Definition von Talent Development
Definition: The comparatively young field of Talent Development is becoming an increasingly important part of any HR managers Talent Management toolbox. The reasons are obvious: when applied correctly, Talent Development ensures that the critical key positions of a company are permanently filled with suitable employees. The corresponding strategies, methods, and measures provide reliable answers to the question of whether an employee really has the potential needed to have a positive influence on the company’s fortunes and can turn things around even under the most adverse circumstances with their steadfastness, integrity, and willingness to make decisions. Managers may be important anchors in talent development, but it is the HR department that drives, innovates, and coordinates processes and tools.
Core fields: Talent Development refers to the identification, acquisition, retention, and promotion of internal managers and functional elites – six key areas are derived from this, which are closely related to each other and should therefore always be viewed in context by HR managers:
• Performance management
• Compensation management
• Skills and competence management
• Career and succession planning
• Talent relationship management
We support all areas listed actively, as well as in an advisory capacity – and are also at your disposal for high-profile lectures, keynotes, and workshops. We apply the findings of neuroscientific engagement across all areas.