A company’s long-term success largely depends on its ability to recruit, develop, and retain the right people in the right roles. To achieve this objective, Human Resources and Line of Business leaders need to collectively engage in a strategic workforce planning process that directly links its talent management strategy to its broader corporate strategy. This planning process is critical, particularly when many companies are now confronted with the growing talent shortage. HR leaders are finding it difficult to acquire the talent required for today’s operational needs, and too few claim to have a clear and actionable plan for long-term staffing success.
November 6, 2013 | Brian Kramer, Marta Vasquez, Debbie Slocum, Nancy Martini
According to a recent study by Bersin by Deloitte, organizations using talent analytics see significant financial, leadership, and recruitment returns. Attend this webcast to learn how the right “assessment mix” of skill and behavior-based measures can yield actionable data that can be used to gain a competitive advantage.
The Role of Behavioral Data to Develop High Performing Teams
The importance of teams is based on the premise that you will always end up with a better result from a team verses an individual. Why do so some teams get excellent results while other, seemingly similar teams, struggle?