3.4.A Skill in designing and implementing performance management strategy.
3.4.B Skill in developing a talent strategy that aligns to organizational strategy to influence organizational outcomes in a positive direction.
3.4.C Skill in designing and implementing strategic plans for talent development projects, programs, and/or functions.
Linking TD Goals to the Organization’s Strategy
Do a task analysis: The task analysis describes the competencies the role requires for successful execution.
Aligning these goals to organizational strategy typically includes the full range of requirements for learning and development:
The Value Proposition of Talent Development
A value proposition is a statement that communicates why a customer should buy from the seller. For talent development, the value proposition is the same: Why should customers get their learning and development from TD professionals? >> www.td.org/insights/creating-a-unique-value-proposition
Ensure Continued Alignment
TD professionals should ensure that daily talent development activities are closely aligned to organizational objectives.
Depending on the size of the organization, TD professionals may or may not be a part of this process; however, they do have multiple options for customizing alignment:
TD professionals should develop strategic goals, objectives, and an action plan:
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Hi. I am Craig Engstrom, I am posting some daily study notes as I cover each of the capabilities covered in the new Association for Talent Development's CPTD certification exam.