About the Course
RESOURCING, LEARNING AND TALENT MANAGEMENT
A 12 hour (2 session) intensive development programme that highlights the key elements of implementing resourcing, learning and talent management best practice.
The attraction, recruitment, development and progression of people talent has become a key competitive challenge for most organisations. This programme highlights what we have learned in terms of best practices and approaches to ensure we can provide the business with the talent it needs to progress and succeed.
At the completion of the programme participants will have identified the criteria on which people choose and re-choose their employers and identified improvement areas for their own organisation to become and remain an “employer of choice” in relation to resourcing, learning and talent management best practice.
Coverage of best practice in resourcing/recruitment, learning offerings and delivery, talent assessment, development and progress.
1. Creating a Talent Management Programme for Organisational/Business Success
2. Resourcing and Recruitment Internal, External Channels and Best Practice “Funnel”
3. Talent assessment and HIPO identification via 9-box
4. Formulating Training and Development Responses that support Performance and Talent Management
5. Succession Planning as Part of Strategic Workforce Planning
6. Numbers, metrics and ROI
***Key action points and takeaways for both the organisation, business and the individual.***
On completion of the programme the participants will have;
• Increased their knowledge, skills and confidence to provide a resourcing, learning and talent management service to their organisation/business.
•Identified best practice in implementing a resourcing/recruitment funnel to select bestcandidates – particularly practiced criteria based interviewing.
•Outlined and practiced implementing the “3 circle” learning offerings model – forperformance, potential and succession.
•Determined and practiced leading talent assessment tools that identify high potentialindividuals capable of progress to higher/more complex roles.
•Clearly constructed a transfer of learning action plan that implements best practiceresourcing, learning and talent management solutions for their organisation.
NB. An interactive yet stretching programme that can be enjoyed by HR, Learning and Line professionals alike.
Prof. Dr. Joel Farnworth
Professor Dr. Joel Farnworth DBA, MAML, EGTF. Dean of Business & Management Studies EIU-Paris.
Joel has extensive experience in the corporate world in both Learning and Senior HR roles – his last being Head of Global Talent and Learning for HSBC. He has worked in 44 countries and with 55 nationalities – many via participation in his learning programmes.
His current role with EIU-Paris allows him to focus of the design and delivery of a number of online, live virtual and live learning programmes and specifically with the development of those holding or looking to take on learning roles.