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    Developing a Talent Development Program that Addresses your Talent Development Needs

    Date: May 1, 2019, 7:30am – 9:15am
    Freedom Center @ GMU Pr Wm Campus

    9100 Freedom Center Blvd
    Manassas, VA 20110

    $15 Member/$30 Non Member (+10 Late Registration After 5:00p, 4/26); $5 Student; $10 InTransition
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    Submitted for approval of 1 HRCI Recertification Credit and 1 SHRM Professional Development Credit

    Presenter(s):  Marlo Thomas Watson, President The Marlo Company Inc.

    You want to develop your talent to ensure that you are fulfilling the mission of your organization as well as meeting its goals.  This presentation is designed to assist practitioners responsible for the development of their organization’s talent in providing a talent development program that is designed to address the needs of their talent. We will discuss strategy, implementation, evaluation, and best practice. Participants of this interactive presentation will leave with tangible takeaways which can be immediately applied to their training/talent development program regardless of the size of the organization.


    Speaker Bio:  Marlo Thomas Watson is the President/Chief Engagement Officer of The Marlo Company, Inc., a human resource consulting firm specializing in talent and community development. She received her MS in Public Administration from Central Michigan University and a Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. Marlo has more than 20 years of people & community development experience.  She is very passionate about community engagement as is reflected in her service. Her volunteer service includes: President Elect International True Colors Association, VP of Membership for Metro D.C. Association of Training and Development (DCATD), C-100 Board of Directors, Community Policy and Management (At-Risk Youth) Services Board Appointee. Marlo is a graduate of Leadership Prince William c/o ’15 and was awarded (one of five) Prince William County’s most influential women for 2016.

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