Attracting and retaining top talent remains a critical issue for many organizations. This is particularly true in today’s environment, which requires a constant influx of talent leaders to support business operations into the future.
To help you identify and develop high-potential employees, Deloitte has prepared The New Business Imperative, a report that outlines seven emerging trends in leadership development. This report examines the habits of talent leaders to provide you with a list of action items you can adopt to groom, prepare and retain top talent. From setting up dedicated teams focused on leadership development to identifying appropriate talent management metrics, this report contains the insights you need to pull ahead of the competition.
Like any other strategic imperative, putting these leadership development trends into practice may require you to implement new business processes. Yet the findings of this report clearly demonstrate that the outcomes justify the effort. By integrating these talent management trends, organizations can do more than build a dynamic pool of leaders. They can also position themselves to thrive in all economic cycles.
To find out how to position your organization to become a talent leader, download the report here.
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