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    Hillary Roberts
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    Human Capital leaders and officers in the federal government, state government and military know that strategic talent management is
    a critical new discipline, and a powerful new toolset for leaders at
    every level. Workforce planning, recruitment, onboarding and engagement,
    learning and development, performance management, succession planning
    and retention are all critical practices that must be embraced and integrated across the organization.

    If you are a senior manager in the Federal sector, The Human Capital Institute
    is seeking out your valuable input when it comes to the broad range of
    issues and concerns you face daily. Where do your human capital
    practices stand in respect to other federal agencies? What are your
    challenges? What are your strengths?

    Please take part in our brief survey,
    only taking about 15 minutes of your time. Through this research, we
    will attempt to identify the chief issues and concerns facing senior
    leaders like you and provide some benchmarking data on the following
    topics:

    • Hiring the right mix of talent across the generations
    • Using social platforms in recruitment
    • Retaining and engaging top performers
    • Developing current and future leaders
    • Aligning employee development with mission

    Your participation in this survey will be enormously valuable to the HCI government community and will be highlighted in the 2010 Government Talent Management Summit on September 20-22nd in Reston, VA. (There are still seats available, register now!)

    In appreciation of your participation in the survey, you’ll receive a complimentary copy of the groundbreaking research report prepared from the survey results.

    Thanks in advance for your time and insight!

    Survey Link: http://bit.ly/cLDwhW

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