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Talent development at Hilton Worldwide

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Town by the lake
Industry
Hospitality
Solution
Talent Management

About

Impact partnered with Hilton Worldwide to create two dynamic programs that leverage creative behavioral simulations and practical skills to build an ‘executive presence’ for high potentials and high performers. 

Hilton Worldwide wanted these programs to develop their executives’ ability to lead effectively in the hospitality industry’s ever-changing business environment.

These strategically anchored programs needed to develop:

  • Mindsets and behaviors around executive presence
  • Confidence to influence in high-change environments
  • Authentic leadership skills.  

Impact created two Executive Presence programs that engaged participants though a series of behavioral simulations that increased their capabilities utilising real-life, high pressure situations. Participants were required to collaborate and address real business challenges, while practicing the creation and delivery of critical leadership messages. 

The results were outstanding, with all key metrics scoring greater than 4.5 out of 5. This program was also awarded the 2015 CLO Learning in Practice Award for Excellence in Gaming and Simulations. 

Testimonials
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Cathleen Merkel
HR Director
Discovery Networks International
"When they finished, I had a different bunch of people in front of me. There was a real sense of connection, a real sense of belonging; there was an incredible amount of ownership, and I get goosebumps just talking about it."
Participant
Lendlease
“My outlook both professionally and personally changed dramatically and I implemented this immediately after I returned due to the skills and confidence I gained at Springboard - Thank you”
Paul Clarke
FareShare (community partner)
Diageo
"The opportunity for FareShare to be a community partner and to tune into Diageo’s intellectual capital for the day was fantastic. We got a lot out of it and I’m looking forward to following up on some of the ideas.”