In the last decade, talent management has become not just a buzzword but also a critical part of most organization’s human resources strategies. And the demands placed today on the talent management function are greater than ever before: 93 percent of CEOs say “they recognize the need to make a change, or are already changing, their strategy for attracting and retaining talent,” according to PricewaterhouseCooper’s 17th Annual Global CEO Survey. However, success in talent management is no longer about implementing new systems and processes. Join workforce intelligence expert Dave Weisbeck as he discusses how talent management leaders and practitioners can leverage workforce intelligence to:
Make recruiting more efficient and effective, resulting in more top performers.
Predict resignations and take proactive action to retain top performers.
Understand how leaders and critical skillsets have developed within their organization.
Ensure they have strong succession pipelines to meet future needs.
Join Workforce Intelligence expert Dave Weisbeck as he discusses how HR can play a more critical role driving business performance than ever before and explains both the case for and against splitting HR.
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