Imperial College London sets out the mission statement for its talent development strategy as a framework and mechanism for investment in staff and the building of a culture of learning and high performance; also as a contribution to managing diversity and to the college’s branding agenda and employer-of-choice status.
The aims of the strategy are to:
The strategy currently encompasses two talent development frameworks, the goals of which are:
Managers regard the programmes run under the strategy as critical to the identification, development and retention of talented staff. Although participation in the programmes does not guarantee promotion, it does provide opportunities for professional development.
Providing different kinds of opportunities to support the development of new or refresh existing skills.
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