The global economy requires a global workforce. The right HR strategy can develop the leaders you need to adapt to changing cultures, intense competition, and expanding markets. Learn how you can attract and retain global talent, use virtual solutions to connect a distributed workforce, and take advantage of international work assignments to strengthen your talent’s experience.
So what is stopping your firm from a building a better succession plan currently? What tools are available to identify and assess the firm’s top talent? Best-in-class firms are future-proofing their organizations by building better succession plans for their talent and not just for their leadership pipeline. Firms need to start by identifying the strategic direction of the company in the near future along with an evaluation of the current key roles and strategic functions. Basically think along the lines of “if our Director of Operations left the company tomorrow, we’d be in big trouble….”
Successful companies recognize that they need leaders at all levels of the organization, not just the top. Whether grooming high performers for new roles and future leadership positions or simply adding and refining skills, employee development is essential to meeting growth goals. By implementing a talent development process built on predictive data and analytics, an organization will be better positioned to identify, engage, and retain the talent needed to achieve its goals – today and tomorrow.
The world of talent management is sharply-evolving, with the non-traditional workforce taking shape as a viable means of supporting corporate programs and driving organizational objectives. Ardent Partners predicts that the utilization of contingent labor will grow by 30% over the next three years, a figure that reflects the criticality of freelance workers, independent contractors and SOW-based projects and services.Read more