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Talent Management Excellence Essentials January 2015

10 R’s A ridiculously simple list for growing your team By Melissa Janis 1. Remember that development is a key driver of engagement, motivation and retention; leverage learning to support key outcomes. 2. Request development planning conversations to determine objec-tives and actions that are meaningful to the employee and the business. 3. Refer to development plan objectives throughout the year to convey importance, stay the course, and to enhance learning along the way. 4. Reach out to discuss learning events beforehand to create advanced organizers and set expectations. 5. Remove barriers to participation and honor commitments to attend. 6. Regard failure as a teachable moment; make it safe to try new approaches and skills. 7. Reinforce learning through observation and coaching (ask open ended questions to facilitate problem solving and deliver feedback effectively). 8. Role model employee development by investing in your own development. 9. Rejoice in increased commitment and performance. 10. Rinse and repeat! PM-ITM Melissa Janis is VP, Leadership & Organizational Development at McGraw- Hill Education. She is passionate about creating and implementing innovative development solutions that enable leaders to transition to more effective ap-proaches for interacting with their teams and achieving better outcomes. Email melissa.janis@mheducation.com Follow @MelissaJanis 28 Submit your Articles Talent Management excellence essentials presented by HR.com | 01.2015


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