Talent Management is the process of defining future leadership requirements in terms of critical roles and competencies for the future success of the business. Talent Management is also:
- identifying, attracting, developing and retaining a pool of talent that meets these requirements;
- assessing, developing and retaining the organization's current talent;
- recruiting additional talent to meet the leadership needs of the organization;
- ensuring a steady flow of qualified leaders.
The Talent Management Conference is an annual gathering of health care professionals who are engaged in the development of:
- competencies in oneself and in others,
- self-awareness and emotional intelligence,
- communication and engagement skills,
- collaborative relationships, coalitions and strategic partnerships,
- the abilities to innovate and inspire,
- transformation and leadership skills.
Recent conference themes include:
2012: Effective Leaders in a Changing Health Care Environment
2014: Building the Leadership Culture: Next Steps
2015: Strategies to Become Effective Leaders
2016: Building Collaborative Relationships, Coalitions and Strategic Partnerships
2017: Self-Awareness and Emotional Intelligence
2018: Inspire, Innovate, Integrate, Implement
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry faculty members, residents, fellows, directors and managers of administration and finance. London Health Sciences Centre and St Joseph’s Health Care London physicians, dentists, midwives and affiliated healthcare providers.
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If you have questions about the Conference, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about the Talent Management Program at London Health Sciences Centre and St Joseph's Health Care London, visit https://www.sjhc.london.on.ca/medical-affairs/talent-management.