Role Modelling a Talent Management Culture

Objectives

In today’s increasingly competitive environment, you need the best talent to help your organisation win. Having a comprehensive talent strategy allows you to attract, develop, and retain the best talent. All leading organisations recognise the importance of having the best talent and leveraging that talent pool to achieve common organisational goals.

The desired outcomes of this course include ensuring that you:
i. Appreciate the importance of taking talent management seriously.

ii. Understand the numerous components involved in executing talent management seamlessly and holistically.

iii. Undertake action plans to ensure that your organisation moves towards a talent development culture.

Who Should Attend

Managers who play a crucial role in ensuring that the development needs of their talent are properly fulfilled.

 

Course Description

This course stresses the importance of playing an active role in talent development. It teaches you to apply appropriate development options to develop your talent pool and develop action plans to enhance the commitment to your role of becoming a talent development-oriented leader. It includes simulations, role playing activities and interactive workshops to give you hands-on experience, helping you become an effective change driver in your organisation.

Duration

2 Days

 

Course Outline

MODULE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Why Talent Management? Appreciating the importance of talent development using illustrations of leading global organisations
Challenges in Talent Management • Introducing major hindrances to effective talent development

• Learning basic steps to overcome obstacles to holistic talent development

4 Central Elements in

Talent Management

Understanding the essential elements in ensuring a complete and effective talent management ecosystem
What is Talent? Learning the essential criteria that enable managers to:

i. Identify suitable candidates for critical positions

ii. Give employees targeted learning and development experiences

iii. Adopt more an effective rewards system

Spotting Potential Ensuring that you are able to be sharp in spotting potential (possibly hidden) in your employees
Role Models Learning to model after great leaders who dedicate their lives to talent management and development
Your Role Identifying development opportunities or projects for your talent to grow, ensuring your talent attends learning programmes (functional, leadership and management) and talent development activities
Creating a Talent Factory Using the experiences of P&G and HSBC to understand some necessary pre-requisites in building a talent factory
4 Steps to Driving Talent Management Success Ensuring that talent management encompasses:

i. Talent programmes

ii. Systems and structures

iii. Leadership commitment

iv. Culture