Talent Management vs Succession Planning

Business - Carrie Foster

In this course, we examine how to make an incentive from an elusive resource that is estimated as the head tally cost on the authoritative monetary record. We begin with a short review of how Talent Management is more than a procedure of distinguishing high possibilities for authority advancement programs.

This prompts a discussion about how a huge extent of the worker populace has an unrecognized ability that is underutilized. At that point, we investigate how to establish systems to enable representatives to investigate, find, and discharge their potential for the advantage of the association. This course challenges the thin concentration of conventional ability administration forms and gives down to earth steps line supervisors and Human Resource Managers can take to expand the usage of human potential inside their association.

 

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the importance developing an organizational perspective of people as an asset, which provides a unique competitive advantage for the organization in pursuing its strategic priorities.
  • Explore the Expanded Boundaryless Talent Management (BTM) Model as a conceptual framework for managing the flow of talent through an organization.
  • Discover how talent management processes can work with the flow of talent that enters, progresses through, and then exits the organization.

Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

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Instructor

Carrie Foster

OD Specialist

Carrie Foster specialises in the facilitation of coaching, people management, and Organisation Development…

Training 5 or more people?

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