Editor’s top 5: Talent management
Talent management is all about retaining and developing valuable employees. It is also about developing current and future leadership, which is vital in the retention of top talent.
Culture comes from the top – meaning it is even more important to have engaged, authentic leadership to retain and grow effective teams.
These blog posts look at how commitment to people’s development and acknowledging feedback and input are crucial to talent management.
There is also a post looking at 2012 and some issues that could face recruitment and talent management over the next year.
By Ron Ashkenas on HBR
How to create a culture of innovation and build a strong, cohesive team in the process.
By Amit Bhagria on Young HR Manager
How you can streamline employee development while also focusing on the bigger picture of overall business objectives.
This post has some interesting examples of companies that have done just that in terms of executive training. Where’s the first place to start? The commitment to developing people.
By Heather Daigleon on DDI
Managers and leaders must be genuinely committed to the culture they are trying to implement into their teams and businesses. They must also be aware of people’s personal ambitions and that if culture is left up to chance, those personal ambitions can threaten team and business success.
By John Coleman on HBR
The world needs greater problem-solvers – and more question-askers in its leaders.
By John Sullivan on ere.net
Companies can no longer stroll to keep up with a changing world, but must break into a steady, fast-paced jog.
In this blog post John Sullivan looks at what he believes will be the top issues in talent management for the coming year.