TJwow webinar recording March 2017 - who owns talent development?
Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from March 2017 about who owns talent development.
March 9th 10am UK time
"Who owns talent development?"
There are people in organisations that have the view it's the role of L&D to put together a menu of development offerings.
Others believe that HR should put together a career path for people to follow.
There is a more modern view that we are all pilots of our own career and that it isn't the organisation that should be doing this at all.
The webinar was with:
- Phil Wilcox, Founder of Emotion at Work @PhilWillcox
- Hesketh Emden, Interim Head of Talent Management of RAPt (The Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)
- Con Sotidis, Solutions Consultant at Kineo (Asia Pacific), @LearnKotch
Hesketh Emden 39 second introduction taster:
Phil Willcox 41 second introduction taster:
Outcomes from the session
At the end of the discussion attendees were asked what action they would take, and here are their answers for you to consider for your own take-aways:
Should you attend the next #TJwow webinar?
This is just some of the chat window feedback at the end of this session:
You've inspired my Thursday
Thank you, see you next time!
Thanks for the lovely session!
Highly professional as always
Thank you everyone that was cool
GREAT SESSION JO & SPEAKERS & Everyone...
Thank you so much for today everyone - you've inspired my Thursday :)
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