Creating A Superior Talent Development Model To Prepare Future Leaders In The Era Of Change

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M. Aditya Warman , Syamsul Maarif , Anggraini Sukmawati , Joko Affandi


Talent management is the solution to boosting companies’ competitiveness and value creation. This has motivated leaders in all organizations to find, hire, develop, and retain existing potential as a result of the various benefits provided by these workers. Therefore, this research was conducted to formulate a talent management development model using the Interpretative Structural Modeling (ISM) method. The results showed that the sectors of society affected by the program are superior talents and emphasized the need to improve their leadership potential. Meanwhile, the main obstacle was the leader’s awareness of the importance of improving such employees, while the possible changes involved accelerating their readiness. The aim of the program was to enhance the availability of superior talents to become future leaders, while the benchmark for assessing the achievement of this goal was their success ratio in strategic positions. Furthermore, the activity needed was the development of soft competency standards. The results were evaluated using the level of implementation of the BPJS Ketenagakerjaan (Employment Social Security) program.

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