Integrated Talent Management Workshop


Integrated Talent Management Workshop
Unika Atma Jaya, September 5 & 12, 2009 (two Saturday in a row)

Workshop Background & Objective

As a new emerging concept, since the last decade Talent Management

has been the focus of attention of Leaders of Organizations and people practicing Human

Resources. It has become a hot topic, much discussed, but unfortunately gained many

misperceptions. In the current changing business environment, managing people is an

strategic effort to overcome the obstacles the business entities are facing. Talent

Management, the proper definition, approaches and implementation is one of the

necessary solutions. The workshop is aimed to equip participants with a clear cut

understanding on Integrated Talent Management and the knowledge, approach and proper

implementation of it.

Who Should Attend
• Manager, Supervisor, Specialist of Human Resources
• Human Resources General Practitioners

• Human Resources Professionals

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
1. Understand Integrated Talent Management
2. Learn ways to identify talents, to develop Talent Management programs and establish

a Talent Pool
3. Use tools to manage and develop Talents
4. Implement performance systems for talents
5. Implement Talent Development programs
6. Understand ways for Talent Acquisition and Retention

Workshop methods:
• Short instructions, Exercises, Case studies, Hands-on practices, Simulation/role

play, as required.

Workshop content outline:
1. Overview of Integrated Talent Management
2. Talent Acquisition
a. Identifying the Needs
b. Talent Scouting
c. Challenges to minimize the gap between users and HR Dept
d. Strategies to face the talent acquisition challenges in the Indonesian market
3. Talent Development
a. Nurturing Talents
b. Developing Key Talents:
c. Establish Talent Pool
d. Talent Development Program
i. Internal Talent (Key Talents)
ii. Fresh-blood : Management Trainee
e. Assess the competencies of Talent

f. IDP : Developing and Monitoring
g. Monitoring the Talent Pool
4. Talent Retention
a. Retention Strategy
i. Retention Program
ii. Remuneration Strategy for Talent Retention
iii. Examples of Talent Retention
b. Prepare for future Talent Development

Investment: Rp 3.400.000 per person (includes 10% VAT, workshop

materials, certificate, drinks, snacks, and lunch).


Santoso Widjaja, currently Partner of SRW&Co, a leading

people management consulting firm, with 20 years of well-rounded experienced in HR.

Previous management positions in Holcim and Charoen Pokphand and consulting experience

in Accenture and PriceWaterhouseCoopers with, clients were multinational and big

companies both local and overseas,
Sandra Sahupala: Last position was HR Director at PT Coca Cola Indonesia,

previously Vice President HR at PT Nestle Indonesia, Vice President at HSBC Indonesia.

More than 15 years of experience handling Human Resources matters.