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Critical Thinking in Human Resource Development

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The aim of this module is to develop a knowledge and understanding of a 'talent management' approach to the management and development of people in contemporary organisational contexts. The meaning, nature and application of a talent management approach in an organisational context across various sectors, and at national and international levels, will be explored. This exploration will develop an understanding of the issues and challenges in attracting, selecting, utilising, rewarding and developing talent. To specifically explore the theme of talent development students will undertake a self-reflective exercise on their own development experiences. This activity will allow students the opportunity to apply theoretical concepts of learning and evaluate their impact on talent development whilst exploring their own talent development.

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Talent management and retention strategies in luxury hotels: evidence from four countries

According to a recent study from Bersin by Deloitte Carroll et al. It was also reported that the number of training hours per employee rose from In this light, this essay strives to explain the importance of the evaluation of talent management practices by contrasting and comparing different ways of monitoring and evaluating the impact and success of these whilst considering possible issues related to fairness, ethics and diversity. It aims to provide a comprehensive and in-depth analysis, yet it is naturally bounded by the constraint scope ofwords. Organisational performance, however, is connected to various measures and goals depending e.

The purpose of this paper is to provide a definition of talent and talent management in the luxury hotel sector with a focus on talent retention strategies. A qualitative approach was used and 27 face-to-face semi-structured interviews were conducted with managers in luxury hotels in four countries the USA, the UK, Australia and Greece. Talent retention strategies in luxury hotels include a friendly, family-oriented and open access culture, teamwork, compensation, succession planning and training and development.

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Comparison of Talent Management Evaluation Methods

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  1. Ashley C.

    According to Stewart and Rigg (), people learn in different styles and at different levels, ranging from the acquisition of new knowledge and information or​.

  2. Ashley M.

    the influence of Globalisation Stewart and Rigg () argue that globalisation represents a significant component of the external context of HRD.

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