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Talent Management
  Survey Results
Executive Summary
Overview
In the shadow of global recession, banks are fundamentally reexamining their primary source
of comparative advant...
Overview (cont.)



The research reveals that although bank CEOs are increasing their talent focus, talent
programs fail t...
The Survey Results
•    The results of ABA’s Talent Management Survey paint a somewhat concerning picture on the
     stat...
Talent Management System
Talent Management in Crisis: Cross Industry Trends

The economic downturn has dramatically affected employee outcomes in t...
Bank Specific Talent Challenges


•    Difficulty Executing Effective Talent Strategies. With serious talent challenges pr...
Implications for the Banking Industry


•    Increased Retention Risk. Banks underemphasize the importance of high perform...
TOP TALENT CHALLENGES FACING BANKS




1. A wide range of talent management practices are only “partly in place”
   at mos...
1. A wide range of talent management practices
   are only “partly in place” at most banks.
CEO Assessment of Importance of
  Talent Management Practices


                           Ranking in
                    ...
CEO Assessment of Existing
Talent Management Practices



                     The Issue is in Execution:

               ...
CEO Assessment of Talent Management Practices
“Importance” Versus Ability to Put These “In Place”
2. Banks depend heavily on internal talent and
  lack succession planning capabilities.
Banks Fill 60% of Positions Internally




                                         Banks rely
                           ...
High Performers are Important – they exert 21%
     more effort than average employees




                               ...
High Performer Risk - One in four expect to leave within
                       one year




                             ...
Banks have limited ability to rely on talent pipelines.




                                              Attracting and
 ...
3. Banks are under-developing high-performing
  talent, creating severe threats to retention of
  key personnel and longer...
High performers exert 21%
more effort than average employees




                              Has your
                  ...
Without significant ability, aspiration and engagement,
     employees will not excel in their next jobs.
Banks underemphasize high performer development
   and under-invest in high-performer programs.



                       ...
To mitigate against high-performer attrition, banks should
formulate clear development plans and career paths for top tale...
4. A majority of banks are unable to assess
   employee training needs and outputs and run
   the risk of making continued...
A majority of banks are unable to assess training needs and the
                impact of training on performance
Focus training programs on applied learning, which
increases employee engagement and productivity levels.
Visibly supporting employee development can increase
                 performance by 20%.
Call to Action

  1. Invest in high potential employees to increase output levels,
  develop a leadership pipeline and ret...
ABA Contacts


For further information on survey findings please contact:

  Jim Edrington          or           Maryann J...
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Talent Management Survey Results Executive Summary

