Building a Business Case for Talent Management

Learn a repeatable framework for getting your C-suite to fund your initiatives and embrace you as a valuable advisor
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6,742 students
43min of on-demand video
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How to convert the talent challenge into a business opportunity
How to communicate so the C-Suite pays attention
How it works with a real-life case study

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Description

Are you struggling to get funding for your talent management initiatives?


Finding and developing the right talent to deliver business objectives is on every C-level executive’s mind.  In today’s dynamic business environments, leaders know that talent management is key to success.  Yet, companies often struggle to figure out where to make investments, especially when the return isn't immediately measurable or apparent.  


You can overcome this by providing the right business intelligence to make the case for these investments clear, concise and aligned to strategic objectives.

 

During this free course you will learn a repeatable framework to identify the talent management challenge in your organization, convert it to a business opportunity, and learn how to communicate so the C-suite pays attention.  You will also get to see the framework in action when we go through a case study.


Who this course is for:

  • Human Resources Professional or Business Leader who is interested in the people aspects of the business

Instructor

Principal and Founder, lōglab, LLC
Annissa Deshpande
  • 4.6 Instructor Rating
  • 554 Reviews
  • 7,380 Students
  • 2 Courses

Hello, I'm Annissa.

In my 20+ years in the corporate world, I spent many of them as a frustrated HR professional. Early on, I constantly felt like my leadership didn’t understand the projects I was trying to move forward and there were times I wanted to scream, “Why WOULDN’T we do this?!”.

Then I made a change - I pursued a modern approach to HR and developed clear people strategies which drive business goals. Suddenly I was speaking my leadership’s language and got the buy-in I needed to gain momentum and see measurable success. After spending time as an HR exec of a Fortune 500 overseeing the hiring of 20k annually in 150 countries and leading internal talent initiatives, I’m now sharing the secrets I learned to help you avoid the struggles I experienced and become the valued advisor your business needs.

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