Talent Management

Talent management has become a strategic necessity for the organization to optimize the role of human resources. Talent management is conducted by using problem analysis, development, and utilization of sustainable talent to meet business needs. Talent management goal is to develop a competitive advantage through the utilization of a group of employees to achieve optimal performance. It could be done from within organization or could be started from the talent scouting.

A.Talent Mapping

Talent mapping is an activity to map human resources competencies in the organization. Organizations would like to know the map of competency of existing human resources as compared to their performance. Thus, the organization will obtain a portray of human resources competencies into nine quadrants. The results of this mapping can be used for various needs, including the development strategy of talented individuals and persons who have a weakness in several respects. Also, management needs to know the gap between the competencies of existing human resources and the needs for gaining high-performance.

In general, talent mapping activities carried out to get individuals who meet certain competencies to perform a job with the authority and responsibility in a position level. The objective of the assessment is employee behavior effectiveness. Therefore, institutions are required to carefully place individual (person) who are attached with authority in a role (role) and the responsibilities of a position (position).

B. Talent Pool

Talent pool is a group of people who rated talented, able to demonstrate superior or extraordinary performance, being a role model for other employees, and behave in accordance with the values espoused by a company. Talent pool is aimed to help an organization to create and sustain organizational excellence through a proactive effort identifying and putting the real talents at key positions in the organization. The principle of the talent pool is placing people who have a moderate or high competence to support the performance expected of the organization.

Ideally, an organization has some human resources that will be developed in accordance with the company’s strategy. Therefore, management needs to encompass the best candidate group to follow this talent management program. Group best candidates, represented in a quadrant 6, 7, 8, and 9 whereby they are categorized as a potential employee to be included in the talent management program.

C. Talent Scouting

In order to meet the individual needs to be placed in a program (e.g., education, health, and industry), company or institution run a quest for a superior candidate that are scattered throughout the archipelago. During this time HR-Qis has shown good cooperation as a partner to map individual potentials and refines the seeds of excellence through talent scouting services.

Talent scouting is aimed to obtain a high quality candidate form schools, universities, relevant institutions, and vocational institutions. HR-Qis has been conducting a psychological assessment to collect the best candidate in every region in Indonesia to be placed in several national and multinational companies.

D. Work Readiness Soft skill

These following are some activities related to vocational maturity of job seekers such as workshops and training that has been conducted by HR-Qis in the last five years:

  1. Workshop of Work Orientation
  2. Workshop of Job Hunting Strategy
  3. Workshop of Work Interview
  4. Workshop of Psychological Assessment