  1. 1. Talent Management Survey Results Executive Summary
  2. 2. Overview In the shadow of global recession, banks are fundamentally reexamining their primary source of comparative advantage: their people. Amid increased regulatory scrutiny and growing operating costs, banks face mounting pressure to demonstrate returns on talent investments— and deep uncertainty about whether current investments are working. In early 2009, the American Bankers Association and the Corporate Executive Board invited a sample of more than 3,500 bank CEOs to participate in a survey about talent management practices at their institutions. The survey asked respondents questions on the following talent- related topics: –  Current Talent Management Practices –  Retention and Succession Planning –  Developing High Performers –  Assessing Talent Gaps –  Future Talent Management Priorities
  3. 3. Overview (cont.) The research reveals that although bank CEOs are increasing their talent focus, talent programs fail to yield consistent results. The report finds that: –  A wide range of talent management practices are only partly in place at most banks –  Banks depend heavily on internal talent and lack succession planning capabilities –  Banks are under developing high-performing talent, creating severe threats to retention of key personnel and longer-term profitability –  A majority of banks are unable to assess training needs and outputs, and run the risk of making continued investments in underperforming programs.
  4. 4. The Survey Results •  The results of ABA’s Talent Management Survey paint a somewhat concerning picture on the state of how banks manage one of their most important assets – their people - within the banking industry •  The issue requires creative leadership skills and a dedicated executive level commitment if we as an industry are going to solve these challenges and position ourselves for success •  We define talent management as including the following 11 activities: –  Culture and values –  Workforce planning –  Recruitment –  On boarding new hires –  Training and development –  Coaching –  Employee Engagement –  High performer development –  Rewards and recognition –  Succession planning –  Talent record-keeping/reporting and analysis
  5. 5. Talent Management System
  6. 6. Talent Management in Crisis: Cross Industry Trends The economic downturn has dramatically affected employee outcomes in three ways: •  Declining Employee Productivity. Overall employee performance is suffering due to declining employee engagement , and declining employee morale coincides with serious drops in employee effort and productivity. Over the past 4 years, the number of employees exhibiting high levels of discretionary effort has declined by 53%, leading to productivity losses. •  More Disengaged Employees. Low performing employees are less likely to quit now than they ever have been before , and the rise in disengaged employees places even greater pressure on managers. This trend has created even more complex people challenges for managers who often have limited experience in re-engaging uncommitted staff •  Increased Risk That High Potentials Will Leave. High potential employees – future leaders – are indicating increased risk of turnover , while the tolls of disengaged and low-producing employees are increasing, High potential employees are now more inclined to quit., and 25% of high potential employees plan to leave their current job over the next twelve months.
  7. 7. Bank Specific Talent Challenges •  Difficulty Executing Effective Talent Strategies. With serious talent challenges present across all industries, it’s not surprising to find CEOs re-evaluating their talent management practices. The ABA/CEB research finds that CEOs recognize the importance of talent to their enterprises, but suffer from dry talent pipelines and uncertain payoffs from current training and development investments. •  Building a Talent Pipeline is Essential. An important link between talent management and high potential employee development focuses on the identification of key positions within the organization and building the talent pipeline to fill those roles. “The most effective talent strategies first identify those jobs in the organization that are key to the ongoing business strategy, ensuring that staff are ready for the jobs they are slated to fill”, reports a recent study on leadership practices conducted by the Chief Learning Officer.
  8. 8. Implications for the Banking Industry •  Increased Retention Risk. Banks underemphasize the importance of high performer development and under invest in high-performer programs. To mitigate against high-performer attrition, banks must formulate clear development plans and career paths for their best talent. •  Uncertain Training ROI. Banks routinely emphasize the importance of training and development yet fail to measure training needs or outcomes. To generate demonstrable returns on training investments, banks must focus programs on applied learning, which increases employee engagement and productivity levels. Three tactics critical to training success are: –  Emphasize learners’ ability to apply the skills learned through training –  Communicate the payoffs of training to employees –  Engage managers in employee training to make learning application effective
  9. 9. TOP TALENT CHALLENGES FACING BANKS 1. A wide range of talent management practices are only “partly in place” at most banks. 2. Banks depend heavily on internal talent and lack succession planning capabilities. 3. Banks are under-developing high-performing talent, creating severe threats to retention of key personnel and longer-term productivity. 4.  A majority of banks are unable to assess employee training needs and outputs and run the risk of making continued investments in underperforming programs. American Bankers Association/The Corporate Executive Board Company
  10. 10. 1. A wide range of talent management practices are only “partly in place” at most banks.
  11. 11. CEO Assessment of Importance of Talent Management Practices Ranking in Importance: • Banks consistently rank all Talent Management Practices as important •  op 3 rankings: T - Culture and Values (6.4) - Training and Development (6.2) -Employee Engagement (6.0)
  12. 12. CEO Assessment of Existing Talent Management Practices The Issue is in Execution: CEOs indicate that the practices listed below rank among the top three in terms of importance, but are only ‘somewhat to mostly’ in place: •  ulture and Values C •  raining and Development T •  mployee Engagement E
  13. 13. CEO Assessment of Talent Management Practices “Importance” Versus Ability to Put These “In Place”
  14. 14. 2. Banks depend heavily on internal talent and lack succession planning capabilities.
  15. 15. Banks Fill 60% of Positions Internally Banks rely heavily on internal talent.
  16. 16. High Performers are Important – they exert 21% more effort than average employees Does your organization know who your high performers are? Do you recognize them?
  17. 17. High Performer Risk - One in four expect to leave within one year HiPo’s contribute more to your organization, but 25% are considering leaving within 12 months. How do you retain them?
  18. 18. Banks have limited ability to rely on talent pipelines. Attracting and retaining high performing talent Is a critical issue for your organization.
  19. 19. 3. Banks are under-developing high-performing talent, creating severe threats to retention of key personnel and longer-term productivity.
  20. 20. High performers exert 21% more effort than average employees Has your organization identified your high performers?
  21. 21. Without significant ability, aspiration and engagement, employees will not excel in their next jobs.
  22. 22. Banks underemphasize high performer development and under-invest in high-performer programs. Have you communicated to your HIPO’s? Have you provided an individual written development plan? How actionable is the plan?
  23. 23. To mitigate against high-performer attrition, banks should formulate clear development plans and career paths for top talent.
  24. 24. 4. A majority of banks are unable to assess employee training needs and outputs and run the risk of making continued investments in underperforming programs.
  25. 25. A majority of banks are unable to assess training needs and the impact of training on performance
  26. 26. Focus training programs on applied learning, which increases employee engagement and productivity levels.
  27. 27. Visibly supporting employee development can increase performance by 20%.
  28. 28. Call to Action 1. Invest in high potential employees to increase output levels, develop a leadership pipeline and retain these key performers. a. Help high potential employees build professional, information-rich relationships with managers, peers, and direct reports. b. Build customized and achievable development plans that are coupled with visible executive-level commitment. 2. Focus training programs on applied learning to engage employees and increase their productivity levels. a. Emphasize learners’ ability to apply the teaching more than emphasizing skill building. b. Communicate the payoff s of training to employees. c. Engage managers in employee training to make learning application effective.
  29. 29. ABA Contacts For further information on survey findings please contact: Jim Edrington or Maryann Johnson jedringt@aba.com mjohnson@aba.com (202) 663-5490 (202) 63-5199

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