TALENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES
Traditional approaches to talent management and succession planning are no longer fit for purpose. Indeed, they have in many cases become part of the problem, being linear system approaches to issues that involve complex, adaptive systems. We work with heads of talent to create flexible, responsive processes that shift accountability and responsibility for self-development and career planning more towards the talented employee.
TALENT MANAGEMENT BENEFITS
A complex, adaptive systems approach to talent management and succession:
- Retains talent longer
- Enables genuine talent to rise rather than sociopaths
- Shifts responsibility for talent development to the individual instead of the organisation
- Greatly increases manpower flexibility
WHAT IS TALENT MANAGEMENT?
Professor David Clutterbuck explains what Talent Management is about.
5 MINUTE BENCHMARK
15 key things your organization can do to make talent management work
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