Duration: 1 hour
Price: Free

Experts foresee more change in the next 5 years than we’ve experienced in the previous 50. The World Economic Forum declares this “the 4th Industrial Revolution,” with artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, and nanotechnology pushing industries — and the workforce — in new directions.

The “gig economy” is already here, and the number of workers in contract, temporary, consultant, and freelance roles is exploding. To thrive in this new environment, organizations can no longer solely depend on traditional models of talent management. To remain competitive and relevant, your talent ecosystem must keep pace with these shifts.


We recommend a portfolio-based talent management approach to get ahead of what’s coming and to equip your organization for the increasingly agile and independent workforce. During this webinar, you will discover:

  • 5 ways talent is changing in the digital age.
  • How to redefine talent and think differently about your talent mix.
  • Whether you’re using your talent effectively.
  • How to take a longer-term perspective on your short-term staffing needs.
  • The benefits of adopting a portfolio approach to managing talent.

Find Your Future Fluency


About The Presenter

George Hallenbeck
Creativity and Innovation
Center for Creative Leadership

George works at CCL as Director, Commercialization, where he leads an innovation platform called All-Access Leadership, focused on enhancing, re-imaging and creating product offerings that empower and enable clients to deliver and experience CCL’s intellectual property in ways that match their needs and strategies. Prior to CCL, George joined Lominger International, which was later acquired by Korn Ferry. Over the course of almost 8 years, he had an opportunity to guide the evolution and enhancement of several of the products originally created by Mike Lombardo and Bob Eichinger including Voices, FYI, Interview Architect and Choices. He also led the creation of several new products, especially in the area of learning agility. George finished his career at Korn Ferry as the VP for Intellectual Property Development, where he was responsible for the strategic development of research-based products and solutions across all lines of Korn Ferry business including Leadership & Talent Consulting and Executive Search.

George earned a B.A. in Psychology from Colby College and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Colorado State University.

George has co-authored 7 books including FYI for Learning Agility and Learning Agility: Unlock the Lessons of Experience, and has another forthcoming book as well. He has written numerous white papers and journal articles, as well as pieces for publications such as BusinessWeek Online and CLO Magazine. He regularly participates in other thought leadership efforts including speaking engagements, webcasts and blogging.

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