Unlocking Potential:

Setting Goals

Building Performance

Building Relations

Project Management

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Unlocking Your Inner Potential

Content
The Meaning of Potential and Personal Growth
  • Understand the meaning of potential and the 10 Inner Barriers that can impact upon our ability to reach our potential.
  • Explore strategies for maintaining optimism and the benefits of becoming a ‘Life Student.
Developing Personal Inner Confidence
  • Explore the role of ‘failure’ as an essential role for unlocking our potential.
  • How to be a ‘constant observer’ in relation to success and the importance of stretching our comfort zone.
Understanding our goals in order to achieve results
  • How to establish what we really want from life and how to apply what we have learned in order to help us unlock our inner potential.
  • Understand our inner beliefs and how they impact upon our attitude and actions.
Uncovering ‘habitual behaviours’ and Visualisation
  • Understand the impact of our ‘habitual behaviours’ and how these can hinder our ability to unlock our full potential.
  • Explore the concept of Visualisation Techniques and how they can be applied to our daily lives.
  • Understand the importance of ‘Personal Impact’ when communicating with others.

Audience

This is suitable for anyone wishing to make positive changes to their lives, both personal and within the world of work.

Outcome

  • An understanding of what makes a successful and effective person.
  • Fully appreciate the value of working outside of your comfort zone.
  • Ability to adapt your own behaviour to maximise your potential.
  • An effective understanding of the importance of goal setting and the effect our beliefs have upon our attitudes and behaviour.

Talent Management & Succession Planning

Content
Understanding Talent Management
  • Gain a full understanding of what is meant by concepts such as ‘Talent Management’ and ‘Succession Planning’ and the context in which they operate.
  • Analyse your organisation and begin to identify its strategic challenges and the ‘talent’ implications of these.
  • Understand the concept of the ‘talent’ pipeline.
  • Gain an insight into common talent management activities.
Define your approach to Talent Management
  • Identify relevant measures and success criteria to evaluate your talent management strategies against.
  • Begin to develop your implementation plan for your talent management strategy.
  • Consider how you ensure that your talent management strategy interfaces with other organisational strategies, such as equality and diversity.
  • Proactively develop ideas for embedding your talent management strategy within your organisation once developed.
How Can Talent Management Work for you?
  • Begin to identify the relationship between organisational and individual values and talent management.
  • Learn how to spot opportunities where your employer’s need for talent to support change may correspond with your own needs in career development terms.
  • Determine your own career goals and the priorities for the next step in your own career.
  • Develop a means of assessing your own performance as a manager of talent.
The Role of Succession Planning
  • Understand what is meant by ‘Succession Planning’ and how this differs from ‘Talent Management’.
  • Identify some of the key pieces of information required for effective Succession Planning.
  • Begin to plan how you intend to move forward with Talent Management and Succession Planning in relation to your own organisation.

Audience

Those managers and prospective managers charged with developing effective plans to enhance organisational performance. Managers and prospective managers wishing to develop their understanding of effective Talent Management.

Outcome

  • An understanding of what makes effective Talent Management.
  • Confidence to use the tools and techniques to take the next steps with your own career.
  • Understand the importance of Talent Management in the continuing challenge for competitive advantage.