DEVELOPING HUMAN CAPITAL, CULTURAL AGILITY, AND GLOBAL TALENT MANAGEMENT

Objectives

To develop an understanding of the psychological aspects around human capital development, cultural agility, and the impact and effectiveness of different global talent management strategies.

Description

This course explores the interaction between personality, leadership types, and individual learning styles. Course participants will evaluate the psychological concept of talent and study the criteria for attracting, retaining and developing talent globally. Participants will also consider the effectiveness and fairness of global talent management strategies and their impact at individual and organizational levels.

Target audience

Depending on the background of the participants, the course is suitable for intermediate to advanced levels in the broader field of learning and development, and especially (strategic) human resource development. This course is especially valuable for participants interested in cultural aspects of global talent management (with a focus on Japan).

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course participants will be able to:

  1. Critically evaluate criteria for global talent management effectiveness
  2. Discuss the construct of talent
  3. Critically evaluate factors which contribute to success and failure in learning and development
  4. Review the implications of cultural personal development and organizational success

Course Introduction

This course is designed as an introduction to the psychology of people management and elaborates on how to develop staff in a global, dynamic and competitive environment.

The course is structured into the following lessons:

Course structure Lesson
Section C1: The Psychology of Talent and Giftedness
–       Operationalization of the Concept of Talent Management C1
Section C2: Identifying Talent, Competencies, and Appraisal
–       Individual and Collective Talent C2
–       The Role of Job Analysis in Global Talent Management C3
Section C3: Developing Human Capital: Success and Failure in Learning
–       Developing Human Capital: Success and Failure in Learning C4
–       Cultural Intelligence (CQ) C5
Section C4: Mobility and Cultural Agility
–       Mobility and Global Talent Management C6
–       The Development of Cultural Agility C7
Section C5: Global Mindset
–       Global Mindset in Japan C8
–       Global Talent Management Between Globalization and Tradition (At the Example of China) C9
–       Social Capital in Global Citizenship C10
Section C6: Global Talent Management Strategies
–       What do Younger Talents Want? C11
–       The Benefits of Reverse Mentoring C12
–       Global Talent Gender Gap C13
–       Overcoming Language Barriers C14
–       Promoting Cross-Cultural Cooperativeness C15
Section C7: Developing Cultural Empathy
–       Developing Cultural Empathy C16
–       How Cultures Shapes Different Types of Empathy C17

 

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