So maybe you’re new to the field of Talent Management, have an interest in people, or fell into HR by accident. This “Things Talent Practitioners Think About” quarterly round table facilitated by our own TalentTelligent CLO, LM Hanson (a 30-year practitioner), will delve into key information to put you deeper into the science and foundational research that drives our industry.
- Geeked out around the seminal research in competency work
- Advocated for best practice in 360 programs and latest taboos
And now we’re on to development. How do you help the people in your organization learn and grow? We’ll discuss:
- Foundational Research and facts you should know around development – what is development – really?
- WHAT to work on – do you, just coach people to work on the things they’re bad at?
- HOW to work it… Development strategies to get where you’re wanting to go. It’s not a one size fits all.
- How much development? Can you really have too much? Yup.
- And key research findings that tells us where real development comes from – if you’ve ever heard the term 70-20-10 but didn’t know where it came from — come and learn more.
- Create a forum to discuss foundational research and seminal studies that drive our field — as well as ‘hot topics’ in our professional space
- Discuss research-based best practices in a variety of applications: Competency Models/KSAs, 360 Feedback and Coaching, Selection and Interviewing and High Potential Management
|Each Round table will:
- Define and explore a specific talent discussion area, determine the pressure we as practitioners are feeling, and collaborate on what is being asked of us in the area of practice
- Introduce one to two seminal research-based articles (important to know) that has greatly impacted our topic area as well as key people/thought leaders to know or follow within the literature
- Discuss best practices and application ideas
- Create a Q and A Round table to discuss and challenge our approaches and mindsets around talent
- Elevated expertise as a knowledgeable talent practitioner
- Foundational research-based know-how and application
- A common language of talent
Who should attend?
- Early career talent practitioners, those new to the field of Talent Management, and students
- Veterans in our field who want to revisit, discuss and enjoy a discussion around seminal studies and best practices
- Those interested in how talent impacts the bottom line of an organization
- Anyone interested in research-based approaches to talent
Complimentary Registration Includes your facilitated discussion with experienced practitioners well-versed in the science behind talent, key research articles cited or resourced for you to access (or when possible will be provided), as well as a robust discussion around talent for those who want to create a strong baseline of knowledge in our field.
Facilitators: Lisa-Marie Hanson, Chief Learning Officer