Workday Talent & Performance Training
Workday Talent and Performance provides an introduction to Workday’s talent and performance management process, walking you through its steps for creating, monitoring and assessing talent data within Workday. In the course you will also use its tools for identifying top performers, setting development plans and measuring progress against goals.
This course covers best practices for employee feedback management and coaching conversations. In particular, this topic encompasses various Workday talent types as well as techniques for recognizing high potential employees. The course offers extensive material covering many other related subjects – but these topics may include but aren’t limited to:
Difference Between Performance Management and Traditional Reviews [TPPs] A performance manager sets goals and objectives for employees before measuring employee performance; provides feedback; measures employee progress over time; provides development plans; creates employee plans.
Tracking employee career pathways.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, Workday provides an effective performance management system
Organizations can efficiently manage talent development with Workday Talent and Performance’s cloud-based application, enabling top talents to be easily identified and developed with its centralised view of personnel data. In addition, its features for reviewing performance as well as keeping an eye on goals and objectives enable organizations to stay organized when managing talent development within an organisation.
In the workplace, talent pools refers to groups of qualified individuals that can fill an open position within an organisation. Internal talent pools consist of existing workers while external talent pools contain individuals not currently associated with your organisation.
Managers and staff members alike can utilize Workday Talent Profile for accessing individual talents, experiences, and performance ratings in one convenient place – providing managers with essential data they can use when hiring or making career decisions.
Talent optimisation refers to the process of recruiting, training and retaining only top employees for any organisation. In Workday this involves devising an evaluation system which measures employee abilities and potential evaluation as well as opportunities for personal and career advancement and succession plans while engaging workers directly within their jobs.
- Talent Management Overview
- Talent Attributes
- Career Development
- Populating Worker Talent Data
- Talent Calibration
- Using Talent Data
- Talent Overview
- Talent Reviews
- Succession Planning
- Touch Points
- Competency Basics
- Set Up and Create Competencies
- Set Expected Competency Levels
- Updating Competencies
- Comparing Competencies
- Generating a Talent Card
- Performance Management Overview
- Goal Management
- Employee Review Overview
- Employee Review Configuration
- Employee Review Transactions
- Performance Calibration
- Performance Reporting
- Configure succession values.
- Assess a worker’s potential.
- Complete a talent review.
- Create and manage succession plans.
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