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TMI/Wharton Global Fellow Program in Talent Management

Program Overview

For today’s HR professionals seeking to become tomorrow’s business leaders, the TMI/Wharton Global Fellow Program in Talent Management is a transformational experience designed to help them reach their goals.

This highly selective year long program brings together some of the world’s preeminent HR thought leaders and practitioners to explore the dynamic discipline of talent management. It is designed to move beyond today’s HR status quo, examining cutting-edge research and developing powerful new best practices. Participants who successfully complete all requirements of this rigorous program will be awarded the TMI/Wharton Global Fellow of Talent Management credential.

Read more about the Experience & Impact »

Program Highlights & Benefits

In the TMI/Wharton Global Fellow Program, you will:

  • Use Wharton’s knowledge to refine, strengthen, and expand your perspective for leveraging talent in leading organizations through flux
  • Enrich your philosophy and understanding of building enduring organizations and businesses through the latest in HR and talent management
  • Experience the transformative personal and professional development essential for moving from HR leadership to high-impact organizational leadership
  • Harness the Wharton experience for developing a powerful network of fellow global HR leaders
  • Earn the Global Fellow of Talent Management credential from Wharton, one of the world’s most -esteemed business schools, and TMI, the world’s most trusted talent management standards and credentialing body

Contact Us

For more information, please contact David Heckman, Senior Director, Global Partnerships.

+1.215.573.0867  

TMI/Wharton Global Fellow Program in Talent Management participants
Talent Management Institute

August 6 - 10, 2018$23,250

Philadelphia, PA

Download the program schedule, including session details.

There are two Wharton residential MasterClasses built into this program. The MasterClass 1 is held in Stage 3 of the program, while MasterClass 2 is held in the final Stage 6. The dates listed above are for the Wharton residential MasterClass 1, conducted in Stage 3 of this program. The dates for MasterClass 2 are declared at the end of the MasterClass 1.

This is a six-stage program — all stages mandatory for all participants. The first stage is self-study, while stages 2 and 5 are online

The program fee includes lodging and meals during the two Wharton residential program visits. For more details on prices and start dates, please see the Experience and Impact section or visit the TMI website. Prices are subject to change.

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Experience & Impact

The TMI/Wharton Global Fellow Program in Talent Management comprises six learning stages covering 30 courses that may be completed over 12 to 15 months. The program includes two visits to the Wharton School for residential Master Classes. A Global Fellow Certification examination is held at the completion of Master Class 2, and the Global Fellow of Talent Management credential is awarded to participants who successfully complete all program requirements. Participants also get to earn the TMI/Wharton Associate Fellow of Talent Management credential after completing the stage 3 of this six-stage program. This credential will automatically expire once participants earn the Global Fellow of Talent Management credential.

Highly selective, the program is limited to 30 high-potential HR professionals. Participants will develop greater confidence as leaders, more capable of facing the range of professional challenges inherent to a dynamically changing workplace. Participants will also build a strong network of high-achieving peers that continues to provide guidance and support long after the program has ended.

Please visit TMI's website to read about the detailed course structure.


Talent Management Institute

This program is developed in partnership with the Talent Management Institute, a global leader in talent management credentialing for executives and organizations. TMI also provides research-based standards and frameworks that support the integration of talent management into both organizational HR practices and managerial and leadership responsibilities.

Who Should Attend

Applicants to the Global Fellow Program have already achieved a high level of professional success. They may be HR executives (including CHROs), academics, researchers, educators, or consultants. All applicants meet the work experience and education requirements of one of two candidacy tracks, and seek admittance to the program to accelerate their personal and professional growth.

Candidacy Tracks

There are four tracks for senior HR professionals from diverse backgrounds and experiences to earn the TMI-Wharton Global Fellow credential:

Global Fellow Track 1
The Requirement:
Master's Degree/Master's Level Diploma in HRM/Business/Management/Related Disciplines from an accredited institution.

The applicant should have completed the TMI-Wharton Associate Fellow in Talent Management program successfully and passed all prescribed assessments.

Global Fellow Track 2
Minimum Qualification Required:
Bachelor’s Degree/Master's Level Diploma in HRM/ Business/Management/ Related Disciplines from an accredited institution.

Minimum Work Experience:
15 years or more, with a minimum of 10 years in an HR sub-function(s)

Global Fellow Track 3
Minimum Qualification Required:
Master's Degree/Master's Level Diploma in HRM/Business/Management/Related Disciplines from an accredited institution.

Minimum Work Experience:
12 years or more, with a minimum of 7 years in an HR sub-function(s)

Global Fellow Track 4
Minimum Qualification Required:
Doctorate/PhD/Fellow in any aspect of HRM from an accredited institution.

Minimum Work Experience:
10 years or more in an HR sub–function(s) or related function(s).

Fluency in English, written and spoken, is required for participation in Wharton executive education programs unless otherwise indicated.

Group Enrollment

To further leverage the value and impact of this program, we encourage companies to send cross-functional teams of executives to Wharton. We offer group enrollment benefits to companies sending four or more participants.

Faculty

Peter Cappelli, DPhil   See Faculty Bio

Academic Director

George W. Taylor Professor of Management; Director, Center for Human Resources, The Wharton School

Research Interests: Human-resource practices, public policy related to employment, talent and performance management

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