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Talent Management Done Right in 3 Ways

It’s no surprise that a motivated team leads to fantastic business results. When a team comes together with a unified sense of commitment to the work, the possibilities are endless. Talent management is key in achieving that level of cohesion.

It’s of note to reinforce that in effective learning and development practices, it’s necessary to provide your employees with leadership opportunities and the autonomy necessary to grow both professionally and in their respective roles.

But more specifically, how do you reach this pinnacle of talent management? The following are three focus areas to get you started.

1) Recognition
Talent management means creating a positive environment that fosters growth in the flavor of the organization’s culture. Do leaders practice recognition and praise regularly? Do leaders invest time in money in learning initiatives to develop their people?
Thanking employees and recognizing them for their hard work can only lead to positive things. These instances are like fuel to the fire and will push them to keep improving the quality of their work. Quality work leads to better business results, and a company can have a better idea of their return on training investments.

2) Autonomy
One of the biggest topics under the subject of autonomy is hours. Everyone has a life outside of work and everyone has obligations that need to be fulfilled, sometimes during business hours. If employees have full autonomy, they have leadership’s full trust that their responsibilities will be carried out regardless of their schedule.
Aside from that, employees will also come to certain forks in the road where they will need to make decisions. Having a culture of autonomy means letting employees make decisions without interfering. Even if the decisions lead to a mishap, there is a lesson learned in each one of these decisions.

4) Collaboration
A collaborative environment is vital to creating a team that truly gels together. Sometimes the importance of learning from co-workers is overlooked. Beyond training programs, a large percentage of learning happens from observing and working with others on your team.
Teams can be strong in their own way, but if they come together and learn how to work in an agile and dynamic fashion, it creates a sense of comradery.

Talent management is inclusive, engaging and if done right, capable of creating an unstoppable force. It provides opportunities for employees to develop competencies at all levels, reliable and relevant to all parties, in a process of continuous learning.

Contact us to see how your team, specifically, can improve talent management.

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