Ateneo CORD's Talent and Career Management, November 13-16, 2007

The Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development

Invites you to the

Talent and Career Management

The program is a four-day course designed for individuals who are responsible for the identification, assessment, and development of talents in their organization.

At the end of the program, participants are expected to:
1. Craft their organization’s talent management philosophy & objectives
2. Define competencies for a target function
3. Identify a career path for a target function
4. Develop an assessment matrix based on leadership competencies
5. Construct a methodology matrix for technical and managerial development

Modular Description
Module I: Talent Management Overview
This module gives an overview of the Talent Management Framework, with competencies at its core. It defines what talent is and presents factors that answer why it is important to manage talent. Most notably, this module discusses the importance of establishing Talent Management Philosophy and how to operationalize it.

Module II: Competencies
This module discusses and defines what competencies are in relation to talent management. Participants are expected to come up with a set of competencies for a target function at the end of this module.

Module III: Talent Acquisition
This module tackles the different strategies to acquire talents

Module IV: Development
This module presents an overview of the concept of learning and development in relation to talent management. The participants are expected to create a development matrix for technical and management development programs using the blended learning approach.

Module V: Rewards
This module discusses how tangible and intangible rewards affect and influence the management of their talents

Module VI: Career Management
This module presents an overview of the Career Management cycle specifically management roles, components, and career development theories. It directs participants to sequence the development activities of their people in preparation for future job responsibilities or new business directions that require different competencies. It engages the participants in the basics and process of career counseling to acquire the skills in helping employees learn which professions might be suitable and more interesting to them. Technical career paths and horizontal movements will also be discussed as options that employees may take for their development. At the end of the module, the participants are expected to come up with a career path for a target position.

Module VII: Succession Planning
This module discusses the processes and tools used in succession planning. It allows the participants to gain first hand experience on how to install a succession planning system anchored on the assessment of leadership competencies.

Course Fe e
Php 15,000 per participant inclusive of meals and materials for the whole program.

Date November 13-16, 2007

Venue To be announced

Register two weeks prior to the program and avail of the
Early Bird Rates! Contact Ateneo CORD for details and information.

Ateneo Center for Organization Research and Development
2/F Hoffner Building , Social Development Complex,
Ateneo de Manila University,
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights ,
Quezon City, Philippines
Tel: (02) 426-6282 and 426-5931
Fax: (02) 426-6065