When leaders know who the high performers are, they can maximize their contribution to the business. In this video, learn about the formal and informal ways to improve visibility of talent in an organization.
- Talented employees are the engine…behind business performance.…Research shows that 20% of employees…contribute 80% of business results,…so you want the organization to benefit…as much as it can from these talented individuals,…and the only way to do that is to make sure…that leaders know who they are and maximize…their contribution across the company.…It seems obvious that leaders would know…who the talented employees are in the company,…but that's not necessarily the case.…
Leaders may not know who is out there,…who is great at what, what their career aspirations are,…and if they're at risk of leaving the company.…Believe it or not, managers who are afraid of losing…their best team members may not share…information about them outside the team.…There are two main ways you can help talent…be more visible across the organization,…formal and informal.…Many companies have a formal talent review process…where individuals are discussed as part…of succession planning, however, these talent reviews…don't always happen across multiple teams…
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- Building a successful talent management strategy
- Identifying talent needs and assessing existing talent
- Recruiting and hiring the right people
- Developing employees to meet talent needs
- Implementing a succession planning process
- Focusing on engagement and retention
- Increasing talent visibility
- Creating a strong HR and business partnership
- Designing a high-performance culture