Developing Talents at all Levels

Learn how to identify, develop and give due recognition to capable employees who have the potential to learn, grow and achieve much more.

Course Code/ID: CRS-N-0045400

In a contemporary workplace, every level of the workforce requires capable employees to take the lead and set examples as competent and committed employees. Such employees must be properly identified, developed and recognised to help them learn and grow.

These employees have the potential to make a difference in the workplace by making use of their explicit and tacit competencies to demonstrate to other levels of employees the relevance of handling various operational issues.

This approach will also help identify and develop employees for higher responsibilities when opportunities arise, thereby helping the organisation to grow.

After the workshop, you will be able to:

  • understand and apply the modern concepts of managing talents in the workplace at every operational level
  • identify and develop employees with talented capabilities
  • bring out the best in employees to achieve business sustainable competitiveness

Outline

  • Develop a talent management strategy and approach at various levels
    – What is talent management
    – Fundamental talent management strategies
    – Talent management concepts, tools and processes
    – Accountability of line managers and supervisors in talent identification and development
  • Determine organisational talent capability at various levels
    – Organisational context, policies and procedures
    – Understand and use proven talent management assessment tools and methods
    – Determine requirements of current and future roles of talented employees at various levels
    – Categorise talent availability at various levels by competencies and time frame
  • Integrate practical talent management programmes
    – Best practices in talent identification and development process and approaches
    – Communicate to stakeholders to gain buy-in and support
    – The link and relationship between talent management and other people and business functions
    – Tips on how to work with talent management tools and practices at various levels

Who should attend?

Supervisors, executives and managers who will need to identify and develop special abilities among selected employees to ensure sustainable performance outcomes for the organisation.

Methodology

Participants are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of concept explanations, learning activities, facilitated group discussions, presentations, and experience-sharing.

Trainer

Mr Victor Kow has more than 38 years of experience in senior management functions, human resource management, training & development, management & leadership development, employee relations information technology management and management consultancy in both the public and private sectors in the Asia Pacific region. He has conducted numerous management training courses and carried various management consultancy work in the Asia-Pacific region in both English and Chinese.

Some of his recent clients include trainees from Ministry of Manpower, Ministry of Defence, Changi General Hospital, National Healthcare Group, National Healthcare Group Polyclinics, National University of Singapore, Lee Kwan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore Turf Club, Civil Service College and Ong Teng Cheong Institute of Labour Leadership.

Victor is currently designing and conducting training workshops in major areas of management & leadership, human resource management, problem solving and decision making skills and personality profiling and advice. He is also lecturing on subjects in Human Capital Management, Strategic HR Information Management and Strategic Training Needs Identification and Organisational Behaviours.

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