June 23, 2011 | Kimberly Smithson-Abel, Bret Starr
Many organizations today have heard the call for effective talent management strategies and have learned how critical such strategies are in differentiating their organization from the competition and driving business results. But to stay ahead of the game, companies will have to do more than just put good talent management strategies in place. They will need to identify their “Talent Intelligence” and determine how to move talent farther, faster, and with more agility. Part of the solution is adopting an integrated learning platform and talent management suite that offers a host of tools to better handle activities like attracting, training, motivating and retaining skilled workers. The other part of the solution is an increased focus on the fusion of Workforce Recognition and Talent Management.
On its own, Workforce Recognition systems can provide a vital snapshot of performance, make company strategy and goals truly relevant to the workforce, and provide an opportunity to capture employee successes throughout the talent performance life cycle. When merged with Talent Management, an organization’s return on talent is maximized as employees have a vested interest in helping drive the talent strategy forward and anticipate appreciation, recognition and rewards for their effort, work, and results.
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Learn the 5 tipping points of integrated Talent Management and Workforce Recognition
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Find ways business leaders can prioritize the integration of Talent Management and Workforce Recognition