Talent management is organizational policies and practices, which enable the company to manage employees, influence their behavior, attitude to work, and efficiency.
Managing talent in R&D departments is more peculiar due to the different motivation of employees, who are often driven by creation of new knowledge and transfer of their ideas into products and services that are launched in the market.
Talent management aims to employ policies and practices to manage employees and ensure their effectiveness at work.
Talent management paradigms are being transformed to accommodate the changing mindset of R&D employees. Outdated motivation methods, ideas of climbing the career ladder, and material rewarding system do not correspond with the aspirations of technical personnel.
Companies should be more proactive in helping their employees grow, contribute to their development, help to plan their career, create a comfortable working environment and the atmosphere of trust, and fairly assess and reward for successes.
By applying R&D-specific practices to talent management in your company, you will be able to attract the best technical experts and ensure their best performance.
|Basic Training||4 hours|
|Advanced Training (Exam + Certification)||2 days|
|Train the Trainer (Exam + Certification)*||2 days|
*requires completion of the Advanced Training
- What is the motivation of employees R&D?
- What leadership styles should be used to manage talent?
- How to search for and select top talent?
- How to develop employees and plan their careers?
- What are the best practices in assessment and reward of employee performance?