Twanya Hood HillVice President, Leadership Development and Talent Management
Ameriprise Financial, Inc.
Twanya Hood Hill is the Vice President of Leadership Development and Talent Management and an Officer at Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. Ameriprise Financial manages over $800 billion in assets and offers brokerage, investment and financial advisory services to millions of clients. Founded and headquartered in Minneapolis, Ameriprise is an international organization. Twanya began her professional career as a chemical engineer in Research and Product Development at Procter and Gamble. After completing her MBA, she worked as a general management consultant in the Organizational Effectiveness practice of A.T. Kearney, Inc. She has led Training and Organizational Development functions at Target Corporation, Gap Inc., Genentech, Inc. and Hennepin Health Systems. In addition to her current role, Twanya has served as an adjunct faculty member in the Master of Arts and Organizational Leadership program at St. Catherine University. Twanya holds an MBA in Human Resource Management and Behavioral Science from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Howard University. She most recently served as a Trustee of Breck School and has served on the Boards of the MacPhail Center for Music, Hennepin Health Foundation, PPL Health Careers Advisory Board, Brightwater Montessori, and Jack & Jill of America Foundation. Twanya is a wife and proud parent of two students in college and one in high school.
Without effective leadership development at all levels, organizations are at risk. In this new, always on, globally connected, fast paced world how can you keep up with the demand to train and develop your talent? What is the right leadership strategy and the right leadership development strategy needed to remain competitive in the 21st Century? During this group discussion, attendees will highlight novel leadership development methods and approaches to nimbly shift direction, and manage the constant change that directly impacts strategic business challenges. Attendees will engage in discussion on how to shake up legacy development programs to advance our next generation of leaders.
· Hear how organizations are aligning leadership development initiatives with business goals and receive examples of direct and measurable impact on the business
· With the availability of tons of online content, we’re able to provide the leaders in a development program with a highly tailored path
· Discuss some of the newer initiatives to develop and reinforce agility in leaders
· Hear how organizations can best develop the millennial generation of leaders
· Highlight the recent trends towards internally developed and hybrid leadership approaches
· Discuss the heightened request for executive coaching and hear how companies are developing their programs to meet the needs of senior leadership
· What role is technology playing in leadership development?