Talent Acquisition for the Parking Industry: Hire for Potential, Coach for Skill
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Talent Acquisition for the Parking Industry: Hire for Potential, Coach for Skill

In this live webinar, Andi will share, specific questions you can ask during the interview process to identify someone’s potential, as well as give tips for how to attract and develop good talent.

 Export to Your Calendar 3/14/2018
When: Jan 17, 2018
1 p.m. Eastern
Where: Webinar
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Finding and keeping good talent isn’t easy, especially when there is such fierce competition for it. Hiring for potential is arguably even more important than hiring for skills and experience. In this informative webinar, Andi Campbell, Vice President for Human Resources at LAZ Parking, explains what is important to today’s candidates and how to hire for potential and then coach and develop for skills.

Andi will share, specific questions you can ask during the interview process to identify someone’s potential, as well as give tips for how to attract and develop good talent.

Speaker:

Andi CampbellAndi Campbell, CPLP
Vice President, Human Resources
LAZ Parking

Andi Campbell is a workplace learning and development leader with an emphasis on strategic talent management. She leads LAZ Parking's people and culture initiatives for our thousands of valued employees across the United States.

Prior to joining LAZ, Andi was the VP of Learning & Development for LPL Financial. She was listed as one of the "Top 40 Young Trainers" by Training Magazine in 2012 and has received acclaim in CLO, ELearning and Parking Magazines for her work with corporate universities and people strategies.

With a Master's degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Andi was the Chair for the program advisory committee for the Association for Talent Development's Techknowledge Conference in 2015 and has been an advisory board member for the National Parking Association's Certified Parking Professional (CPP) credential. She was also listed in 2015 as one of the National Parking Associations “Top 40 Under 40."

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NPA Members: $35
Non-members: $55

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