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How to Accelerate Talent Development? Mobilize Managers to Make Every Day A Development Day

Topic:
How to Accelerate Talent Development? Mobilize Managers to Make Every Day A Development Day
Date:
December 13, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Wendy Axelrod, Managing Partner(Talent Savvy Manager, LLC)
Jeannie Coyle, Managing Partner(Talent Savvy Manager,LLC)
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Description
Did you know there is a practical way to accelerate talent development that is rarely used, and well within your company’s reach without new processes, tools or heavy dollar investments? Imagine having managers who powerfully integrate talent development, at the source. They make every day a development day, constantly reshaping the work to make room for growth in both development and business results. These Exceptional Development Managers (EDMs) visibly move the dial on talent development results. Yet research reveals that in many cases only 10% of managers actually do this.

Learn from the experiences and stories of exceptional development managers (from companies such as Merck, Microsoft, Siemens, Corning, IBM, and Intel) who have the know-how to: astutely provide tailored stretch assignments, elegantly increase employees’ self-awareness, use development partners wisely, and shape the environment to drive development. They tuck five targeted practices into their daily management routines without adding more work to their load. Using these five practices they expertly make the workplace developmental for their employees, giving them what they really want…hands on help to grow their skills and ability to take on new roles. As a result, these managers enjoy the benefits of increased engagement and retention. And, because their developmental actions are tied to department goals, their actions lead to even greater performance results.

You can play an essential role in transforming managers into EDMs to accelerate talent development. This role includes: showcasing the results of your current EDMs and tapping into practical ways to equip more managers to become EDMs. Join us for this thought and action provoking discussion, A template will be provided to support your next actions toward increasing the number of EDMs and their impact on talent development.

Who Should Participate
HR professionals, in particular Talent Management and Leadership and Development
What You Will Learn
  1. The five research-based breakthrough practices of Exceptional Development Managers to help your managers substantially increase their impact on talent development
  2. Positioning managers as the essential source of impact and influence in developing talent
  3. The immediate steps you can take in your organization to increase the ability of managers to develop employees in significant ways
Recommended Resources
Book: Make Talent Your Business: How Exceptional Managers Develop People While Getting Results Article: Grow Your Talent: Make Daily Work Developmental http://www.talentsavvymanager.com/uploads/Articles/LE_axelrodcoyle0811.pdf target="_blank">Click here
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