Retaining Millennials

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lundring Events Center (Google Maps
Millennials

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This event is the first installment of a series of events organized by the California Lutheran University’s School of Management that is dedicated to managing talent in modern organizations. It is well known that talent is a key competitive advantage for any organization, but almost a half of US employers cite finding, engaging, and retaining qualified talent to staff skilled positions as their biggest and most pressing concern.

The main objective of this event series is to establish a forum that would help us to build a solid bridge between industry and higher education by taking advantage of participants’ extensive knowledge and experience in the area of managing human talent. Both world-class expertise present at the School of Management and the collective brain power of industry leaders attending this series will certainly help us to move closer to achieving that objective.

The first event scheduled for Tuesday, November 22nd, is devoted to the issues of engaging and retaining Millennials – young, educated, and skilled individuals with a specific and somewhat unique set of expectations toward their organizations – who now represent around 36% of US workforce, and who sometimes cause a tremendous amount of anxiety on the part of the employers. At this event, we will try to look closer at this employee segment, identify major drivers behind their motivation, work ethics, and career aspirations, as well as identify and share best practices aimed at engaging, developing, and retaining Millennials with an organization. Other topics related to Millennials that may be of interest to the event attendees will also be discussed.

We hope you will bring your expertise and join the discussion. Feel free to contact Dr. Vlad Vaiman with questions or comments you may have about this new talent forum. We are open to your thoughts and ideas on building a successful program.

WHO IS ATTENDING?

C-suite executives along with some of the foremost experts on talent management from organizations such as Penny Mac, DirectTV, Fullscreen, NBC Universal, and City of Hope and many more from leading companies in Southern California.

WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?

Be a part of the collective brain power of industry leaders and world-class experts from the School of Management with a goal of building a solid bridge between industry and higher education through taking advantage of participants’ extensive knowledge and experience in the area of managing human talent.

WHEN IS IT?

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

WHERE IS IT?

Lundring Events Center at California Lutheran University
130 Overton Court, Thousand Oaks, CA
CalLutheran.edu/map

WHAT IS THE COST?

$150

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 Keynote Speakers:

VladVaimanDr. Vlad Vaiman

Associate Dean and Professor, School of Management, California Lutheran University

 
 
NickShauerNick Shauer

Managing Director, Human Resources, Penny Mac

 

 

Panelists:

JoeBoschJoe Bosch

Chief HR Officer, DirectTV, ret. 2016

 
 
KimCongdonKim Congdon

Chief People Officer, Fullscreen

 
 
KetyDuronKety Duron

Chief HR and Diversity Officer, City of Hope

 
 
PrimoCustodioPrimo Custodio

Vice President HR, NBC Universal, ret. 2016

 

 


Agenda:

 

Breakfast Reception

Welcome
Dr. Chris Kimball
President, California Lutheran University

Introduction
Dr. Gerhard Apfelthaler
Dean, School of Management

Keynote 1
Dr. Vlad Vaiman
Associate Dean, School of Management

Keynote 2
Nick Shauer
Managing Director, Human Resources, Penny Mac

Roundtable & Moderated Panel Discussion
Joe Bosch, Chief HR Officer, DirectTV, ret. 2016
Kim Congdon, Chief People Officer, Fullscreen
Kety Duron, Chief HR and Diversity Officer, City of Hope
Primo Custodio, VP HR, NBC Universal, ret. 2016

Lunch

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