HCMx Radio 109: Participant-Centered Learning and Culture

Guest: Donna Salvo, Executive Director, Systemwide Talent Management, University of California, Office of the President

Donna Salvo has been with the University of California since 2010 and appointed as Executive Director, Systemwide Talent Management and Staff Development in 2012. Today, she is responsible for the initiatives related to Systemwide strategies and programs which include attracting, hiring, deploying, developing and retaining UC’s Talent. Her focus is to lead and identify best practices in a systemwide integrated talent management function that enables employees to grow, perform and succeed by strengthening the connections between the employee and their opportunities at UC. Known for her vast expertise in aligning strategies to attract key talent, improve performance, drive leadership effectiveness and employee engagement she is passionate about advancing the disciplines in talent management by creating positive experiences for the organization. As a result she has shared her insights at 2011, 2012, 2013 LinkedIn Talent Connect, 2016 Perspectives, and 2017 HCI conferences and webinars. She serves as a thought leader and talent management innovator for which she and her team were recognized in 2016 with “creating an impact in Higher Education” a global award from Skillsoft/Sum Total. The University of California was honored with a Gold Award for Best Advance in Women Leadership Development in the 2018 Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards.

Topics and questions include:

  • Professional development for women
  • Moving careers further
  • Thinking visually about your job
  • Building a career
  • Gender and ethnicity nuances
  • And more!

If you have questions about our discussion today, please contact us at – [email protected].

We also are going on our third year of hosting our Women in Leadership Summit – WIL19. The event will be held on May 1 & 2 at the Marriott Harbor Beach Club in Fort Lauderdale, FL. We hope to see you at our event!

If you have questions about our guest or topic, or want access to our research, please contact us at [email protected] or visit www.brandonhall.com

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