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Integrated Talent Management Certificate

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Managing talent with a coherent strategy is an important responsibility for the talent development professional. In this hands-on talent management program, you will uncover the practices essential to achieving an integrated talent management approach—no matter your organization’s size.

Learn practical methods for taking an integrated approach to developing a talent management strategy. Key areas of consideration include the employee life cycle phases of workforce planning, talent acquisition, engagement and retention, succession planning, rewards and compensation, learning and development, and performance management.

Discover the blueprint you’ll need to align your human capital processes with organizational strategy to ensure you have the right talent with the right skills ready to achieve your business goals.

Why You Should Attend:

  • Build a road map for an integrated talent strategy that will prepare your organization for success today and in the future.
  • Learn from the approaches of best-in-class organizations, your expert facilitator, and your colleagues in the course.
  • Be empowered with the tools you need to facilitate the strategic development of talent to support organizational needs.

Dates and Times:

Session 1: May 17, 2024, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Local Time
Session 2: May 18, 2024, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Local Time

Preconference Learning Price:

ATD Member: $1,875
Non-Member: $2,125

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Rita Bailey

Rita Bailey

As founder of Up to Something, LLC, Rita specializes in unconventional methods that disrupt and challenge leaders to think differently, be open to new possibilities, and question the status quo. She served in several leadership roles for more than 25 years at Southwest Airlines, including Operations, Sales, Marketing, HR, and L&D. She currently works with organizations in several sectors engaging leaders in courageous conversations, strategy sessions, and immersive experiences that foster team collaboration, change, and cultural inclusiveness.

She is a Leadership faculty contributor at SMU, Cox School of Business in Dallas, Texas, where she co-designed and facilitated Customized Executive Leadership programs. She is also cultivating entrepreneurship and developing leaders in her own multi-generational family business venture.

Rita started three successful consulting organizations and co-authored the book, Destination Profit: Creating People-Profit Opportunities in Your Organization. She served on several advisory boards and committees including Dallas Convention Bureau, Stagen Leadership, Sandals Resorts and as Chair of the National Board of ASTD now (ATD).

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