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Many talent management professionals may be unaware of the swell of interest in their work by boards and investors. Aware or unaware, there’s no denying that the interest is there.
This is why powerful groups such as the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and the International Integrated Reporting Council are pushing forward reporting standards that include reporting on human capital.
To help talent management professionals understand, be ready for and comply with these standards, industry experts David Creelman, Laurie Bassi and Andrew Lambert are preparing a major report on what’s happening in the industry.
Join David Creelman in this webinar as he reveals what these changes mean for talent management professionals, including critical metrics, the landmines to be avoided and the opportunities to be seized.
Why are there suddenly big changes in reporting to investors?
How will that affect what we in talent management have to report to management?
What aspects of our performance will be particularly under scrutiny?
What is the secret in turning talent management data into a story business leaders care about?
Connie: which group should we be paying most attention to?
Connie: Why is the Prince of Wales involved?
Connie: Tell me more about the audience, boards, investors, C-suite that is interested in this
Maybe Connie you can say something about how easy/hard this is to do with modern software.
Connie: And you said this list is just the tip of the iceberg?
Examples: Succession Data Recruitment Data Salary Data Other available data – Where do we focus this years learning budget? How many development plans / learning units were assigned per competency?
Goal Alignment and Tracking
Critical Metrics for Talent Management in Reporting to Boards and Investors
Critical Metrics for Talent Management in
Reporting to Boards and Investors
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Speaker: David Creelman
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