Making Competencies the Foundation of Talent Management 

2:00-3:00 PM, Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018

Developing and managing competencies is the most under-developed of the talent management processes, according to 2017 Brandon Hall Group research. Almost two-thirds of organizations either do not utilize competencies or are still defining and developing their competency programs. But if developed and utilized correctly, competencies can serve as a strong foundation for the entire talent management lifecycle. Organizations with fully developed competency programs are two- to three-times more likely to have success in improving organizational and individual performance and a host of other KPIs.
It all starts with developing a common language and organization-wide understanding of competencies and their benefits. Less than one-third of organizations have a universally accepted definition, and common language, around competencies.
Why you should attend:

  • Learn the latest research and leading practices in establishing an approach toward competency development and management.

  • Hear success stories and lessons learned from Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards winners and other competency experts.

  • Receive a self-assessment tool to determine the maturity of your competency development process and readiness for improvement.

  • You’ll have access to Brandon Hall Group analysts at our ask-the-expert station to answer questions and gain further insights.



Claude Werder
Vice President/Research Operations and Principal HCM Analyst
Brandon Hall Group

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Andy Webb

Director of Training
Applied Industrial Technologies

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Tyler Clapp

Employee Training Manager
Audi of America

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