Do you know that organizations which integrate structured mentoring process into their staff development strategy usually win big as they produce a team of loyal and productive workforce over generations of their organizations’ life cycle? Can your organization boast of effective mentors in its different departments?
The School of Media and Communication has organized talent management forum since 2013. The Forum brings together human capital managers, talent and competence assessment managers, heads of training and development as well as heads of corporate communications for interaction on topical human resource issues. The aim is to keep them abreast of salient competency issues in human resources management so as to help them make the right decisions in the course of their work. Topics change yearly, though a topic may be repeated based on popular request.
The aim of this one-day forum is to shed more light on how to better understand body language as a prominent communication medium used often by employees, so as to improve engagement with staff across all levels in an organization.
Human Capital Managers
Talent and Competence Assessment Managers
Heads of Training & Development
Heads of Corporate Communication