How to identify and promote the very best of all your talent
The world has never been more open. Globalisation has inspired many organisations to hire people from different backgrounds. Yet, there is a lack of diversity at the top in most organisations. And there are a number of factors that are affecting who is recognised as talent, and who is promoted. This is where our talent management approach steps in.
It’s easy to conform to stereotype. We all hold prototypes of leaders and talented employees. Our processes focus on not just finding talent, but doing so in the fairest ways. We then use our research to design and deliver unique talent management processes and development centres which have no adverse impact. This means they help your organisation spot and nurture all your potential talent, rather than a narrow slice of it.
Diverse Talent Management
By using Positive Action initiatives, we can help your business address Diversity & Inclusion across senior management. Our research on how to get this right means it’s welcomed by both minority and majority employees. We also offer Live Bias Reviews. These provide invaluable, live data for your organisation. They are critical in helping individuals recognise when they’re letting their biases affect them, especially when it comes to identifying talent. As a result, working with us can help you improve the diversity of your talent pipeline and promotion outcomes.
We take an integrated approach to talent management. By evaluating the best combination of assessment and development, we help you reach the right people across the organisation. We help you construct a clear and objective definition of ‘potential’. Then, we look at how your employees perform in their current roles but also look at their ability to progress in your organisation. We do this by evaluating their learning and development capability – something which can often be overlooked. This can be applied to senior leader or high potentials. We do all this within the constraints of your organisation’s budgets and needs: