Leveraging Talent
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Learn how to make the most of your IT workforce and how to nurture talent by following these strategies used by HR professionals. What kind of leaders will your organisation need tomorrow and how will they differ from the ones it has today? Organizations need good answers to these questions if their talent management strategies are to reap tangible results. Spotting talent is one thing; nurturing it so that it can thrive is another. As workplace demographics shift, there won’t be enough raw skills to go around, so organisations must instead focus on building capability and keeping talent on board. The goal? To ensure that the company’s most valuable asset is supporting and enabling its future growth and success.  Access >>>

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  • Nature or nurture?
  • 10-step plan for nurturing talent
  • Building tomorrow’s leaders

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