This article on talent beliefs and talent strategy includes:
The five common beliefs that are holding your talent strategy back
How to identify and challenge these common beliefs
Ways to maximise your people’s potential
Building a strategy to identify, develop and retain the right people can make the difference between an organisation that is thriving, and one struggling to keep up. However, many commonly held beliefs about talent have outlived their usefulness in a more complex world, or are not backed up by the evidence.
Amy Aggleton, Research Manager and Andrew Gillespie, Senior Talent Management and Assessment Consultant, outline five beliefs about talent that can hold organisations back, and how to challenge them in your approach to talent.
By reading talent beliefs and talent strategy you will:
Understand the significance of dispelling the beliefs that could be holding your talent strategy back
Be able to create a robust talent strategy that is fit for purpose in the 21st century
Discover the amount of talent you could potentially be overlooking in your organisation
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