Human Resources Management

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Identifying, Developing & Promoting Your Top People

Introduction

Talent management is a term that emerged in the 1990s to incorporate an increasing focus in Human Resources Management on planned and strategic management of employees, often with a focus on senior leaders. The term has been attributed to David Watkins of Softscape who published in an article in 1998; however the connection between human resource development and organizational effectiveness has been established since the 1970s

 

 

 

How you will benefit

  • Identify the building blocks of talent management.
  • Set up a talent management system.
  • Define the linkages between organization excellence and effective people management
  • Identify, keep, develop and promote the best people.
  • Coach, train and develop super-keepers.
  • Integrate compensation with talent management so that they can retain their top people.
  • Realize the role of IT in supporting a talent management system

Who should attend

 President, Vice President, CEO, COO, CFO, Top Management and HR Professionals

What you will cover

Module 1: A World of Poachers

  • The Battle for Talent
  • The War for Talent
  • The Triumph of the HR Department

Module 2: Proactive Talent Management

  • The Six HR Conditions for Organizational Success
  • What is Proactive Talent Management (PTM)?
  • How Proactive Talent Management Fuels Organizational Excellence
  • Creating a PTM System - Four Steps

Module 3: The Foundations of a Proactive Talent Management System

  • Competencies
  • Performance Management
  • Performance Appraisal and Potential Forecast

Module 4: The Forces Influencing Talent Management

  • High Performance Management Practices
  • Workforce Value Proposition
  • Demographics
  • The Changing Role of the HR Professional
  • Institutional Changes for Dealing with Talent Management Issues
  • The Top Twenty Companies for Building Leaders: How Do They Do It?

Module 5: Talent Planning

  • Identifying High Potentials
  • Key Positions and Key People
  • Common Factors among High Potentials
  • The Performance Potential Grid
  • Qualities of Processes Needed to Spot, Develop and Retain Excellence
  • Integrating Coaching, Training and Development with Talent Management
  • Optimizing Investment in People

Module 6: Using Compensation to Implement a Talent Management Plan

  • Integrating Compensation with Talent Management
  • Compensating Superkeepers
  • Linking Competencies to Performance and Pay
  • Using Long-Term Incentives to Retain Top Talent

Module 7: Summary and Wrap Up

  • Laying the Ground for a Talent Management System - The Design Phase
  • Handing Over the Reins - The Implementation Phase
  • The Critical Success Factors