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Free seminar in London on May 23rd for Heads of Business, Heads of Business Development and Heads of HR
Aligning Talent Development with Business Strategy – A Global Perspective
“Culture could eat Strategy for Breakfast” [Peter Drucker]
May 14th 2014. Odiham [Hants]. Verax International Ltd and two of its global clients will be presenting their experiences of aligning global talent development with the business strategy, at a free seminar in London on May 23rd. “One lesson to be learned is that significant breakthroughs can be made in the area of aligning talent with strategy,” says Verax Chairman Keith Bedingham. “In one case, a company won a contract worth £25m from what had originally looked like a losing position.”
The seminar will be full of practical ideas and tips from Kris Wadia, a former managing director with Accenture and now Head of Humanized Leadership [Accenture], and Martin Bushell, Head of Tata Consulting Service’s Business School.
Verax will present its integrated system that scientifically calculates the relationship between leadership and talent development and business strategy.
Verax will also demonstrate its online system that calculates a financial ROI on learning and development.
The event starts at 10:30 on 23rd May, at the Knapp Gallery, Regents University, Regents Park, London, NW1 4NS.
For more than 30 years, Verax has been researching and developing a rigorous, scientific, evidence-based methodology that pinpoints exactly what, where, when and if changes are necessary to achieve an organisation totally aligned to create its strategic objectives.
The company has worked internationally with major organisations to help them operate more efficiently – making significant improvements to effectiveness and business (revenue and profit) results.
Verax specialises in enabling clients make their strategy work, speedily and at all levels throughout the organisation.
About Kris Wadia
Kris Wadia is Founder of Humanized Leadership, which demonstrates how to lead multi-cultural teams, especially when cost-controls require management of them by “virtual” means using email, conference calls and the occasional video conference. During his tenure as a managing director at Accenture, he developed talent across 30 countries while shaping a bespoke Global Delivery Network culture for more than 150,000 employees.
About Martin Bushell
Martin Bushell is Head of Tata Consulting Services Business School. At the seminar he will explain how linking talent development with business strategy generated a £25 million contract for customer.
Note to the press:
For further information contact Keith Bedingham, Verax International
firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 01256 395050
or Paul Whitehead, Western Associates PR,
email@example.com Tel 01403 711177