The programme is aimed to help professionals design and execute talent management systems to manage the global and diverse workforce and to meet the growing demands for customised HR practices from employees. Organisations need to shift from paradigm of uniformity and standardisation to deal with various external and internal factors influencing the acquisition and retention of talent.
To understand the significance of well-integrated talent management systems that are built around a company's strategic priorities and organisational values.
To understand the power of managing talent as a scarce, constraining, and therefore a strategic asset, equal in importance to financial resources.
To understand talent both as a global concept and also a specific and distinct concept for every organisation.
To recognise the importance of talent development as a core responsibility of every manager in the organisation, not as a task managed by a specialised HR functional group.
Examines the challenges of leading and working in cross-functional teams of professionals.
• Integration of HRM with Organisation’s Strategy, Vision, and Values,
• Talent Acquisition and Development,
• Talent Retention,
• Employee Engagement,
• Leadership for Strategic HR Transformation,
• Cross-functional Teams, and Global Talent Management.
Middle and senior level executives.
Mix of pedagogies including case sessions, lectures, exercises, presentations, simulation etc.