With today’s talent market, quality talent is not only hard to come by and recruit, but it's hard to retain. When talent leaves, we often look to replace them, which creates a constant cycle of recruiting and hiring. The reality is, hiring alone won’t address your ever-changing talent needs — but reskilling can help. That’s why we hosted Krystal Alegbeleye, VP, Director of Global Learning and Development at Golin, for Episode 9 of Season 2 of HR at the Table where we discussed not only how to recruit talent today, but how reskilling plays a role in talent management and retention. In this webinar, we also explored:
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Krystal Alegbeleye has a deep background in Human Resources, Training and Development and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) advocacy in creative industries. Her passion for this work stems from her spirit of intellectual curiosity, in which she views every experience as an opportunity for continuous learning and enrichment. Krystal uses a considered yet engaging approach to help individuals and teams realize and maximize potential of their knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Krystal is currently the VP, Director, Global Learning and Development at Golin. In her role, she oversees all employee talent development programs as well as designs, develops and delivers various trainings to support the needs and goals of client teams, offices, and leaders across the Golin Group network.
Previous to her position at Golin, Krystal was People Manager at Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH), a global creative advertising agency, where she helped spearhead and lead the agency’s leadership training, employee engagement and talent development programs as well as DEI efforts. Krystal also held prior HR roles at media and ad agencies including NBCUniversal and Doremus & Co..
Krystal holds a Master of Science in Human Resources Training & Development from Amberton University, a Professional Certificate in Leadership & Organizational Development from New York University and earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Maryland.