Global VP, Leadership Development, HR
Kimberly is a strategic and systems thinker who resolves challenges and creates innovative solutions. Her career in strategic Talent Management and Talent Development includes executive roles with AECOM, North Highland Worldwide Consulting, Kimberly-Clark Corporation and The American Cancer Society. Her key strengths are people leadership, creating strategic alignment between talent development, human resources and organizational goals, and designing meaningful programs that link directly to company performance and people experience and engagement. With 21 years of increasingly complex roles, Kimberly has specialized in building departments, teams and programs that drive a progressive HR focus with an emphasis as coaching as a culture lever. She has capitalized on her strengths and experiences to drive improved enterprise performance through the creation of impactful solutions for people, teams and organizations. She believes in cross-organizational investment into people to develop culture and deepen leadership capabilities. Her personal vision is To Live a Big Life.
Developing Great Leaders: The Most Important Do's and Don'ts
The need for resilient, agile leadership has never been greater. Attendees of this session will gain insights into designing leadership programs focused on driving strategic business priorities, leading through ambiguity, and thriving in volatile times. The session will cover techniques for developing authentic, inspiring leaders while avoiding common pitfalls that waste leadership development resources. It will feature a discussion between Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award winners as well as hands-on learning through small-group exercises.Moderator: Todd Smith, Executive Director of Enterprise Learning & Development, Estee Lauder
•Kati O'Brien, SVP of Talent Management vs Talent Acquisition, Staples
•Rico Maranto, Senior Manager of Leadership Development, WM
•Kimberly Currier, Global VP, Leadership Development, HR, AECOM
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