If you missed Maureen Roskoski and Teena Shouse, as they presented “The Future FM Workforce and how to build an integrated talent management plan utilizing proven competency models” presented on Wednesday, September 3rd, 12:00 PM EST.
The presentation covered:
Does your team have the right training and the right skills to support your operations?
Successful facilities managers understand the importance of a strong competent team surrounding them and most are aware of the 11 FM core competencies needed as defined by IFMA. However, knowing is one thing, truly integrating these into the operating competencies in your organization is another. Integration is the key and a competency model is a valuable tool which can help create an integrated talent management system and link it to increased shareholder value. This is always a stress point for facility managers…matching their talents and day-to-day activities to the true value they bring to their organizations.
A competency model will highlight critical competencies and related performances which are critical to your organization. Through the Federal Building Personnel Training Act (FBPTA) and Department of Energy (DOE) case studies you will discover how a competency model becomes the foundation for an integrated talent management system by mapping the competencies to your team’s roles. Through understanding these efforts, you too can create your roadmap to success in talent management in FM.
• Understand how the core competencies associated with a Facility Manager fit in the FM roles in your organization
• Discover how a competency model becomes the foundation for an integrated talent management system
• Identify resources for professional growth in facility management
• Gain a better overall understanding of the maturation process for an FM professional
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