Certified Talent Management Specialist
This training course follows workshop methods for the majority of the allocated time. This provides participants with the opportunity to analyze cases, explore and experience competency design tools, assessment frameworks, and formulate a talent management strategy. It also includes the use of effective tools for analyzing and designing corporate talent management systems.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Design an integrated talent management system aligned with the corporate strategy.
- Develop competency frameworks that are essential for talent assessment, acquisition, and development.
- Use modern and effective tools and techniques for assessing potential talents.
- Train, develop, and guide talents using a variety of effective development methodologies.
- Evaluate the readiness of the organization and develop an action plan to establish an integrated talent management system.
This training course targets professionals in supervisory and managerial positions, including human resources specialists and talent management professionals with at least three years of organizational experience. It also includes HR team leaders, managers, HR business partners, and direct managers.
- Defining talents in corporate context.
- The purpose behind talent management.
- Differentiation methodology.
- Comprehensive methodology.
- Current challenges in talent management systems.
- Comprehensive and integrated methodology for talent management.
Guiding Principles for Talent Management System
- Strategic alignment.
- Impacts of talent management system.
- Analyzing the internal corporate environment.
- Strategic plans.
- Strategic objectives.
- Selection criteria.
- Competency language.
- Assessment tool credibility.
- Professional development concepts.
- Internal consistency.
- Performance management system reliability.
- Compensation differentiation.
- Cultural compatibility and the importance of diversity.
First Axis of Talent Management System: Talent Management Plan
- Quantitative performance management systems versus qualitative performance management systems.
- Differences between performance and potential.
- Identifying potential.
- Value-based system methodology.
- Competency-based methodology.
- Integrated methodology.
Second Axis of Talent Management System: Talent Assessment
- Criteria for identification and verification.
- Assessing competency levels, capabilities, motivations, and personality.
- Assessment frameworks.
- Assessment and development centers.
Third Axis of Talent Management System: Talent Program
- Stages of professional development.
- Integrated methodology for training and development.
- Stakeholders: the role of talents, management, and human resources.
- Monitoring improvement levels.
- Guiding talents.
- Succession planning.
Organizational Readiness and Future Plan
- Evaluating the readiness of your organization.
- Impacts on HR operations and department.
- Talent acquisition branding and value proposition.
- Onboarding process for new employees.
- Employee retention strategies.
- Learning and development.
- Establishing a talent management strategy.