Do you have a talent management strategy? Do all your talent activities integrate, utilising the same language and aligned with your organisational strategy?
To develop a talent strategy requires realistic understanding of what you have now – and where your business is going. We’ll share with you tools and techniques to get this understanding quickly.
We’ll make use of a range of approaches: exploration sessions, strategy days, talent audits, questionnaires and meetings with stakeholders. All to gather opinions on the organisation’s talent.
Articulating the talent vision is a skill and an art. For some this is an easy task, for others, very difficult. We know how to help in this and you’ll end up with a talent vision aligned with your business vision.
We’ll look at the distance between the current and the future talent needs. We’ll share tools to consider blindspots, barriers and blockages and work out how to address these. The implications will be discussed, action plans written and the talent management strategy created.
A central tenet to the way we work is developing our clients’ capability. We are not about creating a dependency on us as consultants. We look to share and transfer our knowledge so you can develop, shape and implement your strategy so you’re not left high and dry.
Developing a talent management strategy:
27 January 2017
New Year always comes with a plan. Typically it will include a raft of things that need to be achieved in the coming year but also has some of those ‘where-to-start?’ projects that you know are important but in reality you don’t really know how to take the first step of wary that it’ll consume too much time! Your Talent Management approach may be one of those such projects.
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01 July 2016
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