Talent Management

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1. Determine which performance management process you will employ to measure employee talent.
As I review the chapters, and think about the process that would be best to measure employee talent, I believe that my favorite would be the 360 performance management process. So I will employ this one to measure employee talent for this assignment. It is known for providing critical on-going feedback to maximize performance in organizations. The on-going feedback helps everyone maximize their performance and in-turn maximizes the organizations performance. It allows for quick corrective action when things start to go off the rails, so managers and employees can address any issues while they are still small. While ideally managers and
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Employees who have experience in leadership and have been in the industry a while would be in the talent pool called leadership talent. The next key concept after the employee has been placed in the talent pool, is to establish a planned development program which share and teaches them the business knowledge and well as professionalism, teamwork and leadership development. Another key concept is the increase of retention of employees identified in the various pools. One of the first key concepts of talent management for this “for-profit” organization is to develop talent and identify functional areas is linked to the business strategy. After you review the business strategy to ensure linked to the functional areas, you identify the focus areas. Next you identify and define the organizational capabilities, then define key leaders. Assess and define individual functional standards. Then identify and build talent systems components, and then measure impact and effectiveness. To help achieve these steps mentioned above you must implement a structured selection process. Develop a career development program that also assesses talent. Implement formal learning and developing programs. Merge functional competencies integrated with the performance management systems; measure and assess your outcomes and then reward and recognize employees that have excelled in the programs. The key components for the employee would be Selection; Development; Succession; and
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