Manager, Talent Development Job Description

Manager, Talent Development Job Description

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Manager, talent development provides guidance on best learning and talent development practices based on the needs of using analytics and methods that provide insight and support for learning & development programs.

Manager, Talent Development Duties & Responsibilities

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Sample responsibilities for this position include:

Collaborate with colleagues to develop Talent, OD and Learning programs and new initiatives for the global organization
Strong business acumen which aligns and provides talent and development solutions that accelerate and move the needle to achieve sustainable competitive advantage
Manage Global scorecard that provides indicators of strength and depth of talent pipeline /bench, measures return on development investment and tracks movement against strategic talent needs
Develop strong relationships with the HR Generalists and The Operations business to gain an understanding of business priorities
Implement a "Train the Trainer" program to ensure that all training sessions are consistent
Work as part of a global team to identify themes, trends, and best practices
Working with the Director, Sales Effectiveness and other key stakeholders to formulate, evolve and execute on a strategy focused on driving training, employee development and client experience
Creating and continuing to evolve Commercial Banking’s training strategy based on knowledge of our business, training gaps, trends in the marketplace and other best practices
Providing recommendations and contributing to the formulation of key initiatives relating to training and client satisfaction that will help increase customer loyalty
Assessing training priorities and gaps, and taking a leadership role in the development and deployment of learning strategies and internal training curriculum to meet those requirements

Manager, Talent Development Qualifications

Qualifications for a job description may include education, certification, and experience.

Licensing or Certifications for Manager, Talent Development

List any licenses or certifications required by the position: PHR, SHRM, MBTI, SPHR, PMP, HRCI, HR, GE, T&OD, CFA

Education for Manager, Talent Development

Typically a job would require a certain level of education.

Employers hiring for the manager, talent development job most commonly would prefer for their future employee to have a relevant degree such as Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Human Resources, Business, Education, Psychology, Management, MBA, Business/Administration, Organizational Psychology, Industrial, Human Resources Management

Skills for Manager, Talent Development

Desired skills for manager, talent development include:

Learning Management Systems
PowerPoint
Word
Adult learning practices and leading-edge talent development programs
Outlook
Articulate Storyline and other graphic editing software
Best practices regarding talent management and development
Cornerstone on Demand
Current instructional theories and principles applicable to both web-based and instructor-led learning programs
Employee engagement succession planning

Desired experience for manager, talent development includes:

Minimum 3 years of experience in Human Resources, Talent Management, or Learning & Development roles preferred
Direct experience managing learning, talent and organizational development projects
Able to execute components of the complete cycle of talent solutions from needs assessment to development through implementation to measuring impact
Ability to build working partnerships globally, partnering with colleagues across a broad range of cultures and countries
Experience using data to assess needs, analyze impact and surface insights for management
Effective communication both written and verbal with the ability to create and deliver trainings to senior level management

Manager, Talent Development Examples

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Manager, Talent Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of manager, talent development. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for manager, talent development
  • Be a trusted advisor to the HRBP community
  • Be a recognized thought leader in the space and able to think ahead of the curve
  • Collaborate with the global team on HR programs (training, performance, top talent, career ladders, promotional processes, values/organizational culture, orientation, ) to support organizational development and the company’s culture
  • It is essential that this individual be comfortable in a technical/scientific environment
  • Be an experienced and dynamic facilitator, presenter, story teller and coach
  • Continue to support and foster the evolution of our employee resource groups (ERGs)
  • Support and implement global Talent Management strategies
  • Support line managers to embed people strategies as part of the business
  • Source and manage external partners to support development
  • Lead HR people processes in Career Essentials with respect to PCM, Succession Planning, Calibrations, 9 blocker etc
Qualifications for manager, talent development
  • Key skills – needs assessment, instructional design, project / program management, facilitation, presentation, communication, influence, strategic thinking, analysis, and problem solving
  • Able to work independently and effectively lead / influence a diverse team
  • Able to succeed in a dynamic and ever-changing environment
  • Talent for diplomatic, unbiased communication, both written and verbal
  • A minimum of 10 years' in progressively responsible learning and development positions
  • A minimum of 5 years' in-class training / facilitation experience
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Manager, Talent Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our company is hiring for a manager, talent development. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for manager, talent development
  • Work with the corporate Employee Development team to create and implement development curricula using multiple methodologies and platforms, including project assignments, on the job experiences, classroom and virtual classroom sessions, web-based events and online training courses
  • Negotiate contracts and manage multiple vendors to ensure the organization’s needs are met through external resources
  • Collaborate with regional and country Human Resources leaders in all EMEA and LatAm markets to improve awareness and access to available in-house learning and development resources
  • Partner with corporate teams to design and implement processes, systems and tools for ongoing effective employee and management development
  • Leverage the enterprise Talent & Development agenda and operations guidelines
  • Continuously educate EEMEA HR leaders on TD offerings through webinars, demonstrations, feedback sessions
  • Collaborate with the TMOD team and HRBPs to design and implement programs to drive key organizational initiatives surrounding employee engagement, leadership development, and career frameworks
  • Lead TMOD core processes and action planning with clients, including support with rollout and data interpretation (employee satisfaction surveys, organizational engagement surveys)
  • Provide consultation on various HR and TMOD-related initiatives including change management, career development and team/group effectiveness
  • Conduct necessary research on various topics / items for client interventions
Qualifications for manager, talent development
  • Knowledge and experience across a broad range of Talent tools, frameworks etc
  • Passion for development and organisation culture – experience of cultural change initiatives
  • Willing to travel extensively and spend periods of time in other markets to support change
  • Minimum of seven (7) years of experience in talent management or related field
  • Minimum 6 years' work experience in L&D function
  • Overseas working background is a plus
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Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of manager, talent development. Thank you in advance for taking a look at the list of responsibilities and qualifications. We look forward to reviewing your resume.
Responsibilities for manager, talent development
  • Solve day-to-day challenges as they arise including prioritizing shows, handling external usage requests and navigating controversial commentary
  • Schedule and deploy contributors during breaking news
  • Identify, recommend and screen new potential contributors for CNN
  • Maintain database lists of potential new voices in broad coverage categories
  • Work with department sr
  • Coordinate all activities connected to the successful launch of series and films on CNN-US programs
  • Create a plan for employee engagement across the organisation that takes into account our varied departments
  • Be a champion integrating engagement and Talent Management into BV strategic objective process
  • Career Development Manager’s duty is in addition to educate managers on the processes (the Why and the What) and feed-back to HR Corp about improvements/challenges/obstacles
  • Ensures adequate development is given to managerial talents through job assignments, training and mentoring
Qualifications for manager, talent development
  • A seasoned Talent professional who has lead the strategy for talent management, learning and OD across multiple business lines or a defined geography
  • An experienced people manager who role models personal leadership and effectively coaches, guides and inspires team members
  • 3+ years developing and implementing D&I initiatives
  • Banking experience is not a must
  • Bachelor's degree and 10+ years relevant experience, 6+ years in people management
  • A degree or equivalent with minimum 8 years professional HR experience
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Manager, Talent Development Job Description

