In order to for talent to thrive, organisations must create an environment where people can fulfil their potential.
We know that “ability alone is not enough” and believe in the potential of the individual. Through our developmental approach, we transform a candidate’s understanding of their own abilities and help them learn how to develop their own potential. Our talent framework, developed following extensive research, recognises the equal importance of ability, a learning mindset and personal resilience.
We will work with you to identify the development needs of each talent group, and create transformational interventions which will engage and retain them in your business.
We analyse your existing data, conduct focus groups and carry out organisation surveys using our unique High Performance Environment framework. Then, we will work with you to identify any gaps and make recommendations to develop your talent environment.
Our assessment centres are designed to help businesses make the right selection decisions. We work with you to create a rigorous and engaging process which will help you find the right talent for your business.
We help you accurately calibrate your talent at all stages in their leadership journey. We incorporate bespoke activities and psychometrics that assess skills and talents and predict the individual’s future performance.
We develop communications and engagement strategies that target all talent with a view of increasing retention and growing performance within organisations. Working with our experienced consultants, we also provide development for talent professionals, training in transition management, coaching and leadership development.
At Lane4, we support individuals as they move into their new roles. Our team of accredited consultants provide individual coaching throughout these transitions. We work with managers and leaders to help them have effective performance conversations that provide the right balance of support and challenge.
When we talk about ‘talent’, there is one critical question: talent for what? Just as someone may excel at certain skills but struggle in others, what constitutes ‘talent’ depends on your context, and each organisation has to define it for themselves.
This whitepaper looks at why it’s critical to have a strong talent strategy, explores the barriers to success and provides top tips for organisational leaders when creating a robust talent strategy.
When faced with constraints, face-to-face learning isn’t always the best option. Our digital offering keeps your people connected and aware, allowing them to implement behaviour change whenever, wherever. Our range of digital delivery options can be added to an existing programme or combined to form fully virtual learning days.Discover now
If you’d like to discover more, please let us know and we’ll make a date with the most suitable Lane4 consultant to talk more about your Talent Development programme.