The Financial Psychology of Talent Management
DescriptionThis short course will help you to focus on the business feasibility of selecting, retaining and grooming the right talent. This seminar will focus upon the business feasibility of selecting, retaining and grooming the right talent that will help the organization to grow organically from within. Talent management involves not only rewarding successful and commited employees, but involves the wider spectrum of developing a talent pool through which corporate objectives will be attained. Participants will look at both financial and non-financial factors of talent management, the business implications of a talent pool, employee expectations and rewards and managing non-achievers to develop internally or move out from the organization. THIS COURSE IS PART OF ‘THE FINANCIAL PSYCHOLOGY OF…’ SERIES OF SHORT COURSES AVAILABLE AT AGILIS STUDIO ACADEMY.
- The financial and non-financial costs and benefits of talent management
- The business implications of managing employees’ talent
- How to manage employees’ expectations
- When to reward intrinsically, extrinsically or both
- How to manage effectively non-achievers
- The importance of linking talent management with other HR plans
Learning OutcomesParticipants on this course will benefit from further understanding and critical analysis of some key considerations in relation to managing talent in their organisation:
- financial and non-financial factors of talent management
- the business implications of a talent pool
- employee expectations and rewards
- managing non-achievers
Participants and RequirementsStaff with responsibility for HR management or team leading, those who may contribute to HR department strategy within organisation work practices.
Course Duration3 hours