Director - Talent Management

Leadership Stage,India
  • Bangalore
  • 15-25 lakh
  • 12-20 years
  • 05 Dec 2015

  • Senior Management-HR

  • Management Consulting
Job Description

The ideal candidate should have the ability to operate as part of a global team, be pro-active and anticipate issues before they arise, liaise with internal colleagues and clients, external vendors and enjoy working in a dynamic environment.
They should be able to focus on detail while being able to think quickly on their feet and demonstrate flexibility.
The candidate must be experienced in all areas of the learning cycle with a high level of skill in identifying needs, design and implementation.
Develop an understanding of the business, commercial, and cultural context
Work with HR colleagues to identify and analyze learning needs and methods
Determine appropriate solutions, for both individual clients, and Firmwide audiences
Design and develop stand alone and integrated training solutions, internally or partnering with vendors, that are practical, enduring and relevant
Facilitate learning discussions and training programs
Work with regional and global counterparts to ensure consistency of content and roll out global initiatives across the region

Skills Required : -

Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Needs assessment and instructional design methodologies (with an emphasis on self-directed methodologies)
Project Management skills
Strong interpersonal skills
Highly collaborative
Manages ambiguity
Builds strong working relationships across matrix structures
Some knowledge of Organizational Development methodologies
Proven track record in the design, development and implementation of learning solutions
Prior L&D/OD consulting experience, ideally in financial services or similar environment
Familiar with a range of training/Organization Development methodology and delivery mechanisms

Competencies/Skill sets for this job

Talent Management Learning Training L&D OD

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