Talent Management Coaching

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Coaching is a key element of Talent Management. This slideshow considers talent management coaching through the sporting metaphor and imagery

Coaching is a key element of Talent Management. This slideshow considers talent management coaching through the sporting metaphor and imagery

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  • 1. TALENT MANAGEMENT & CORPORATE COACHING
  • 2. Corporate Coaching
    The specific remit of a corporate coach is
    to focus on supporting an employee,
    either as an individual, as part of a team
    and/or organisation to achieve improved
    Business performance and operational
    effectiveness
    Association for Coaching
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    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 3. Talent Definitions
    Talent consists of those individuals who can make a difference to organisational performance, either through their immediate contribution or in the longer-term by demonstrating the highest levels of potential.
    Talent management is the systematic attraction, identification, development, engagement/ retention and deployment of those individuals who are of particular value to an organisation, either in view of their ‘high potential’ for the future or because they are fulfilling business/operation-critical roles CIPD working definitions
    3
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 4. Key Talent Management Processes
    4
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 5. Purpose of coaching
    5
    Coaching is about making
    people feel stronger and
    more capable of doing
    what needs to be done
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 6. Coaching in Talent Management
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    • To help define what we mean by “talent” in our organisation
    • 7. To help assess and identify talent and potential talent
    • 8. To scout out new talent
    • 9. To provide on-boarding coaching to maximise successful integration
    • 10. To coach and develop talent
    • 11. To coach successors for new roles
    • 12. To provide career coaching
    • 13. Helping to create a performance culture
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 14. Coaching to create a performance culture
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    • Where people are clear about their role, what they are expected to deliver
    • 15. People are expected to deliver to a high standard
    • 16. Feel a sense of ownership and responsibility for their performance
    • 17. Want and receive feedback and recognition to improve their performance
    • 18. Feel there is sufficient flexibility for them to be innovative
    • 19. Build a strong sense of team commitment
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 20. Coaching is about encouragement
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    • Encourage from the french
    “En-courage,”
    to make brave
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 21. Coaching is about
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    • Identifying and recognising the talent and potential
    • 22. Encouraging their passion for performance
    • 23. Building their capability
    • 24. Setting goals and helping them to achieve their aspirations
    • 25. Releasing the talent value for your organisation
    © HRPD Associates 2009
  • 26. So if some of your managers coach talent like this, then maybe you need our help…..
  • 27. Thanks, hope it’s been useful…
    • Thanks for viewing this introductory slideshow on Coaching in Talent Management
    • 28. See our Introductory Talent Management slideshow at Talent Management
    • 29. We have significant experience in the range of Talent Management processes with a focus on coaching
    • 30. We are based in the UK
    Contact us at Coaching.uk.com
    Email: info@coaching.uk.com
    Web: http://www.coaching.uk.com
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    © HRPD Associates 2009