HCI, Franklin University to Host Networking Event

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<p><b>Washington, D.C. &mdash; Feb. 20</b><br/>The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association and educator in talent management strategies, and Franklin University, a Columbus, Ohio-based educator known for its focus on providing educational opportunities and choices for working adults, have announced the details of their next &quot;Network &amp; Learn&quot; event. </p><p>Dr. E. Ted Prince, Perth Leadership Institute CEO and founder, will be the featured presenter.</p> <p>The complimentary breakfast event will be Wednesday, March 7, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. (EST), on the Franklin University Columbus campus in the Richard M. Ross Auditorium, 301 E. Rich St.</p><p>&quot;Recruiting the right people is critical for financial success in today&#39;s knowledge economy, however, HR departments are typically unaware of the single most pivotal aspect of doing this successfully,&quot; said Allan Schweyer, HCI&#39;s President &amp; Executive Director. &quot;Ted Prince refers to it as the &#39;Financial Signature&#39; of potential recruits.&quot;</p> <p>Prince&#39;s presentation, &quot;Recruiting and Developing Winning Leaders in the Public and Private Sectors,&quot; will share how the innate financial competencies of managers impact the performance and valuation outcomes of organizations, and how executives and human resource managers can identify and leverage the financial personalities of potential hires. </p><p>Prince will provide examples of how forward-thinking government agencies, nonprofits and corporations have applied his predictive model, &#39;Financial Signature,&#39; and associated research findings to recruit and hire the right executives and develop high-potential leaders at all management levels.</p> <p>After extensive research on the personality and leadership styles of hundreds of high-profile C-level executives, Prince developed a predictive model that can actually forecast the impact an executive will have on the corporate bottom line. </p><p>Many executives who would be considered model leaders are destined to lose money or constrain corporate valuation year after year because of &#39;Financial Signature&#39; and leadership styles that could easily be fixed through proper coaching.</p>

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