Talent Management Business Partner (Director), Marketplace & Services
The Talent Management Business Partner serves as the lead talent strategist for the Marketplace & Services divisions. This individual will supercharge Expedia Group’s (EG) impact by developing and driving the divisional talent agenda in alignment/ support of the business strategy and People Plan. In this role you’ll bring imagination and creativity in how we think, act, and talk about (and to) talent for Marketplace & Services. Through a mindset and culture of individual ownership you will work with Business Partner Leads, People Team CoE’s, and senior and executive leaders to solve talent and organizational health challenges.
What You’ll Do :
Lead the development and execution of a business aligned talent strategy & roadmap to identify, grow, mobilize and retain Marketplace & Services critical and key talent
Be a strategic thought partner and advisor to BPs to help think through and solve talent and org health challenges, while also challenging current ways of thinking
Collaborate with the People Pod (divisional people team) to support the end-to-end talent agenda, delivery of performance cycles, organizational effectiveness, and change and transformation programs
Support Marketplace & Services leaders in proactively managing the talent pipeline to ensure we future proof the business to have the talent available to meet future growth and adapt to the changing environment
Partner with Talent Product Owners to share the talent landscape for Marketplace & Services, including product successes and improvement opportunities, while supporting methods for ensuring quality, business impact, scalability and sustainability
Deep dive into the Org Health data to uncover internal talent trends (e.g., talent movement, succession plans, development experiences, etc.) to drive informed decision making. Identify external work/workforce changes and anticipate/predict how this will impact the talent management approach
Ensure business relevance with a test and learn approach – so decisions are made based on experiments and data rather than opinion
Facilitate talent discussions/ reviews and talent planning; act as a talent broker in order to create diverse slates for critical roles and leadership positions
Identify appropriate metrics to measure the effectiveness of talent management initiatives in partnership with People Analytics
Consult with People Team CoE’s to ensure coordination across the talent lifecycle in Compensation, People Team Tech, Analytics, Learning, Business Partners, etc.
Build talent bench strength and organizational capabilities to deliver our business strategy in a way that demonstrates our company values and elevates our talent to meet future needs
Focus on aspirational goals, intentional onboarding, development experiences and talent moves that are aligned with our business strategy and drive high performance
Adopt enterprise talent identification practices to better know employee capabilities, aspirations, future potential, and ensure we have our best people against our bigger opportunities
Who You Are:
Bachelor's in Computer Science or related technical field; or Equivalent related professional experience
8+ years of proven experience and capability in Talent Management, Leadership Development or Organizational Development
Prior experience in management consulting or Advanced degree in I/O psych (or similar)
Experience with talent assessment and development models, exec coaching (including certifications)
Possess a bias toward action with the ability to navigate ambiguity and get things done in a highly collaborative and fast-paced environment
Analytical thinker and strategic problem-solver, with the aim to cut through complexity and turn high-level business requirements and opportunities into effective, impactful talent experiences
Have a strong ability to build cross-functional relationships with clear skills in communication, facilitation, and change management; comfortable consulting and influencing at all levels
An ambassador for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging, who actively integrates DEIB into talent practices/ solutions as part of the business context and growth agenda
A storyteller: able to build and clearly communicate a vision and strategy. Skilled thought-leader, confident
About Expedia Group
Expedia Group (NASDAQ: EXPE) powers travel for everyone, everywhere through our global platform. Driven by the core belief that travel is a force for good, we help people experience the world in new ways and build lasting connections. We provide industry-leading technology solutions to fuel partner growth and success, while facilitating memorable experiences for travelers. Expedia Group's family of brands includes: Brand Expedia®, Hotels.com®, Expedia® Partner Solutions, Vrbo®, trivago®, Orbitz®, Travelocity®, Hotwire®, Wotif®, ebookers®, CheapTickets®, Expedia Group™ Media Solutions, Expedia Local Expert®, CarRentals.com™, and Expedia Cruises™.
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