Amy develops the future leaders of GE. In her current role, she leads the curriculum strategy for GE's Career Accelerator programs for high potential employees. This includes the design and delivery of training to develop both core and functional capabilities for 800+ full time program participants. Program participants represent all GE businesses and are located throughout the world. Amy has been a leader for GE's L&D initiatives for nearly a decade. Prior to GE, Amy pioneered leadership development programs at Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo and March, Inc. She has a B.S. in Entrepreneurship and an M.B.A. from Babson College.
Upcoming Conference Sessions Featuring Amy Speranza
High-potentials (HiPos) typically are the most engaged and committed segment of a company's workforce, and their respective engagement, when leveraged strategically, can evolve into a strategic asset that improves performance across the entire organization. HiPos' needs often mirror those of the broader employee base, but the intensity around those demands is usually much stronger. When recognized and supported these HiPos become force multipliers within an organization, cascading their own engagement and commitment to the broader team. GE’s XLP program currently trains over 800 participants annually across HR, leadership, and other functional areas ensuring their high-potentials everywhere are setup for success. Join us and discover how GE develops their future-ready leaders to drive engagement through communication and feedback.
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The methods used within GE to identify and select HiPos and the specific topics and skills the program ...Read More