Talent leaders have to break down silos, collaborate and align employee development activities to maximize resources and deliver improved performance.
The focus must shift to establishing a universal set of competencies and an infrastructure that will link activities from pre-hire to post-hire.
Industry experts weigh in on how corporate learning and talent management have continued to intertwine.
What is increasingly common is instead a head of talent management role with recruiting, succession management and talent development melded into one.
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Jeanne Meister and Steve Dahlberg
Recent trends translate to a new agenda for corporate learning – one that will increasingly focus on the these principles.
Talent and learning leaders share many mutual interests and goals. The most important is to develop employees who can succeed in the global business environment.
Competency modeling, assessment and blended learning promote leadership understanding outside specific lines of business.