Establish and strengthen your internal talent pipeline
According to EANJ Talent Management Survey – 70 percent of employers are currently facing a talent shortage that is negatively impacting their business but do not have a talent management strategy or plan to meet the challenge. Year after year they fumble and muddle through, saying that they lack the time or resources to do anything about it. Finally, here is a program for those employers wanting to step up, adapt and succeed.
This comprehensive, credentialed training class provides expert, hands-on instruction to help Talent Managers:
- Build an internal talent pipeline
- Enable flexibility with cross-training
- Effectively coach and mentor
- Transfer knowledge, skills and know-how
- Build employee resiliency and strengthen health and wellness
- Develop a Talent Management Strategic Plan
Based on the world-class German Gold Standard of workforce skills development (Ausbildung der Ausbilder, Train the Trainer), this curriculum is used in 92 countries and is now offered to EANJ members with the German American Chamber of Commerce.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Supervisors and leaders, including HR leaders, who are responsible for getting the best out of employees, workers, and staff on a regular basis.
Upon successful completion participants receive a certification as an internationally-approved trainer.
To finally step up to meet the talent management crisis by fostering internal trainers, teachers and learners who will drive business success.
Eight Virtual Sessions
Sessions are online, 2-hours each, from 10am to 12 noon
Monday October 4, 2021
Wednesday October 6, 2021
Friday October 8, 2021
Wednesday October 13, 2021
Friday October 15, 2021
Monday October 18, 2021
Wednesday October 20, 2021
Friday October 22, 2021
Class size limited to 25 participants
The final day of the program will be a certification exam. Successful participants will receive a Trainer Certificate from the German American Chamber of Commerce.
$750 - EANJ Member;
$1,100 - Non-EANJ Member
All training materials provided
For registration, including potential tuition reimbursement – Contact Matthew Allen, German American Chamber of Commerce