Plateau Continues Support of HCI’s Manage

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<p><strong>Washington, D.C. &mdash; May 22</strong><br />The Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association and educator in talent management strategies, and Plateau, a provider of software for developing, managing, rewarding and optimizing organizational skills and talent, have announced that Plateau has renewed its sponsor of HCI&#39;s Manage and Develop Talent education and research track. </p><p>The track is one of several topics addressed in HCI&#39;s Talent Leadership community of interest, a community HCI considers critical to organizations working to build competitive advantage.<br /><br />&quot;In too many organizations today, employees say that their skills and talents are underutilized as they experience barriers to mobility and opportunities within their companies,&quot; Allan Schweyer, HCI executive director, said. &quot;The problem isn&#39;t that their current employers don&#39;t have opportunities for them. Rather, it&#39;s that few companies understand their talent well enough to effectively deploy individuals into the right jobs at the right time.&quot;<br /><br />When leadership does ensure that planning and developing talent are aligned with corporate priorities, employees&#39; productivity and passion for work rises, resulting in reduced turnover and recruitment costs and greater competitive advantage.<br /><br />The Manage and Develop Talent track focuses on maximizing human capital potential and motivation by aligning work with talents, ambitions and passions. </p><p>A panel of expert advisers explores next practices and initiatives in talent management, development and optimization in market-leading companies and examines how these actions affect competitive success. </p><p>Current track advisors include Greg Zanowski, Plateau director of performance and strategy services, as well as Leighanne Levensaler, Bersin &amp; Associates principal analyst, and Holly Nordquist, Right Management senior vice president of consulting services.<br /><br />Webcasts, white papers, education and other resources provide human capital professionals with information they need to effectively manage and develop their organizations&#39; talent.</p>

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