Speaker and Program Information:
The New Path Forward: Creating Compelling Career Paths
with Scott Engler, CEB
Session Description:Today's careers are failing both employees and employers.
Employers are not getting the capabilities they need to drive growth, and employees are not satisfied with their careers. Most organizations provide employees wtih sample career paths, access to job boards, and career conversations. But not only do these approaches not work, they can also make talent shortages worse and drive down career satisfaction.
Join CEB Managing Director Scott Engler for a look at how the best companies create growth-based career cultures not through employee ownership, but through career partnerships that create reciprocal value for the organization and employees. Employees gain experience and skills that make them more employable while organizations gain competitive advantage by building workforce capabilities.
The Corporate Executive Board’s Human Resources practice enables HR functional executives and their teams to execute efficiently, benchmark performance against best-in-class metrics, and achieve critical business objectives through successful talent and functional strategies. We provide the guidance and tools that enable business leaders and managers to overcome common challenges, improve their workforce and drive the organization's performance.
Speaker BioScott Engler is a senior member of CEB’s Advisory Leadership Group working with CEB’s strategy, finance, and human resources practices. Scott specializes in C-Level executive advisement, strategic planning and speaking/facilitating. He is also the Host of the CEB Talent Angle. In his 10 years at CEB, Scott has led advisory and research for the two fastest-growing practices within the Corporate Executive Board, which currently serve over 1000 CFOs and 2000 CHROs. In 2014, Scott and his team developed leading research for CFOs earning the highest firm awards in excellence and he was named the speaker of the year. Over the past five years his teams have authored research across key areas of corporate focus such as: Board Management, Succession Planning, Business Performance, Strategy Development, Senior Leader Development and Finance Analytics. In addition to his advisory roles, Scott co-authors the pan practice Middle Market Report which highlights emerging thought in mid-market companies as well as functional trends across practices. He also drives product development to scale advisory services, creates and leads leadership training for senior executives, managers, and finance professionals, and he regularly speaks at conferences. Mr. Engler began his career in 2007 as a research director in the finance practice before adding the human capital practice to his role. Prior to his role at CEB, Scott worked in business television and alternative investments. Learn more about Scott on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottengler
AUSA Conference & Event Center
2425 Wilson Blvd,
Arlington, VA 22201Parking options:
Recommended parking: Crystal Parking, 2636 Wilson (entrance on Danville)
Crystal Parking is approximately 1.5 blocks from event center. Cost is $10.00. Parking can be reserved in advance. Please call 1-703-920-8733 or visit their website at http://www.crystalparking.comMetro Information:
Take the Orange Line or Silver Line to the Court House stop and exit by following signs to Clarendon Blvd./Strayer University exit (left). Cross the street (Wilson/Clarendon) at the traffic light, turn left and walk west on Wilson about two blocks. The AUSA building at 2425 Wilson Blvd. is on your right and is identified by the gold letters AUSA.
Tentative Program Schedule:
Registration: Time: 08:00 amSave
Program Welcome (Networking Breakfast): 08:15 am
Program Starts: 08:30 am
Program Concludes: 10:00 am
Informal Conversation time with speakers - 10:00 am-10:30 am
HRLF members: FREE
HRLF members may send a substitute to any program they cannot attend and may bring one guest free during their membership year.