Talent Management: Building Blocks for Success

Learning path: Talent Development Pro

Duration: 2 Day(s).

Course Overview

Organizations find that their business achieves higher performance and better results when their people are engaged, motivated, and talented. Having the right people in place is a key criterion for continued growth, success, or organizational stability.
This course will walk through what you need to have in place to find and prepare the right people ready for their next job. You'll know what elements your talent management program needs to assess the talents of your people and outline plans to help them prepare for the future. Since every organization is different, you will learn the critical points and then be ready to apply them to the practices you already have in place.

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Learning Objectives

  • Define the skills you need to manage high potential employees
  • Recognize and foster talent within your organization
  • Explain the concepts of competency-based management
  • Use the language of professional talent management
  • Understand employee motivators
  • Structure and conduct talent reviews

Target Audience 
Managers and Hr Managers.
Format
Instructor-led

 


Course Calendar

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Course Outline

Title
Unit One: Setting the Foundation for Talent Management
What Is Talent Management?
Making It a Focused Effort
What Is Performance Management?
The Shared Management Model
Unit Two: Understanding Succession Planning
Replacing vs. Succeeding
Identifying Critical People
Identifying Potential Successors
Assessing Risk
Unit Three: Creating a Talent Management Program
Develop Your Vision for Talent Management
Unit Four: Creating Competency-Based Programs
What Are Competencies?
Consider Goleman’s Emotional Intelligence Model
Unit Five: Identifying and Grouping Talent
Working with Four Key Talent Groups
Case Study: Landscape Design Resources, Ltd.
Unit Six: Recruiting for Bench Strength
Hire the Right People
Meet the Three Pillars of Talent Management
Unit Seven: Fostering Employee Engagement
Ten Good Practices of Engagement
Keeping Employees Motivated
Keeping Your High Performers
Unit Eight: Conducting Talent Assessments
Use a 3-Stage Process
Compile the Overall Results
Unit Nine: Conducting Talent Review Meetings
Create a Meeting Structure
Following Up a Talent Review
Unit Ten: Communicating with High Potential Employees
Unit Eleven: Working with Compensation Plans
Create Incentives, Not Just Salaries
Competency-Based Pay and Pay-For-Performance
Unit Twelve: Tips and Techniques for Talent Development
Set Goals with SPIRIT
Use 360° Feedback
Coaching and Mentoring Skills
More Creative Ideas for Talent Development
Unit Thirteen: Applying What You Learn – A Case Study
Unit Fourteen: Evaluating the Talent Management Program

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