Performance Management at AIG - ASTD 2/23 Meeting

American Society for Training &; Development - Southern CT chapter meeting (ASTD-SCC)
Monday, February 23, 2015, 5:45-8:00 PM
Norwalk Inn and Conference Center, Norwalk, CT

A Story of Transformation: Performance Management at AIG
Long regarded as one of the world's leading insurers, AIG entered 2010 still stinging from the impact of the financial crisis, which included a government bailout and significant downsizing. Over the next four years the business re-paid the government with interest, turned a profit, restored its reputation and re-launched its brand. The success of these initiatives was greatly dependent on the support and partnership of HR to business leaders in restructuring the organization and evolving the company's performance management practices. 

We are fortunate to welcome Kimberly Bates McCarl, Global Head of Performance Management for AIG. Kimberly will describe AIG's journey and share an assessment tool in which the results are being used to help determine priorities and next steps for 2016 and beyond. 

Join us for an enlightening evening to:

* Understand the steps in AIG's performance management transformation process to date
* Learn about the importance of building sponsorship at the "C" level
* Recognize the link between Performance Management and Talent Development
* Hear about next steps in Performance Management at AIG

Speaker:  Kimberly Bates-McCarl, Global Head of Performance Management, AIG
Kimberly Bates McCarl is Global Head of Performance Management for AIG, a company of approximately 64,000 global employees and $68.7 B in 2013 revenue. Kimberly works closely with Business, Function and HR leaders, and leads the performance management steering group comprised of senior leaders. She also serves on the faculty of AIG's Leading Leaders program. 

She was formerly of Thomson Reuters in Talent Management positions, and Kimberly was former President of our ATD SCC chapter. She holds a degree in political science from Clemson University and is a member of i4cp's Performance Management Exchange. Kimberly and her family live in Milford, CT. 

If you cannot attend the meeting in person, we will provide a link that will let you view a webcast, live from the meeting at the Norwalk Inn! Discover Video will do the webcast and archive a copy. Check back later for the link to view the presentation.

Monday, February 23, 2015
Norwalk Inn and Conference Center
99 East Avenue, Norwalk CT

Chapter Member (pre-registered) - $37.00
Chapter Member In-Transition - $25.00
Guest - $50.00
Student - $20.00

Networking: 5:45 PM
Dinner Served: 6:30 PM
Program: 6:45-8 PM

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