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Talent management strategy: Are you building your competitors’ talent pipeline?

As organisations look to drive growth in challenging markets, they recognise the need – in their talent management strategies - for a strong bench of rising talent that evolves with the shifting needs of the business. Our research shows that organisations with stronger leadership gain double the revenue and profit growth compared to companies with weaker leadership. This means that developing effective leadership from talent programmes has to be an imperative for both public and private organisations. How do you identify your high-potential (HiPo) individuals? What is the probable ROI of HiPo programmes? Will these high flyers stay with the business?


How to handle personal and corporate values in your employee management process

Most of us have an intrinsic set of personal values and established companies subscribe to a set of corporate values. So shouldn't this be a 'match made in heaven' and make your employee management processes so much easier? You would think this would be the case, however many employees frequently feel that their personal values are being compromised and countless companies are of the opinion that some of their employees are working against their corporate values. Why does this happen?


Creative consciousness: Tap in or tap out

You spend 80%of your time at work, which means that to ensure your employees are productive and perform well in your employee management practices you need to get into the right head space. In other words, you have to allow them the space to develop their creative consciousness. But what is creative consciousness and how can they tap into it?


Bring your organisation’s strategy to life…

… and revitalise your talent management strategy

Organisations can dramatically enhance the return on investment from new business systems by investing in user-adoption programmes to embed new business processes into their cultures and workflows, and breathe new life into their talent management strategy. How is this possible?


What to do when your employees’ personal lives interfere with their work lives

As a manager, you tread a very fine line between sympathising with your employees and getting the best you can out of them for the benefit of the business: if you put a put a foot wrong you risk damaging your working relationship – and not being able to fix it. So where do you strike the balance?