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Manager's Role in Developing Talent

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Course Overview

Instructor: Brian Powers
Subject: Manager's Role In Developing Talent
Duration: 00 Hour 43 Minutes
Level: Beginner
Pre-requisites: It is recommended that the course 'Managing Employee Performance' is completed, but it is not required.

Description

This program is part of the New Management Fundamentals Series. The overall goal of this program is to enable managers to learn a practical approach to developing the talent around them -- with an emphasis on their direct reports. We believe that a fundamental responsibility of managers is to enable employees to reach their full potential at work while ensuring the organization achieves meaningful results. Our talent development process is designed to create a productive work environment that is conducive to personal growth and is grounded in a developmental partnership between a manager and her/his people. This program contains concepts, models, tools, templates and skill building that reflect the current reality managers are facing -- dynamic, fast moving, complex, team-based, and cross-functional. Learners will  complete a series of exercises that will help them put their learning into practice as well as identify future opportunities for their own continued development.

Brian Powers

Brian’s background as a global executive, OD consultant, Senior Fellow at The Conference Board, and teacher at Suffolk University, enables him to synthesize best practice with relevant and practical research to deliver programs and outcomes that map to client’s business plans.

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