7 Strategies to Win and Retain Top Talent
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7 Strategies to Win and Retain Top Talent

October 25, 2019

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

The audience will learn 7 strategies how to win and retain top talent. The presentation is tailored to HR professionals Session Description Retaining talent is what keeps both CEOs and HR professionals
up at night. First you have to find those qualified employees, which can be difficult enough, but then you still can’t rest. Today's economic climate makes it easy for employees to switch jobs. Turnover is costly, especially when managers and senior executives leave. You lose knowledge and productivity, and you risk your reputation. How are you really going to win that talent and make them stay?

By listening and implementing Heidrun Ziche’s highly impactful strategies. Join this leadership expert as she shares 7 strategies that you can use today to successfully attract and retain top

Listen to Heidrun as she shares exactly how to:

1. Define what top talent is
2. Create a structure that attracts top talent
3. Develop a system that will make your top talent want to
4. Implement habits that keep your employees motivated
and engaged
5. Create a positive ripple effect

An international businesswoman with years of experience in leadership of a large organization, Heidrun unlocks individual and organizational growth to ensure sustainable professional success. She shares her broad business experience and unique combination of interpersonal and professional skills to help others achieve more than they thought possible.

Heidrun is an international tax attorney, originally from Germany, with both a law degree and an advanced degree in Economics. After having worked in both Germany and Australia, she settled into a career in Mergers and Acquisitions at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Frankfurt Germany, then moved to New York City where she was a Director at PwC in International Tax serving the Financial Services Industry. During her career, she has managed projects that included up to 223 countries and tax regions with tight deadlines.

Over the past 17 years she has continued her education and experience to also become a mediator with special communication and negotiation skills; a certified Psychological and Spiritual Life Coach; and a Mindful Change Coach. She is also a competitive athlete competing in marathons and triathlons; and has made a conscious commitment to health and nutrition. All these skills, along with her education and professional experience, is a rare combination, and it has all come together perfectly.

Heidrun is an expert in leadership and leadership development, corporate culture, communication,
mindfulness, project management, team-leading, as well as client relationship matters and change
management. She shares her own values through her work as executive coach and inspires
transformational change in others, to reach higher than they ever thought possible.

Marci has over a decade of experience in San Diego’s tight-knit, corporate community, and is passionate about building legacy teams and optimizing human potential.  She graduated from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill with a degree in Computer Science, and started her career as a software engineer at Lockheed Missiles & Space Co.  Shortly thereafter, she qualified for the Olympic Trials in cycling, which initiated a decade of professional racing and world travel.  Marci is a world-class athlete who has competed on the U.S. National Cycling Team, U.S. National Triathlon Team and U.S. World Triathlon Team. 

When she retired from professional athletics, Marci reentered the corporate world focusing on software, technology and financial services.  As Director of Human Capital & Performance for an international financial services company, Marci was responsible for one-on-one coaching of 110 team members, with the goal of creating a culture of employee worth and high performance.

Marci is currently with Wells Fargo’s Private Bank, providing commercial real estate finance, lines of credit, treasury management and strategic capital to high net worth individuals and family businesses.

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