Basic Talent Management
Performance Management & Development Planning
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Just beginning? Are your talent management systems still relatively undeveloped? You already know that getting talent management started isn’t easy, but with BDI’s tools and support, you will be pleasantly surprised by how much you can quickly accomplish. If you like, we will arrange weekly 30-60 minute support meetings with you to share our expertise and lend an experienced hand to your talent management journey.
No two organizations are the same. We recommend that you identify the talent management priorities of each of your key stakeholder groups, including staff, managers, leaders, and your Board. Interviews and focus groups can work well. Be sure to summarize and feedback the results and try to create a high-level timeline for the talent management initiatives you prioritize.
Examples of Basic Talent Management
Competencies, Employee & Candidate Assessments
- Establish core company values and/or competencies, or validate what you have now and build internal commitment
- Introduce structured, behavioral interviews
Employee Learning & Development
- Offer development plan capability for those motivated to advance and/or for leadership candidates
- Begin creating an online development resource guide that managers or employees can access to find appropriate training
Performance Planning & Review
- Create some individual, department or company goals
- Introduce an online performance management process
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