How to Master Strategic Talent Acquisition (STA)

Do you want to master everything that's relevant today in the area of Talent Acquisition?

Do you need to better identify quality talent?
Do you need to increase talent diversity?
Do you need to enable winning teams to drive business outcomes?

Rather than taking orders and recruiting on a position-by-position basis, you will move beyond the transactional elements of making the right hire, armed with a new set of competencies.

There are five pillars of an effective Talent Acquisition strategy. What are they?

HCI's Strategic Talent Acquisition Model

  • Pillar #1 – Align. The Talent Acquisition Strategist must understand business strategy in a way recruiters have never had to before;
  • Pillar #2 – Segment. The Talent Acquisition Strategist must become proficient at segmenting roles to understand which positions most directly align to strategic execution as well as prioritising these roles when executing TA strategies;
  • Pillar #3 – Brand. The Talent Acquisition Strategist is effective at first understanding the realities inside his organisation and then reflecting those realities to the candidates that are going to find them appealing;
  • Pillar #4 –  Pipeline. The Talent Acquisition Strategist is effective at building a database of potentially qualified, interested and available talent, maintaining a long-term communication strategy and further able to leverage the internal pipeline of competencies that allow organisations to redeploy talent where needed;
  • Pillar #5 – Assess and Select. The Talent Acquisition Strategist is effective at providing expertise on assessment and selection and possesses a thorough understanding of the role’s requirements.

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This two day programme is one of the hottest, most effective programmes for a critical new breed of Talent Acquisition Strategists. It’s happening in Kuala Lumpur this April  and in Sydney this July 2017.

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What then are the challenges you need to address to become a master Talent Acquisition Strategist?

Challenges in Pillar #1 – Align

  • Understanding and applying the right mix of “Build, Buy & Borrow” strategies;
  • Leveraging external labour supply knowledge to drive decision making; and
  • Integrating TA work with other talent leaders to execute on key business strategies.

Challenges in Pillar #2 – Segment

  • Segmenting roles to understand which positions most directly align to strategic execution;
  • Prioritising various roles when executing TA strategies; and
  • Revising Talent Acquisition metrics to understand gaps in delivering the workforce needed for strategic roles.

Challenges in Pillar #3 – Brand

  • Understanding all the touchpoints of the employer brand to gain a clear picture of what it will be like to do a particular job in order to match candidates to culture;
  • Crafting job descriptions and messaging that paint a compelling portrait of this reality; and
  • Matching segments of the candidate target population with the elements of their culture that will offer the best fit based on the differentiators that will matter most to them.

Challenges in Pillar #4 – Pipeline

  • Building a database of potentially qualified, interested and available talent for key strategic roles;
  • Maintaining a long-term communication strategy  based on the principles of market segmentation; and
  • Understanding and leveraging the internal pipeline of competencies that can allow organisations to redeploy talent most effectively to meet talent needs.

Challenges in Pillar #5 – Assess and Select

  • Provide a detailed description of the relative benefits of various assessments types, as well as guidance on the use of each;
  • Know how to get past keywords and generic job qualifications to really understand what will be required to be successful in a role; and
  • Be able to assess for both current and future fit.

All these challenges are addressed in depth in the course. This is the premier credential for professionals seeking a comprehensive, data-driven, customer-centric approach.

Are you ready to get started? Sign up for the next Strategic Talent Acquisition (STA) course in Kuala Lumpur (April 2017) or Sydney (July 2017) 

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The STA Course  – who for, when and where?

  • the premier programme for talent acquisition managers and leaders, recruiting professionals and other HR practitioners who desire to propel their business forward by improving candidate quality, speed to hire, and stakeholder satisfaction;
  • runs from 27 – 28 April 2017 in Kuala Lumpur;
  • runs from 27 – 28 July 2017 in Sydney; and
  • the course is facilitated by senior faculty at HCI, Ron Thomas.

Are you ready to get started? Sign up for the next Strategic Talent Acquisition (STA) course in Kuala Lumpur (April 2017) or Sydney (July 2017) 

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