Talent Management: Where We Need to Go
27 June, 2013 | (01 hr)
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Talent management (TM) is still an emerging concept involving a redefinition of the role of HR, and even learning. There remains a certain lack of clarity on core skills sets needed in the Talent Management function. For organizations to be successful in the future, TM must itself be focused on both thinking strategically and analytically, and bring awareness of the need for this dual capacity into executive conversations throughout the organization. Some organizations are making advancements in meeting this challenge.
This webcast will highlight organizational needs for TM success, case studies of best practices, and specific competencies required for human capital executives.
Audience: human capital executives; talent management professionals, HR leaders, learning & development professionals
Lyle Yorks is Associate Professor in the Department of Organization and Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University where he teaches courses in adult learning, strategy development as an organization learning process, strategic human resourc... Full Bio
Carmen joined Broadridge as the Senior Director of Talent Management and Organization Effectiveness in January 2009. In this role, she was responsible for creating an integrated talent management suite of processes to support the business strategi... Full Bio
Amy Lui Abel, Ph.D.
Amy Lui Abel is director of human capital research at The Conference Board. She leads research efforts focusing on human capital analytics, leadership development, labor markets, strategic workforce planning, talent management, diversity and inclu... Full Bio