Date/ Time: Thursday 14 December 2023, 14:00 – 15:00
There’s no mistaking the fact that local government continues to face significant financial pressures and with this comes the challenge of maximising resources. We know that our people are our most valuable resource and critical to our future success. So, how do we purposefully ensure that those individuals who can make a significant difference to organisational performance, either through their immediate contribution or by reaching their potential are identified, developed and deployed?
Join us in this session on Talent Management where we’ll be sharing the latest external research in this area, explore a case study of implementing Talent Management from scratch, aswell as looking at what great HR capability looks like in this area.
- Facilitated by Karen Elliott, North West Employers Associate
Karen has worked in the people profession for over 25 years and is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. She has specialised in Talent Management since 2002 and has delivered a range of in house and consulting talent solutions, including holistic talent frameworks, models of leadership potential and accelerated development interventions. She also holds a wider people profession role, where she advises on what professional standards should look like for Talent Management specialists. In the last 2 years Karen has been working with a range of local authorities using an evidence-based approach to support them with a range of talent management needs, from leadership development to more broader career pathways.