On Talent Reporting
- 31% of CEO’s believe talent constraints limit their ability to innovate,
- 29% were unable to purse on opportunity.
Thus, CEO’s want to change their talent management strategy and reporting principles. Inspired by 1939’s Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for accountants, there is a movement to standardize and define consistent workforce development measures. Once developed, these reports will pull financial, learning, evaluation, HR and other data to report out on business outcomes, talent effectiveness and efficiency.
Does your organization have talent reporting principles?
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HRSouthwest Conference Speaker Selection
We are extremely excited that Linda Ginac, TalentGuard’s CEO, has been selected as an Educational Session Speaker for TheHRSouthwest Conference (HRSWC), to be held on October 20-23, 2013 in Ft. Worth, TX! The session will be on Human Resource Development, specifically focusing on career pathing. Details include: Linda’s presentation will be Career Pathing: A Career […]
Employee Engagement: Recognizing and Giving Thanks
Too often companies get all their executives together in one room and discuss their employee engagement strategy. Managers, HR and everyone else give their input and a new plan is put into place to keep employees engaged and excited about the company. We’re not suggesting you dismiss this practice, in fact please do not. But […]
The Impact of Feedback: Why It’s Needed
Feedback is a powerful and surprisingly cost-effective method of assessing and developing people, teams, and organizations as a whole. Without feedback, individuals are left in the dark as to the impact of their decisions and actions on their organization and relationships. With feedback, they can gain self-insight. Feedback comes from a number of structured and […]