Talent Management Strategy

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Talent Management Strategy
Alicia Cann
Dr. Zelphia Brown, SPHR
HRM532- Talent Management

Formulate a talent management strategy to encompass the entire talent requirements of the organization. When discussing and planning your organization’s future, it’s important to consider not just the goals, objectives, and initiatives, but clearly how to accomplish them. The most important contributor is undoubtedly your employees. Aligning the organization’s business strategy with its employees is called talent management, and it encompasses aligning the right employee with the right position in the organization. Talent management is a business strategy and must be fully incorporated within all of the employee
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Strategic Employee Planning is the practice of developing your organizational goals and strategic plan. It is also knowing how to achieve your goals and implement the plan. Another responsibility of employee planning is identifying the key roles and personnel who will assist you in attaining them. Talent Acquisition and Retention is hiring new talent into your organization and recognizing and cultivating talent you already have in the organization. Promoting from within your organization is more cost-effective and encourages employee engagement and loyalty. Performance Management is when the right person is aligned with the right role and position within the organization. Its end goal is to make sure that roles align with your business strategy to achieve its goals. It develops goals for success, supports employee development, and moves the organization in a positive direction. Learning and Motivating sounds like two components but they actually go hand in hand. Learning is more than just training it is the acquirement of information and skills, which in turn gives way to knowledge and experience. To be effective learning programs need to include behavior based activities and tasks that support the organization’s culture and proposals. The motivation comes in when employees see how their growth impacts the organization, and realize just how valuable their role is. Career Development
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