Effective talent management can help organizations outperform the competition—even when resources are tight. But many executives are lacking the skills and tools to attract, develop, and reward strong performers. This comprehensive program empowers general managers and senior human resources (HR) executives to align talent with business strategy and implement critical practices proven to drive organizational performance and long-term success.
As you examine the human capital challenges facing companies around the globe with an exceptional group of peers, you will uncover the essential ingredients of effective talent management in today's business environment. Exploring a range of best practices, you will enhance your ability to build systems and cultures that nurture talent and, in turn, improve business performance.
Through case studies, classroom discussions, and assessment tools, you will examine employee communication, leadership development, succession planning, employee engagement, and star management. Exploring innovative approaches to talent development, you will gain the knowledge—and inspiration—to help your company build competitive advantage through strategic talent management.
This program is designed for general managers, human resource (HR) executives, and other senior executives of large established companies who are responsible for the firm's human capital and talent development strategies. When a company sends a team of general managers and their HR counterparts, they will return with shared insights and frameworks for aligning the organization's talent with its strategic needs.
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