The future-oriented model, which can be personalized, reflects the field of talent development now and into the future.
It responds to those trends affecting talent development, such as digital transformation, data analytics, information availability, and partnerships between talent development and business. It also anticipates a future workplace transformed by artificial intelligence and a workforce composed of part-time and contract workers.
DOMAINS OF PRACTICE
Research shows that successful talent development professionals need knowledge and skills from three domains of practice.
Building Personal Capabilities
Developing Professional Capabilities
Impacting Organizational Capabilities
What capabilities talent development professionals should know and do to be successful. Knowledge and skill statements outline specific content required for successful and effective practice of talent development.
23 capabilities within the three domains
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Take a Self-Assessment
Individuals can self-assess against the capabilitiy statements to identify their personal knowledge and skill gaps
Self-Assessment Tracking Sheet