Upcoming HRSG webinar: Planning a successful competency project

April 22, 2015 Sarah Beckett

On May 13th 2015 at 12:00pm EDT, HRSG is hosting a Panel Q&A Session: Planning a Successful Competency Initiative.

If you are considering implementing competencies, this is a can’t miss event! Suzanne Simpson, President and CEO of HRSG will kick off the session with a short introduction on the key considerations for starting a competency initiative and the steps to follow to get you started on the right footing.

Featuring special guest, Tracy Piper, Director of Human Resources – Talent Management for Destination XL Group, Inc. Tracy will share her experience rolling out a company-wide competency initiative.

Participate in the Q&A portion of the event and get expert advice on launching your competency project.

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Sarah Beckett

Sarah is an experienced marketer with over 12 years experience. She drives HRSG brand marketing strategy and the implementation of all related programs.

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