Talent Management is used to create high performance organisations by attracting, developing, motivating and retaining productive employees – to enable an organisation to meet its strategic and operational goals.
With tightened financial restraints, organisations need to ensure that the necessary behaviours, strategies and qualities are in place to improve performance through the complexity, change and challenges of the future.
The three big questions are:
- What business critical leadership is required to deliver the organisations strategy?
- Where in the organisation do you have this talent and where is it missing?
- Will you develop people internally or recruit externally?
Managing needs and expectations of a diverse workforce is a challenge especially as generations differ and technology develops. Once you identify the type of talent that is most critical to lead, recruitment and talent development can take place.
Developing high potential talent is an important strategic tool and providing a clear leadership path that describes how and when they might be able to take the next steps, with increased feedback, help structure the process.
Succession planning can be seen as developing a safety net to protect from risks that may produce gaps in job vacancies and skills. It identifies those critical job roles that may arise through retirement, attrition, business growth, innovation or change – and looks at where and how these roles may be filled. This process helps identify future leaders and begins the development process to produce a pool of talent.
Creating a resilient leadership that is fit for purpose is critical for the future. We can help you research, analyse and implement strategies and processes that will lead change, development and growth ……. helping you get the right people with the right skills in the right place at the right time.
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