Talent Management: why and how?

Course Summary

This half-day, interactive course will introduce delegates to the theory, purpose and practical application of talent management.


Too often, our most talented, business-critical people are under-utilised or taken for granted. Human Resources teams can add real value through supporting managers to identify, engage, develop and motivate their talent to future-proof their business and services.   


  • What does managing talent mean?
  • The case for talent management
  • How can the most critical people and roles be identified?
  • Ways of practically applying talent management
  • How can it work for your organisation?

Course Benefits

This workshop will suit HR professionals who would like to further support their managers to identify and manage their talented employees in order to achieve results for their business.

Tutor Profile

With a proven track record in UK public, private and third sector management over a 16 year career, Hazel Burden is technically proficient and practically experienced as an HR professional and project manager, as well as having specialist experience in management development, workforce planning and talent management.

After gaining a BA (Hons) in International Business and French, Hazel specialised in HR Management via a Post Graduate Diploma and gaining a place on the highly-regarded NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. She is a Chartered Member of the CIPD, a qualified Prince2 Practitioner and an experienced trainer.Hazel has a passion for learning and enjoys putting her practical experience to good use on her courses.

Course at a Glance

  • Next Start Dates: New dates TBA
  • CPD Points: 3
  • Course Cost: £150.00
  • Course Length: Half day (09:30 - 12:30)

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