As the baby boom generation starts to retire, one of the top priorities of talent development professionals will be to accelerate the development of their remaining leaders and prepare them for the challenges of senior leadership roles. Those organizations that are successful in developing their leaders faster and better than the competition will be among the winners in the global competition for talent.

One Question. Three Experts.

So, how can a company build talent faster and better than the competition? We have asked three of the world's most experienced and accomplished Talent Management Practitioners (Jim Shanley, Corey Seitz and Marc Effron) to share their views and opinions about what works and what doesn’t work.

Download this UNC Executive Development eView to learn how to develop talent faster and better than your competition. These three interviews are available in transcript and podcast format.

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"How to Build Talent Faster and Better than the Competition"

  UNC Executive Development  

At UNC Executive Development, we believe that managing employee talent is vital to the success of any organization, and we partner with our clients to help them solve real business challenges while developing their top talent. Our executive education programs combine traditional with experiential learning techniques to ensure that all individuals gain new, relevant skills. Our team follows up with clients and program participants to ensure that the learning experience is meaningful to the individual and impactful to the organization.

For over 50 years, we have delivered executive development programs as part of the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School - successfully meeting our clients’ business and academic expectations. For more information, call (919) 962-1531, email or visit

  Talent Management Institute  

Click here to learn about and register for the eView interviewees' upcoming Talent Management Institute program on November 27-30.

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