Join us to discuss Progressive Talent in the Workplace
As talent and strategy become more closely aligned, organisations are evaluating more effective methods of achieving control of their specific talent challenges. Emerging as a high priority on the strategic HR to-do list is enhancing training and development. This should ensure that talent is successfully managed to give the organisation competitive advantage, commercial gain and ensure key talent is not lost to competitors through a lack of investment or career development.
This develop and train Think Tank will look to review and debate key strategic objectives and challenges organisations face when attracting candidates and developing internal talent. It will explore the process of engaging with new talent and developing employees who will be needed to support growth of the organisation and assess shortfalls or skills gaps that currently exist or can be seen in future resource planning.
Alongside subject matter experts Claire Proudlove and Fran Butler, this session will also address and debate the value of introducing Training interventions and programs aligned to current & future hiring requirements mapped against career paths and frameworks.
Questions the session will discuss...
- How to blend talent management with strategic workforce planning?
- How to implement and measure a talent mapping strategy?
- What effect will a combined strategic succession planning strategy coupled with a progressive workforce management approach have on employee attraction and retention?
Our aim is to provoke discussion around the value of mapping talent and blending recruitment & training solutions as an integral part of a broader talent management strategy which will allow organisations to assess their existing skills base and identify those required for futue organisational and team development.
Be sure to join us to discuss, debate and explore this fascinating area of Talent Management at our Optamor Qi Executive Learning Group, register your interest today.
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