Senior Manager Talent and Organizational Development position at Nashville TN
This isn’t a typical OD role. We’re looking for someone with a talent mindset, not a training mindset. As our Technology Products organization continues to evolve and expand across the US and globally, fostering internal talent and building strong leadership pipelines is a top priority. Build a roadmap, influence executives in succession planning, drive enterprise-wide talent review and be the hand that guides future growth via talent management. Play a key role in transforming our company from one with an international presence to one with a truly global mindset by partnering with APAC and creating mindshare across worldwide operations. Be THE architect of Asurion’s training and development strategy for Tech Products from needs analysis to outcome. This is a truly unique opportunity to own and build talent development for a team of 2000+ professionals. If you’re hungry, innovative and have an insatiable drive for results, this is a role that will change the trajectory of your career and launch you forth into realms of limitless potential. Desired Skills & Experience:
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