Managing The Human Capital Challenge: A Strategic Approach To Organizational Performance
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Approximately 10,450 American workers continue to become age-eligible for retirement daily, meaning that both public and private organizations will be challenged to provide adequate supplies of highly qualified talent to fill their pipelines over the next decade. While fighting the talent acquisition fight, organizations must also execute strategies to capture critical organizational knowledge and retain the best in their workforce.
This unique workshop is designed to provide a hands-on opportunity to learn how to develop a strategic approach to organizational performance. For as little as $800.00 (early bird rate - standard registration is $950), participants will utilize information they bring to the session regarding their workforce requirements to focus on applicable solutions they may take back to their environment. This workshop is for strategy leaders in Human Capital Management focusing on the link between strategic HR and business and organization strategies.
The Managing The Human Capital Challenge: A Strategic Approach To Organizational Performance workshop brings together some of the country’s most experienced practitioners in a Scottsdale resort setting.
This workshop provides processes that work in any organization, regardless of size or industry.
About The Workshop
This workshop will provide the tools, methodologies and approaches for implementing a strategic and systematic process for linking strategic HR and organizational strategies.
This workshop is designed to provide a hands-on learning experience. The content has been approved for 14 Strategic Credits through the HR Certification Institute (HRCI).
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During this highly interactive program participants will learn to:
- Evaluate and develop Talent Management Programs in alignment with executive management’s key operational priorities.
- Analyze workforce demand and supply gaps and incorporate Human Capital Management strategies to ensure adequate pipelines to meet each business unit’s need for technical, professional, craft and customer service replacements.
- Develop “Technical Succession Plans” to provide affordable pools of talent to fill positions that are critical to meeting their strategic business and performance metrics.
- Build affordable and sustainable Knowledge Management Systems to retain proprietary, legacy knowledge critical to maintaining key business unit performance.
- Design and implement strong employee engagement programs that will create a superior place to work and that connect data/information to key employee engagement and leadership development initiatives.
Who Should Attend
VP’s, Directors, and Senior Managers of HR, OD, and others interested in:
- Developing a sustainable program matched to their organization’s strategic business objectives and their available resources.
- Making adjustments to their existing program.
- Sustaining and/or strengthening organizational momentum and executive focus.