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»Consulting magazine Best Practices Webinar on Retention Strategies
Consulting Magazine Best Practices Webinar

Consultants in the Crosshairs: Protecting Your Team From Headhunters
While Building Their Engagement

Wednesday, April 4, 2012 at 1:00 pm (ET)
Register Now – for FREE!
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Talent was easier to retain during the recession and all signs indicate that your best consultants are now at risk. In fact, unemployment for all college grads above age 25 is just 4.3 percent and this includes all majors, so what must it be for sharp business thinkers and technicians?

And as most of us have learned, the best way your competitors can find new people is to poach your best talent.
With that in mind, plan now to join us online April 4—at no cost—and uncover answers to such critical questions as:
  • Who has more power over retention—managers or executives?
  • Are you converting turnover—and disengagement—into dollars?
  • What is the very best tactic for managers to better retain and engage their teams?
PLUS—get answers to your own questions during the live question and answer session immediately following the presentation.
Hosted by Consulting Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Joe Kornik, this Webinar promises a 360-degree view of retention strategies and tactics. Consulting magazine data shows an alarmingly high share of consultants plan to leave their firm, especially now that the economy is improving. But what can you do about it?
Join Dick Finnegan, CEO of C-Suite Analytics, for a solution-based discussion of how to retain and engage your top performers. He will present data from Google, Fortune Magazine’s Top Places to Work, and other sources to reach conclusions that might surprise you about the very best tactics to take.
Finnegan will also add solutions he’s used to improve retention at the CIA and across China. Bloomberg BusinessWeek has noted Finnegan offers “fresh thinking for solving the turnover problem in any economy” and Dick will share specific tactics for improving engagement and retention in the consulting industry.
Don’t miss out on this chance to position your firm for success!
This event is offered free of charge to consulting professionals. We invite you to register now and to forward this invitation to others in your organization.

About the Presenters

Dick Finnegan
CEO, C-Suite Analytics
Dick Finnegan has been cited by Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Chief Executive Magazine, and Consulting magazine as the leading thinker on employee retention.
Dick is the CEO of C-Suite Analytics, his company that helps organizations engage and retain their employees. He is also the author of Rethinking Retention in Good Times and Bad as well as The Power of Stay Interviews for Engagement and Retention.
His U.S. clients have included the Adventist Healthcare System, Sprint, Hilton, The Hartford, GE, and Johnson & Johnson, as well as the CIA. His international work has spanned 6 continents and includes working with Siberian banks and African gold mines. He also partners with the Chinese HR Excellence Center to conduct employee retention programs across China.
Dick is a featured speaker for SHRM, ICMI, and other organizations. He holds bachelors and graduate degrees from The Pennsylvania State University and lives in Orlando, Florida, where The Orlando Sentinel newspaper published an editorial recognizing him for his extensive donations of professional services to non-profit organizations.
Joseph Kornik
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Consulting magazine
As Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Consulting, Joseph Kornik oversees the editorial operations and overall mission of the publication. Mr. Kornik is also responsible for the magazine’s Web site and all live and virtual events, including the Consulting Summit—the largest annual gathering of management consultants in North America.

Featured Speaker:

Dick Finnegan

Dick Finnegan
CEO, C-Suite Analytics

Moderator:

Joseph Kornik

Joseph Kornik
Editor-in-Chief,
Consulting magazine

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