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HCI’s Analytics for Talent Management course addresses the most common challenge faced by HR leaders when it comes to data and analytics—HR departments lack the skillsets necessary to truly leverage data to make decisions. This 2-day interactive training will arm you with the terminology, skills and knowledge necessary to turn data into a compelling narrative and handle common objections to HR data findings.