- Human Resources
- Band 8b
- Full time 37.5 Hours per week
- King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Denmark Hill
- £53,561 - £64,686 per annum inc HCA
- 28/05/2018 23:59
This post is an exciting role directly linked to King’s Workforce Strategy, supporting the development of strong, capable leadership at all levels of the organisation and implementing a talent approach which enables us to attract and retain the best and build our capability for the future.
The main scope of this role is to:
- Design, develop and deliver the leadership development agenda for King’s, ensuring that the organisation has the leadership capability and capacity to deliver its strategic objectives
- To lead on the continued development and implementation of the talent management and succession planning approach for King’s and key interventions associated with this, including coaching, mentoring and 360 degree feedback
- Work with heads of profession to design, develop and implement career pathways for all staff groups to support the leadership and talent agenda.
The post-holder will engage with Executive Directors, Divisional Directors, and heads of profession in order to shape and develop the leadership and talent approaches, and work in collaboration with colleagues in the HR, OD, Learning and Development and Professional Education teams – as well as line managers at all levels - to deliver and implement the approaches.
You will have experience in designing high-quality leadership development interventions, from first line manager to strategic/Executive level, as well as expertise in developing evaluation, RoI, KPIs and impact measures for organisational and individual leadership, management development and talent management activities.
Ideally you will also have experience of rolling out a systematic talent management approach across a large organisation, as well as being an experienced coach, mentor and facilitator.
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Marita.firstname.lastname@example.org, Associate Director of Learning and Organisational Development.