In today’s fast-paced world of constant change, there’s greater competition for the best and brightest employees.
Finding talent costs time and money; loosing talent to the competition loses both knowledge and money.
The challenges of recruiting and retaining exceptional employees is unlikely to improve.
The middle-aged baby boomers, who made up the largest portion of employees are retiring. And the generation that follows is smaller and less likely to be loyal to any organisation that does not provide challenge and development opportunities.
Able, motivated and engaged employees are a company’s greatest asset. But these skills and attitudes do not develop and grow overnight; they need to be planned and managed.
DEVELOPING TALENT takes a fresh look at the role of employee, manager and organisational brand in building a committed, highly competent and brand aware team.