|Event Date/Time: Nov 28, 2012|
The role of those responsible for Talent Development is to provide a proper assessment of talent and a clear indication of its potential value in hard currency. Demonstrating that value is being added is now a necessary part of the talent managerâ€™s portfolio so the need to apply meaningful measures becomes paramount.
A highly participative and interactive workshop in a very supportive environment in which you will be encouraged to voice your views and raise the concerns and questions that are important to you. The theory, tools and techniques taught will be applied immediately to your own, real-life issues and problems using practical exercises.
Masterclass Leader: Paul Kearns, Author of â€œThe Value Motiveâ€, â€œHR Strategy. Creating Business Strategy with Human Capitalâ€ and â€œEvaluating the ROI from Learningâ€
Participants will take away answers to their most difficult questions around:
â€¢ How can I make sure our talent strategy is innovative, provides a competitive advantage and spurs growth?
â€¢ Where does successful Succession Planning fit into an organisation development strategy?
â€¢ What is the best way to identify talent pools?
â€¢ How can I truly assess HIPOâ€™s (high potentials) and ensure we translate their potential into actual?
â€¢ Does talent coaching represent a good return on investment (ROI)?
â€¢ How can I make best use of learning technology and blended learning in talent management?
â€¢ Is Action Centred Learning the best way to develop talent?
â€¢ What does agility mean for my organisation and how can I help us to remain agile?
At the end of this Masterclass participants should be able to:
â€¢ Define â€˜talentâ€™ in practical terms
â€¢ Apply measurement principles to all talent development programmes
â€¢ Formulate a talent strategy that dovetails with the organisationâ€™s business and HR strategies
â€¢ Identify all of the key determinants of value and link them directly to individual development
â€¢ Produce a deep, fertile and innovative talent pool
â€¢ Install an Action Centred Learning System
â€¢ Objectively appraise different learning technologies for developmental purposes