Talent management

Talent management describes the processes used by employers to attract, identify, develop, engage and retain individuals of particular value to their organisation.

Successful talent management can lead to an increased ability to attract star performers, a reduction in recruitment costs, and a more focused approach to the allocation of the training budget.


Leadership focus: Learning to listen is the key to becoming a top leader

24 Apr 2007

Leadershitp courses often meet with mixed results, but on programme has consistently attracted rave reviews. In our road-test, Karen Dempsey finds out what the fuss is all about.

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Leadership focus: Looking after your leaders – How to nurture good leaders

24 Apr 2007

Bad leadership can create a toxic culture, lead to low staff morale and result in business failure, so how can HR nurture leaders to avoid letting talent go to waste? Natalie Cooper reports.

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