Effective Talent Management - vs Traditional Job Analysis...

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E ff ective Talent Management Leah Smith
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TALENT MANAGEMENT A conscious, deliberate approach to attract, develop and retain people with the aptitude and abilities to meet current and future needs of the company
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Defining Talent A person’s abilities Their intrinsic gifts Skills, knowledge, experience Intelligence Judgment, attitude, character, drive
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Competency Model vs. Traditional Job Analysis Traditional Job Analysis Long list of tasks and requirements Data generation from subject matter Leads to effective performance Competency Model Effective personality traits, skills, experience, and knowledge Data generation from outstanding performers Leads to quality applications and outstanding performers
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Competency Model
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Unformatted text preview: vs. Traditional Job Analysis Traditional Job Analysis “We are looking for a candidate with experience as a VP of operations” Competency Model “We need a person with 10 years experience, 5 years in our industry, team leader, strategic thinker, good communications and an MBA is preferred.” Employee Referrals Employee Referrals The relationship between the referring employee and the candidate allows the candidate to : • Understand the culture of the Frm • Assess his/her own likelihood of success at that Frm • Be better prepared to face interviews and other steps in selection • Also there is a matching of expectations between employer and candidate , resulting in increased level of staff retention...
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