Tess uses Workforce Planning to engage businesses in having a more outward facing approach to employment and the community.
Good Workforce Planning will see organisations targeting and packaging work differently – embracing the diversity of age, experiences and attitudes, as well as ethnicity and gender.
Such practices shift the focus of Talent Acquisition from reacting to business needs, to partnering with decision makers proactively, identifying challenges and opportunities to making a difference.
Tess enjoys working with the leading organisations that take up this challenge. This event is suited to TA Manager and above.
About Talent Risk Management –
Talent Risk Management is a boutique consulting firm founded by Tess Walton. Tess is a human capital strategist, practising futurist and workforce planning practitioner. Tess’ Strategic Workforce Planning methodology has won an Australian HR Leadership Award, is the premise of the Human Capital Institute SWP Certification program and is being used throughout Australia, NZ UK and US.
Tess uses Workforce Planning to engage businesses in having a more outward facing approach to employment and the community. Good Workforce Planning will see organisations targeting and packaging work differently – embracing the diversity of age, experiences and attitudes, as well as ethnicity and gender. Such practices have the potential to reduce the number of dependents in society and thus have a significant financial and social impact for the community. Tess enjoys working with the leading organisations that take up this challenge.
About Tess –
Tess Walton is a human capital strategist, practising futurist and strategic workforce planning practitioner that has been working with organisations to ready their workforce for the future. In her 15 years + experience in this field Tess has been engaged by many leading organisations locally and globally to develop their workforce planning processes and metrics – including Aetna Health, ANZ Banking Group, AQIS, Australia Post, Australian Unity, Bupa, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, KPMG/BearingPoint, Deakin University, Kiwi Bank, Lendlease, Leidos, NSW Auditor General’s Office, NZ Inland Revenue, NZ Post, NZ State Services Commission, NZ Transport Agency, NZ Customs, Toyota, Starbucks, Stockland, and Westpac to name a few..
Tess advocates that her clients only engage consultants where and as required, and in any engagement she focuses not just on delivering, but on skills transfer to internal resources to develop internal capability and therefore sustainable practices rather than a one off event. Further, Tess’ experience in this field recognises that, no two organisation’s workforce situations are the same – each issue is experienced differently by different organisations, thus Workforce Planning, People analytics and Talent Acquisition requires a tailored approach to factor in the organisation’s DNA. Tess’ approach ensures that the Workforce Planning framework is designed to suit her client’s needs according to their culture, resource capacity and capability, timings, budget, data availability and project sponsorship. This approach is strongly supported by creating milestones so that the deployment, activity, and investment is incremental, as well as highly consultative but not onerously.
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