Another Class of the Elite Fellow Program in Talent Management Concludes at Wharton

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July 30, 2019, Philadelphia.

A cohort of 35 HR leaders from more than 20 countries completed their Fellow of Talent Management program at The Wharton School last week.  Widely recognized as perhaps the most elite program in Talent Management today for senior Talent professionals and CHROs, the program is co-curated by Wharton and Talent Management Institute (TMI), the renowned Talent Management standards and credentialing body. The Fellow of Talent Management program packs in multiple stages of learning, including Wharton Online as well as residential masterclasses at The Wharton School. The alumni of the past batches on the program are HR and Talent heads from global organizations like Shell, US Bank, Gartner, PepsiCo, Google, Barclays, Accenture, Prudential Financial, The Coca Cola Company, T-Mobile, Reynolds American, Inc. and more – some of them are nominees and winners of global awards in HR.

The program that just concluded in the Steinberg Center at The Wharton School featured globally renowned business, management, and HR experts including Prof. Peter Cappelli, Prof. Harbir Singh and Prof. Jonathan Doh. Especially invited external experts included distinguished teachers and researchers like Prof Dishan Kamdar, Vice Chancellor, Flame University, from India; Michael Arena, Vice President – Talent and Development at Amazon Web Services and Brad Thomas, Founder and President of The HR Impact Group.

The next cohorts of the Fellow Program in Talent Management at Wharton are lined up for August, 2019 and November 2019, attracting participants from 26 countries.

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