Beyond Talent Development: Managers as Talent Leaders

There’s a war going on, and many companies are fighting it—and losing. It’s a war to attract and retain great talent. While projected economic growth is fueling demand, companies of all sizes are finding it difficult to get and keep skilled employees. What can be done to stop this talent crisis? Organizations must make talent management a top priority. Find out how this simple tactic can lead your organization to victory.

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Unlimited gourmet food, lunchtime massages, and an onsite gym may be nice perks, but they often have little direct effect on employee engagement. Often companies only think of giving employees more tangible objects in an effort to retain top-notch talent. But a majority of the time what employees are looking for isn't an increased salary or more company benefits—they want a sense of community, opportunity to grow in their field, and a culture that inspires them. It's time for companies to think... Read More

Why Your Nonexistent Talent Management Strategy Is Costing You Money—and How to Fix It

The cost of not investing in true talent management is high—higher than you may think. Without a true talent management strategy—one that unifies recruiting, onboarding, learning, performance, and succession—your company is losing money.

Spreadsheets and Word documents can’t tell you who is ready for succession, who is high performing but not high potential, or what competencies you need, based on current performers, for each new position. Productivity software wasn’t designed to give you... Read More

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