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Save the Children needed to build a leadership team and an engaged workforce with the right competencies. They decided on an integrated approach to talent management that included competency modeling, performance management, learning management, and succession planning solutions. Learn how it allowed the organization to develop a leadership pipeline, enhance skills, and create a more engaged workforce.

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