CREATE A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH STRATEGIC HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT: Traditional people management strategies are underwhelming and outdated; they fail to keep up with the pace of technology, evolving skill sets, and an increasing global and remote workforce.
THE INTERSECTION OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND BUSINESS: Effective talent management is hard work. People are complex, and the individual and collective issues within the workforce require a new set of skills and a more holistic approach to driving human capital. Change is constant, and HR practitioners must keep up to remain relevant.
HCI’s Human Capital Strategist Certification Program is a training and certification course designed to address the strategic issues at the intersection of human capital and business: maximizing talent strategies, implementing strategic workforce planning, engaging talent, and developing employees to their fullest potential. We help early career and new practitioners across the HR function explore and practice methods to add strategic value to their organizations.
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- Explain how good talent management is a competitive advantage and its worth to your organization
- Determine the strategies and processes necessary to move from tactical to strategic talent management
- Identify best practices for each of the components and how you might use them at your organization
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Human Resources: Talent Management is the strategic dimension of traditional HR, and is the future of the field. Human Resources professionals must understand the nuances of this area, and recognize how they can become experts in it to increase the value of their organization and advance their own careers.
Recruitment and Sourcing: Long-term, effective recruitment is about strategy, not commodity sourcing. Strong sourcing and access to critical talent pools have a direct effect on business outcomes. Recruiters and sourcing professionals need to see and understand how their work connects to the talent management life-cycle and business success.
Learning and Development: Industrial era management practices are ineffective at best, and detrimental at worst. Talent leadership is the goal for organizational development and learning functions. Every manager in an organization must implement talent practices, and it is HR’s responsibility to ensure the workforce has the knowledge, training, and support required to do it effectively.
HCI’s Approach to Learning: Human Capital Institute provides solutions that advance the practice of human capital and strategic talent management. We are a global clearinghouse and catalyst for new ideas and next practices, and a resource for the most progressive organizations and executives in the world, with over 20,000 participants trained through our education programs.
HCI courses use the most current insights, perspectives, and original research to create a highly adaptive, interactive, and collaborative learning experience that incorporates:
- Intense focus on building strategic perspective and enabling better decision-making.
- Guided action planning to ensure on-the-job utilization and produce measurable results.
- A blended, learner-centered approach to maximize engagement and outcomes.
- An extensive library of learning resources and comprehensive toolkit for deeper learning and application.
- Three waves of change
- Course objectives
- Talent management strategy
- Realities and trends
- The HCI Talent Management Lifecycle model
Optimize Your Talent Strategy
- Strategic workforce planning approach
- Business strategy and differentiation
- Environmental scans and talent segmentation
- Strategic talent roles
Acquire the Right Talent
- The new paradigm of success
- Value of intangibles
- Strategic talent acquisition framework
- Segmenting and deploying talent
- Employer branding
- Employee value propositions
- Building and analyzing an employer brand
- The candidate experience and brand ambassadors
- Sourcing strategies and channels; Build-Buy-Borrow
- Talent assessment
Engage Your People
- Employee engagement and performance
- The Human Capital Advantage Value Chain
- Measuring engagement
- Flexible work environments
- Building an employee engagement program
Develop Your Workforce
- Creating a learning culture
- Empowering managers as coaches
- Intersecting L&D with business
- Role-based learning solutions
- Learning infrastructure
- Performance measures
- The Development Portfolio