The following information is being sent to you on behalf of Anita Rios, System Director, Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness.
To: Chief Academic Officers
Chief Student Affairs Officers
We currently are in need of campus leaders in academic affairs and student affairs for next year to serve on the Talent Management Steering Committee. The best person to serve in this role would be someone who has interest in how we better attract, retain, and develop people in MnSCU and actively works to provide a perspective from their discipline.
Here is a brief description of the committee’s charge and members responsibilities:
The Talent Management Steering Committee and its members are charged with providing guidance, input, support and assistance to the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities as it implements an integrated talent management strategy. Talent management is defined as a conscious, deliberate approach undertaken to attract, develop and retain people with the aptitude and abilities to meet current and future organizational needs. Talent management focuses on integrating and enhancing key talent processes, such as workforce planning, talent acquisition, performance management, learning and development, leadership development, and succession management.
To fulfill this charge, steering committee members will be tasked with:
1) participating in steering committee discussions
2) serving on one subcommittee of their choice
3) serving as an active liaison with their functional area and/or campus leadership
4) advocating for talent management practices in their home institutions or departments
If you are interested in serving on this committee, please complete the interest form and return it to Anita Rios.
System Director, Talent Management and Organizational Effectiveness
Human Resources Division
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
30 7th Street East, Suite 350
St. Paul, MN 55101
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