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A sample presentation of leading a team through the workforce planning process to build skills and capacity.

A sample presentation of leading a team through the workforce planning process to build skills and capacity.

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Workforce Planning Session (Sample) Workforce Planning Session (Sample) Presentation Transcript

  • Division or Branch ABC company DATE Workforce Planning Sample Presentation
  • Key Workforce Planning Factors
    • The required elements of successful workforce planning
      • What we produce/how we operate as a going concern
      • Context: Internal drivers
        • Demographics (demand), Organizational Change, Budget
      • Context: External drivers
        • Labour Pools (supply), Economy, Industry, Competition, Technology
      • Links to:
        • business goals- Achievements of commitments to stakeholder groups today and near horizon
        • strategic goals- setting up for future sustainability
      • Performance measures: HR metrics to indicate progress
  • Rolling up to Corporate Strategy
    • Recruitment
    • Retention
    • Competency Development
    • Improving our Competitiveness
    • Managing for Results
    • Building our Internal Capacity
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  • Step 1: Identifying Targets
    • Review of Pre-Meeting Material
    • Break-Out to discuss in groups (chose your facilitator and recorder)
    • 20 mins – record findings on flip charts
    • Regroup, post and report out on findings
  • Step 2: Targeting Priority Issues
    • An exercise in the democratic process: “Dot-mocracy”
    • Using coloured dots, we will vote on each issue:
      • “ Is this issue a priority focus for our Branch ?”
    • You have 4 votes each to choose top issues
    • The majority rules to determine the top 3 issues in each category
  • Step 3: Actions & Efforts
    • What Legendary Figure Quipped:
      • “ Volunteer activities can foster enormous leadership skills. The non professional volunteer world is a laboratory for self-realization .”
    Mae West 1892-1980
  • Next Steps
    • What part will you play?
    • Will you lead a team?
    • Where would you like to make a difference as a team member?
    • A list of opportunities provided to each team with strategy potentials and follow-up contacts
    • Regular reporting at all future leadership meetings