Talent Insider Monthly

October 2018

Dear Hi Friend,,

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It has been unseasonably cool in most of our markets, I hope this finds you enjoying the fresh air and change in seasons.

With the growth and change many of our client companies are experiencing, there has come unique demands on talent.  Specifically, most companies are either dealing with the scarcity of talent, and/or they are making the difficult choice to transition people due to cost, changes in strategy or merger activity.  My guess is you are dealing with one or both of these challenges.  To that end, we are providing two targeted articles for your consumption:

  • Are You Putting Your Organization at Risk? – in this article we offer a pragmatic blueprint to ensure your organizations strategy and growth is never constrained by a lack of talent.
  • Reduction in Force 101 – we offer the definitive guide to conducting layoffs and effective outplacement.

We are also excited to highlight a new member of the CMP team, provide dates for our Future of Work events, open positions, our Mentor Rings program, and key sponsorships.

As a friend of the firm, please do not hesitate to contact us if there is anything we can do for you.

Much regards,

Joe Frodsham | President
Atlanta . Chicago . Dallas
O: 1.800.680.7768 | C: 214.616.4341
 

New CMP Member

We’re pleased to introduce our newest team member, Adon Navarette! 

Adon joins CMP as Vice President of Client Solutions in Chicago bringing more than 20 years of experience in business development,  consulting, and marketing.   He is a creative thinker with a strong curiosity who collaborates and advises business leaders to help them innovate and grow.

Adon has a great understanding of business and talent issues that challenge organizations and the solutions that can help. He is a tremendous asset to our team, and we are excited to have him on board.

Are you Putting the Future of Your Organization at Risk?  A blueprint for Succession Management

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If your CEO has a sudden illness, do you know who will take the chief executive's place? What if your top executives are recruited away to another company? Do you have the next generation of leaders ready to fill those roles? Read More

 

Reduction In Force 101

Conducting a Reduction-in-Force (RIF) is one of the most difficult actions for business leaders and HR. It is never taken lightly and can cause a huge negative ripple-effect if not managed well. We have seen RIFs impact performance and culture for years after the event, with stories of the RIF shared with multiple generations of employees. Read More

Future of Work 

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Lunch & Learn

At the Future of Work we share the trend setting results from OI Global 3rd annual Global Survey along with a unique look at the use of AI across a number of very “human” functions such as profiling, recruiting, and developing talent. 

Join us October 18th on Facebook Live  

Chicago, IL - October 18th, 2018

Atlanta, GA - November 8th, 2018

Limited Seating

If interested, please contact faitha@careermp.com 

business-woman-sitting-at-interview-in-office-PNLXYFGOpen Positions 

We are recruiting for the following: 

  • Multi Unit Director, Operations
  • Director, Human Resources 

Click here for more info.

 

CMP in the Community 

MHA _ The Business Case for Mental Health

Mental Health America of Greater Dallas recognizes the psychological impact that workplaces can have on their employees. Millions of employees spend a larger part of their day, and lifetime, at work, increasing the effect that workplace environments can have on psychological well being.

From human resources to the bottom line, behavioral health affects all aspects of American business. Whether a company has a staff of five or five thousand, there are ways to reduce costs to business and keep a healthy, productive workforce. 

Join CMP Support Mental Health America of Greater Dallas.

For more info click here:

The Business Case for Mental Health

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MentorRings™ is CMP's Women’s Leadership Program providing a dynamic 4 Month Action Learning Experience coupled with a unique blend of Executive Coaching and Mentoring. Through a series of 7 learning experiences including both one-on-one and group forums, MentorRings™ provides women with the opportunity for significant growth and development that translates to bottom-line results.
 
If interested, contact Kathy Kilroy at kkilroy@careermp.com 
2018 Special Pops Tennis Tournament 

CMP Southeast President, Patrick Lynch, Supported The Largest Adaptive Needs Tennis Tournament In The USA

Patrick Lynch, the CMP Southeast President, played a key role in the annual Special Pops Tennis Fall Classic Tennis Tournament in Atlanta. The tournament is the largest of its kind serving the adaptive needs community.

The weekend event had over 140 athletes that came from Atlanta. Boston, Greenville, Birmingham, Montgomery, and Charlotte.

Patrick has served on the executive board of Special Pops Tennis for over seven years and is exceptionally proud of the role his non-profit plays in bringing the great sport of tennis to the adaptive needs community.

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 Dallas Human Resources Executives

 
 Helping HR executives in transition
 
Dallas Human Resources Executives (DHRE) is a networking group for senior HR leaders in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 
 
 
 
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 Executives Opportunities Forum

 
Executive Opportunities Forum (EOF) is a Chicago-based peer advisory group for C-suite and SVP level executives in transition. 
 
 
  

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