Talent Management & Development Manager, Americas

Wellington Management   •  

Boston, MA

11 - 15 years

Posted 240 days ago

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Primary responsibilities will include: 

·   Design, development and execution of talent development initiatives to support the Americas talent needs of our global business

·   Liaison with the EMEA and APAC HR teams, specifically collaborating with the EMEA based Talent Management & Development Manager, to ensure alignment and sharing of best practices for the talent development initiatives across our global business

·   Working with the global HR relationship managers and the talent management team to implement our global talent management processes, for example; talent assessment and succession planning, performance management and engagements surveys

·   Working with the Head of Talent Management & Development, based in the US, to build and improve our global talent management processes specifically improving our talent analytics capability

·   Providing internal coaching to identified teams and individuals

·   Working with HR to provide support for key initiatives, for example change leadership, facilitation, team development, diversity & inclusion

·   Where required, providing facilitation for teams and delivering assessment training using tools such as MBTI, Hogan and HBDi.



·   Bachelor degree required. Masters preferred

·   10 - 12 years of experience working within talent management space with experience in designing and delivering bespoke learning solutions

·   Experience of designing and delivering business relevant development programs for target audiences using strong business acumen, instructional design principles and knowledge of adult learning

·   Strong experience in project management and consulting methodology

·   Executive coaching certification and experience

·   Current knowledge of leading edge trends within the field of talent management and organizational effectiveness

·   Strong relationship building skills with a proven ability to engage, consult and facilitate senior level audiences in talent development topics

·   Ability to negotiate and partner with external vendors

·   Proficient written and verbal communication skills, and advanced Microsoft office skills (PowerPoint and Excel).

·   Financial service or professional services experience preferred