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[Webinar] How to Increase Employee Engagement through Competency-Based Talent Management

Interested in driving up the employee engagement within your organization?

If your answer is yes, then you won’t want to miss this three part webinar series that is devoted to helping you increase employee engagement by integrating competencies in numerous talent management processes, such as talent acquisition, performance management, learning & development and career development.

Many organizations understand that there can be huge benefits to implementing a competency-based approach to acquiring and managing talent, but often don’t know how or where to start.

HR professionals attending this webinar will learn:

  • What competencies are
  • The benefits of competencies and why they are important to organizational success and employee engagement
  • The best practices in competency-based management
  • How competencies are used to support talent management
  • To make informed decisions about how to implement or enhance an integrated CBM approach in your organization

Our webinar series is based on over three decades of work, gathering best practices and lessons learned from organizations that have used competencies to drive employee engagement. We will share our experience with you through practical examples from numerous case studies.

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For more information on how an integrated competency framework can benefit your organization, please view:

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