How do you assess the talent of your organization? How can you be certain that you have the right employees in the right positions? More importantly, how do you fill employment gaps with the employees who will flourish in their role? The answer to all these questions is by doing a Talent Audit.
Organizations regularly conduct financial audits, risk audits, and technical audits – but a Talent audit is often overlooked. Over 66% of CEO’s, in a recent PWC Global CEO survey, said that the lack of the right skills is their biggest talent challenge. The term talent is subjective, but it assumes that someone has the right competencies, background, personality traits, and motivations to exceed expectations. An effective talent audit will help you identify your talent needs and assess your organization against those needs – and most importantly provide concrete details on how to best fill the gaps.
Join Stacey Harris VP of Research, Brandon Hall Group, Marlene Burchfield Dunne, VP Assessment Services, SHL, and Greg Robinson, Ph.D., Managing Consultant, SHL, as they detail key practices in conducting a Talent Audit, that helps identify skills gaps, development needs, and talent opportunities.
Webinar topics include:
- Learning to Define Talent
- Conducting a Talent Audit: Assessing Skills, Experience, Personalities, and Motivations
- Practical approaches to filling the learning gaps
- Avoiding the pitfalls in talent assessment approaches
- Examples and Case Studies of effective Talent Audit outcomes
Join us on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 at 1 pm for this informative webinar: Effective Workforce Planning and Development Starts with a Talent Audit and find the right person for the right job at the right time! Register today!