Are your future leaders high potential or “the usual suspects?”
Two-thirds of companies misidentify their high potential employees. Nearly 40 percent of internal job moves made by individuals end in failure. With companies relying on high potential employees for succession planning, identifying and developing those individuals is more important than ever.
What does your company’s formal succession plan look like? More importantly, can it accurately identify high-potential employees? Will your management team take an unbiased, objective approach to the process?
TalentGuard’s Succession Planning solution determines key roles, identifies high potential employees, creates dedicated talent pools and removes personal biases from the succession planning process.
Stop rounding up the usual suspects and find the best succession strategy for your organization. Download our free Executive Brief: Be Prepared: Ensuring Your Next Generation of Leaders.
Showing one’s true colors – a career development approach to performance management
Why are you conducting performance reviews the same way you did five years ago? To help improve employee performance? To increase productivity? To reward top performers? To check a box? You’re not alone. A recent survey showed that over 90% companies are still doing traditional performance reviews. So if everyone’s still doing it that way […]
WEBINAR AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD | 5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover
Our latest webinar, 5 Shades of Grading: How Inconsistencies in Performance Reviews Cause Turnover, is now available online. What people are saying: “This is one of the more informative and relatable seminars that I have attended in a long time. It is wonderful to know and share this information.“ […]
Why Raising Salaries Isn’t the Sure Cure for Your Employee Retention Problem
Guest blogging for TalentGuard is author, Eric Chester, on a simple way to boost retention by giving employees a compelling reason to stay. There are limits to the extent an employer will go to keep an employee happy, even when the employee is a top performer or in one of those almost-impossible-to-replace positions. But unless they […]