Concurrent Session
Reinventing Talent Management: Crafting Success from End to Beginning
Roman Ballroom 3-4
Tuesday 04/16/2024 01:30 PM - 02:30 PM   Add to calendar
Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn how to revolutionize their talent management practices by integrating innovative acquisition, learning and development, and retention strategies to create a thriving and adaptable workforce, working from the end to the front of talent management. 

In today's dynamic job market, traditional talent management practices fall short. Unlock the secret of 'reverse engineering your ideal employee.' This innovative approach aligns organizational needs with workforce qualities, tapping into untapped talent pools. Explore comprehensive learning and development strategies to boost retention and nurture a thriving, adaptable workforce primed for long-term success. Craft your ideal employees from end to front, ensuring your organization's future triumphs. Don't just hire or train; create your ideal employee!

Learning Objectives:

  • Analyze the key components of their ideal employee profile, identifying the critical skills, attributes, and qualities required for their organization's success.
  • Evaluate talent acquisition strategies, recognizing effective methods to identify and tap into untapped talent pools while aligning candidates with the organization's needs.
  • Apply data-driven talent development approaches to create personalized training and upskilling programs tailored to individual employee growth.
  • Construct a comprehensive engagement strategy to boost employee retention rates, integrating emotional intelligence and innovative practices for a thriving workforce.
  • Synthesize the concepts of reverse engineering ideal employees from the end to the front, utilizing the insights gained to craft a roadmap for long-term organizational success.


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Jeffrey Frey, VP, Innovation,
Abilene Christian University