Boundaryless Talent Management

Examine an approach to talent management that accepts that a large proportion of the employee population has unrecognised talent that is under-utilised
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Collaborative forum description

The identification, recruitment and retention of talented individuals, who possess the essential knowledge and skills required by an organisation to deliver its strategic imperatives, can prove to be a relentless challenge. Building adaptability and flexibility into the talent development agenda is becoming a prerequisite for organisations aiming to maximise the potential of the talent pool.

Talent Management is more than a process of identifying high potential employees for leadership development programmes. Instead it should be an approach to management that accepts that a large proportion of the employee population has unrecognised talent that is under-utilised and puts into place mechanisms to help employees explore, discover and release their potential for the benefit of the organisation. Today’s workshop seeks to identify overlooked and unrecognised domains of talent management and introduce the Boundary-less Talent Management Model.

Collaborative forum outcomes

Content and learning styles

The session will provide an environment which challenges the narrow focus of traditional thinking about human resources and approaches to talent and it’s management in the business world.  The session will start with an examination of the proposition that people should be captured as an “appreciating asset” not a liability on the P&L ledger.  Members will be invited to explore the implications and consequences of talent as added value.

The session will use dialogue to probe member thinking about the practical steps that they can take to release the fullness of human potential within their organisation and what the impact of such an approach would have at a individual, team and organisational level. 


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