Human Capital Strategy and Hiring and Keeping Great Employees in a Competitive Market

February 28, 2019
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center
6001 Dodge Street
Omaha, NE 68182

The U.S. Strategic Command Talent Enterprise U.S. Strategic Command's vision is, "One innovative USSTRATCOM warfighting team deterring conflict and delivering decisive capabilities from, in, and through all domains wherever and whenever needed".  In order to achieve this vision, USSTRATCOM is addressing cultural issues in the areas of change management, modernization, succession planning, relocation to a new command and control facility, and government budget and personnel reductions.  All of these are potential opportunities for improvement if addressed proactively.

In Todd's presentation he will tie together: History, organization, and mission of U.S. Strategic Command, leadership, team building, communications, finding and developing talent, metrics and measurement, regulatory compliance, knowledge management, leveraging tools and technologies, adding organizational value, relationship building, and being a learning organization.

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Mr. Todd Saylor is the Chief, Organizational Development & Innovation.  Focusing on “Team STRATCOM,” he has primary responsibility for transforming USSTRATCOM into a more agile, collaborative and cognitive strategic enterprise. 

He oversees the Command Learning Center employing cutting edge tools and processes to ensure USSTRATCOM is a learning organization.  Mr. Saylor is building consensus and facilitating the command’s culture and talent vision.

Mr. Saylor previously served as the Joint Staff Force Development Liaison Officer to U.S. Strategic Command providing organizational development solutions from leader development to organizational participation in enterprise-wide development events.  He created value networks that improved operational effectiveness and organizational performance through both internal and external relationships.

As a Senior Military Trainer at U.S. Joint Forces Command, Mr. Saylor developed and implemented boundary spanning, coalition-based distributed education and training processes and worldwide capabilities to build strong international relationships and enhance security cooperation and regional stability.  He also led new initiatives developing leading edge training and education technologies and lead the initial cadre of the Joint National Training Capability. 

Mr. Saylor is a retired U.S. Air Force Reserve Lieutenant Colonel and has held positions as Squadron Commander, Transportation Operations Officer, and Aircraft Maintenance Officer.  He also held positions as Director of University Development and as Human Resources & Information Technology Manager at the University of Buffalo. 

Mr. Saylor earned a Master of Arts in Leadership and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  He and his wife Cindy live in La Vista, NE.

 

 

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