Roshan Thiran, a former Director of Global Talent Management of Johnson & Johnson who is now the CEO of Leaderonomics shares on how talent management can be utilised to unleash an employee’s maximum potential.
Roshan Thiran debunks the misconception of talent management where it is misunderstood as training.
Retention, a piece of talent management, varies according to different individuals.
There are companies in Malaysia that have made major inroads in HR through:
- the building of performance systems
- succession planning
- talent reviews
Furthermore, since companies in Malaysia are already good in the ‘process pieces’, what they need to do or focus on is the ‘execution pieces’.
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Roshan is CEO of the Leaderonomics Group. He believes that everyone can be a leader and make a dent in the universe, in their own special ways. To engage with him deeper, go to www.Facebook.com/roshanthiran.leaderonomics