Talent Management Hub
The NHS Leadership Academy have been working together with local delivery partners to develop a suite of talent management resources, enabling everyone's talents to be maximised.
The Leadership Academy have worked closely with a range of NHS organisations and staff to develop and refine their approach.
Among the most frequently asked questions, the most common have been "where do we go to get started with talent management?” and “how do we access the right tools and supporting materials?”
The NHS Talent Management Hub has been created to provide this much needed resource, and to be the online home of the NHS Leadership Academy's talent management materials.
26 October 2016
10:30 to 15:00, The Met Hotel
Our October workshop moves a step forward from talent awareness and definition – discussed in our July workshop – to looking at Talent Strategy.
Paul Turner, Professor of Management Practice from Leeds Beckett University and respected author on Talent, will be guiding us through the day.
He will help us understand how best to construct a strategy for talent and how to secure the executive-level buy-in that meets your organisational objectives.
Participants will learn how to use Paul’s Talent Strategy Framework, a step-by-step process for working through your own talent strategy.
About Paul Turner
Paul Turner is Professor of Management Practice at Leeds Business School (Leeds Beckett University) having held similar positions at Universities in Birmingham, Nottingham and Cambridge.
Paul Turner’s previous positions have included President of Employee Care (EMEA) for the Convergys Corporation of Cincinnati, Group HR Business Director for Lloyds TSB, Vice President of the CIPD, a Director of BT, a Non-Executive Director of Blessing White and OPI and a General Manager for Plessey in both the UK and Asia Pacific.
Paul has recently led HR Master Classes in Johannesburg, Dubai, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, was Chair of the European Human Asset and People Innovation Conferences from 2009 to 2014 and Chair of the European Talent for Tomorrow Conferences. He was a judge on the Middle East and European HR Excellence Awards, as well as the CIPD People Management Awards.
Paul is the author or co author of Make Your People Before You Make Your Products (2014), Meaning at Work- Employee Engagement in Europe (2012),Talent Management in Europe (2012), Workforce Planning (2010), The Admirable Company(2008), Talent (2007), Organisational Communication (2003)and HR Forecasting and Planning (2002). He has written articles for academic and business journals and the International Press.
Paul’s new book ‘Talent Management in Healthcare-Exploring how the world’s health service organisations attract, manage and develop talent,’ is published by Palgrave MacMillan in 2017.
Paul has a first degree from the University of East Anglia, a Ph.D from the University of Sheffield and is a Companion of the CIPD.
You can register for tickets here. Places are limited, so don't delay!
Event on 26 July 2016
The Talent Leaders Session on 26 July was set up to discuss the challenges faced by colleagues across the region, and to look at the tools available to them to help with managing talent in their organisations.
Adam Turner, Talent Lead for the West Midlands Leadership Academy, joined us on the day to facilitate the session, and give his insight into what works and what could be improved.
The objectives of the day were to:
- Define the context of talent
- Share challenges and success
- Look at available Talent Tools
- Begin to form a supportive Network of Talent Professionals in our region
Blogs on talent management
Read some of our blogs and publications on talent management.
- Humaira Ashraf, "Talent Management Guide for Busy People" (July 2016)
- Rebecca Bevington, "What I learned from ‘Networking for Success’ – a personal view" (March 2016)
- Dave Crowther, "Looking at Talent Management" (January 2016)
- Dave Crowther, "Perspective on Talent Management Tools" (January 2016)
- John Hunter, "A personal perspective on the Jenner Advanced programme" (December 2015)
This Page was last updated on: 5 October 2016