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Penn State Certificate in Talent, Competency and Succession Management

From the group that brought to the country world-class speakers in the persons of Jack Canfield, author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul tm series, and Tony Buzan, world’s top guru on mind power and creative thinking, Institute of Training and Development (ITD) Consulting Group Inc. brings back world-renowned consultant Dr. William J. Rothwell for the upcoming Pennsylvania State University’s Certificate in Talent, Competency and Succession Management on July 15, 16 and 17 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

Dr. William J. Rothwell is a Professor at Pennsylvania State University and President of Rothwell & Associates. He is the author of best-selling and award-winning books with over 80 internationally published titles, consultant to various multinational corporations, and the head of the #1-ranked graduate program in HRD in the US.

In this three-day Certificate program, Dr. Rothwell will focus on key success factors plus the latest practices and developments in the areas of talent management, competency modeling and succession management. He will bring you to the cutting edge of the profession and enable you to use effective talent management, competency and succession management strategies and tactics to create a competitive advantage for your organization which is sustainable through good and challenging economic times.

The seminar is presented by ITD, the country’s leading multinational provider of superior quality organizational and human resource development solutions to Asia Pacific, and the prime mover behind the finest motivational speaking engagements in the Philippines.

Special rates and group discounts are available, for inquiries about the event, email itdmanila@itdworld.com, call (632)887-7428, text (63)915-4974559, or visit www.itdworld.com

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