June 15, 1:00pm – 2:00pm EDT
The ongoing public health, economic, and social concerns challenged traditional approaches to recruiting and developing executive leaders. However, to drive business transformation leaders will need 21st century skills AND strengths to succeed in their sector.
Join us for a panel discussion on leadership influenced by the challenges of the past year. This session will cover:
• Traditional approaches to assessing and developing leaders
• Tangible ways the global pandemic reshaped what organizations need from leaders
• The future of leadership influenced by the past twelve months
This panel discussion will be driven by:
Stephen Mueller, Head of Consulting, Americas, Cappfinity
Stephen serves as Cappfinity’s Head of Consulting, Americas. In his role he consults with talent management professionals across the Human Capital Management (HCM) domain, with specific focus on leveraging pre-employment assessments, technology, and organizational data to improve quality and diversity of hire. Stephen has worked across employment sectors, in both high volume hiring and executive assessment, for both domestic and multinational organizations. He completed a doctorate in industrial organizational psychology at the University of Houston and a master’s in business administration from the University of St. Thomas. He is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and Society for Industrial Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
Celine Floyd, Director of Leadership Assessment at Cappfinity
A Chartered Industrial Psychologist, Celine has a 15-year track record in helping international corporations realize their People Agenda. Her specialties include leadership capability and potential, internal mobility, team formation, succession planning, talent mapping and leadership bench-strength testing. She has served as an advisor to CEOs, CPOs and CHROs, is a regular conference speaker and author in industry publications.
Christopher Mills, Partner, Schillings
Christopher leads business management and works closely with key stakeholders
in developing the strategic growth plan and delivering the expansion and improvement of all
business activities. He is responsible for client and marketing activities and people and talent management. He led the transformation and repositioning of Schillings into an international privacy and reputation consultancy. Schillings won a string of awards most notably for best corporate strategy, ABS of the year and the best re-brand. Christopher was also awarded Non-Lawyer of the Year at the 2014 Modern Law Awards and Outstanding Innovator at the 2016 Legal Week Innovation Awards.
Christine Sheedy, Chief People Officer, Octave Group
She leads the design and execution of the organization’s human resources strategy, allowing the business to achieve and exceed its business goals through the effective use of its people resources. Prior to Octave Group, Christine held roles at Gain Capital, Thomson Reuter, The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company (A&P), and Chase.
Webinar in partnership with the Human Capital Institute.