Job Description Example
Our growing company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of manager, talent development. Please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications. While this is our ideal list, we will consider candidates that do not necessarily have all of the qualifications, but have sufficient experience and talent.
Responsibilities for manager, talent development
  • Contribute as a global super user of Workday Talent system
  • Implementation and training of HR Business Partners and support leader engagement with global talent processes and related changes PMP, MS&D
  • Execution of global assessment tools
  • Lead regional implementation and utilization of learning technology LMS
  • Identifying training and development requirements by conducting a needs analysis
  • Provides effective consulting services to the organization and its leaders
  • Identifies or develops appropriate learning and talent solutions, ensuring effectiveness by designing or selecting the appropriate format, materials, exercises, delivery for the intended purpose and audience
  • Uses internal data (employee survey, performance and quality metrics, ) and appropriate analysis to anticipate and articulate emerging organizational needs at enterprise and department levels, identifying patterns and trends
  • Develops project structure, approach and plans for talent management and culture initiatives, working on both an individual basis and with teams, while engaging appropriate stakeholders
  • Ensures effective execution of change leadership and process excellence strategies and tactics within stakeholder groups, developing appropriate metrics and methods of evaluation (KPIs), and working to continuously improve programs and resources to better align with business, leader, and employee need based upon evaluation data
Qualifications for manager, talent development
  • Group Facilitation and Communication - Ability to lead a group through a process to achieve a desired outcome
  • Strong diagnostic, consultative and OD intervention skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, SPSS required and other survey design programs (e.g., Qualtrics) preferred
  • Experience with leadership and development assessment methods is preferred
  • Leadership coaching, include 360 coaching
  • Succession Management and Planning
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Job Description Example
Our company is searching for experienced candidates for the position of manager, talent development. To join our growing team, please review the list of responsibilities and qualifications.
Responsibilities for manager, talent development
  • Formulates training outline and determines instructional methods, utilizing individual training, group instructions, demonstrations, and workshops
  • Evaluates and assists in designing training manuals and related materials, training classes, and training procedures
  • Administers employee testing for new employees to ensure job proficiency
  • Manages any problems in training effectiveness to the supervisor, making recommendations to resolve them
  • LEADERSHIP - Leads enterprise-wide initiatives facilitating efforts across many functions to deliver results
  • CONTENT -Develop content for virtual and in-person programs, job aids, communications and other performance support tools and maintain existing content on websites and portals
  • PROJECT PLANNING - Manage projects and events to deliver training using processes and tools to establish and maintain plans from design to evaluation
  • COLLABORATION - Build effective working relationships resulting in collaboration within Talent & Development, suppliers, and internal/external stakeholders including senior leaders
  • COMMUNICATION - Summarize and succinctly communicate to stakeholders and colleagues status on the development and rollout of training projects
  • Manages the full life cycle of the recruitment and selection process for the property ensuring the Global Recruitment System (GRS) is fully leveraged to source, identify, screen, interview and select diverse high caliber talent
Qualifications for manager, talent development
  • Ability to travel globally and within North America and must be willing and able to travel 5% of the time
  • Drives for Results – Links responsibilities with the mission of the organization
  • Communication – Excellent written and verbal communication skills, listens well
  • On all products and services strategy (This includes the marketing, administration and reporting to senior management)
  • Monitors results and identifies training needs for Finance & Insurance marketing plan and underwriting strategy
  • Have a proven track record in Talent Management preferably in a corporate environment

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