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Vlad Vaiman '16 C-Suite Advisor Since 2016

Professor and Associate Dean | Cal Lutheran University

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Vlad Vaiman is Professor and an Associate Dean at the School of Management of California Lutheran University and a visiting professor at several premier universities around the world.

Having published more than 80 academic papers, book chapters, and editorials, Dr. Vaiman is widely regarded as one of the leading international scholars in the field of talent management. Dr. Vaiman has also published five very successful books on managing talent both in organizations and at a country level, as well as a number of academic and practitioner-oriented articles in the areas of talent management, international HRM, and business education.

He was also a founding Editor-in-Chief and is currently the Chief Editorial Consultant of the European Journal of International Management (EJIM), a highly ranked peer-reviewed academic publication. Dr. Vaiman is a highly sought-after speaker – he is often invited to speak on both professional and academic matters to a number of global corporations and highly acclaimed universities around the world.

Dr. Vaiman is a founder, organizer, and a leading co-chair of the EIASM (www.eiasm.net) Workshops on Talent Management, where just in 9 years, he has been able to build a strong global community of scholars and practitioners working in the area. His 20-year consulting practice comprises projects in talent management, expatriate selection, strategic international management, and leadership development in a variety of organizations across the industries and national boundaries.

A native of Russia, Dr. Vaiman has left his home country at the age of 21 and since then lived, studied, and worked in the USA, Canada, Switzerland, Austria, and Iceland, before coming back to the US in 2013. His first-hand international experience is helping him in his professional work as well as everyday life.

Thought Leadership By Vlad:

Keys to Keeping Talent

Part 4: In this final segment of my four-part series, I will discuss retention strategies tied to the...
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Keys to Keeping Talent

Part 3: Retention strategies tied to autonomy, fair pay, and recognition—three of the most important...
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Is Talent Management Still Relevant?

The COVID-19 pandemic brought about profound modifications to our lives, both at home and at work. While for...
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Keys To Keeping Talent

Part 2: Opportunities for career growth
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Keys To Keeping Talent

Part 1: Helpful guidelines to ensure that your employees stay excited, challenged, and on the job
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

How to Identify High-Potential Employees in Your Organization

Looking for general markers of Hi-Pos — ability, social skills, and motivation — can guide you to your...
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Millennials and the Modern Workforce

Seven tips to help foster a work environment that will attract millennials and benefit your business
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Talent Management and Workforce Trends

Examining the ebbs and flows of workplace demographics and the effect changes have on businesses
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University

Understanding the Talent Challenge

Tips for how to master the talent challenge - from attraction and development to motivation and retention
By Vlad Vaiman | Cal Lutheran University