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Five Commonly-Asked Questions About Talent Management

Topic:
Five Commonly-Asked Questions About Talent Management
Date:
August 23, 2012 at 3:00 - 4:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Doris Sims, The Succession Consultant(Doris Sims, The Succession Consultant, LLC)
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Description
Description: This practical session will be facilitated by Doris Sims, the author of The Talent Review Meeting Facilitator's Guide, Building Tomorrow’s Talent and The 30-Minute Guide to Talent and Succession Management. Based on her experience both as a previous internal talent management practitioner and now as a talent and succession management international author and consultant, Doris will discuss five areas of talent and succession management that Human Resource Practitioners most often desire to debate and discuss:

• How Do We Explain the Business Need for Talent Management to our Business Leaders?

• Where Does Talent Management Belong in the Organizational Structure? What skills are needed to be effective in a Talent Management role?

• How Do We Differentiate Between High Performers and High Potentials?

• What are Best Practice Components of a Talent Review Process?

• Should High Potentials Be Notified? What are the advantages and disadvantages of high potential notification?

The session will include practical ideas and best practices centered on these five topics. Participants will obtain ideas to help them explain the business need and importance of the talent management function to business leaders, and to address common issues such as the notification of high potentials, the definition of a high potential employee, the skills needed for effective talent management professionals, and how to prepare the business leaders for a Talent Review meeting.

Attending this session will enable HR practitioners to be more prepared for the planning and preparation for Talent Review meetings. Additionally, participants of this session will be more prepared for questions from business leaders about talent management strategy, tools and processes.
Who Should Participate
HR Managers, Talent Management Professionals, Organizational Development Professionals.
What You Will Learn
Participants will take away practical ways to explain talent and succession management to business leaders, as well as best practice ideas for Talent Review meetings and notification of high potential employees.
Recommended Resources
Talent and succession planning books authored by Doris Sims: Book: Building Tomorrow's Talent Book: The Talent Review Meeting Facilitator's Guide Book: The 30-Minute Guide to Talent and Succession Management
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Doris Sims, SPHR, is an international Talent Review and Succession Planning author, consultant and speaker.
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