Liana MackeyDirector Talent Management
Liana Mackey is currently a Director of Talent Development Programs at Dell. She has about fifteen years of experience in the field of Organizational Development and Talent Management. Liana currently works at Dell Inc. in the Supply Chain function and is responsible for global top talent development programs for all levels. In her ten years at Dell, she also built and ran Dell’s Finance Development Program and has held Organizational Development internal consulting roles in Americas Operations, Global Operations, and Corporate Services. Prior to Dell, Liana worked at Valero Energy Corporation for about five years and played a major role in building out the strategy, processes, and infrastructure for the whole suite of Organizational Development work - talent management, succession management, career management, executive development, coaching, and assessments for selection and development as a few examples. Liana also spent a year as a counselor at a crisis counseling center working with families, individuals, and groups. Liana has a Bachelors degree in Business and Sociology from Trinity University and a Masters Degree in counseling from Texas State University. Her biggest passion at work is helping to accelerate the development of top talent.
6:05 PM Aligning Talent Mobility and Internal Hiring to Improve Retention and Advance Your Global Workforce
Mobility opportunities and internal hiring are a key factor to aid employee retention, as well as attracting and engaging the next generation of employees: 71% of millennials say they want and expect an overseas assignment during their careers. (Pwc, 2015). Organizations will need to move and deploy talent quickly and find ways to overcome external challenges such as tax, social security and immigration requirements. Recruiting strategies will need to be more sophisticated to manage growing deployment and relocation demands, and at the same time handle different needs and expectations of four generations of workers – baby boomers, generation X, millenials and generation Z. Currently, most internal hiring occurs on a case-by-case basis with very few organized programs in place.
Topics to be discussed include:
Strategies to define the best programs for internal recruiting and mobility, to boost your retention rates
Aligning global sourcing and deployment with wider business strategy
Leveraging the role of technology to support global working arrangements
Designing a well-defined program for advancement opportunities and lateral opportunities
Integrating mobile opportunities into your employee value proposition for Millennials