Join TalentGuard and IBM to learn how IT leaders spanning healthcare to financial services companies are driving change in the digital age. Our goal is to help you become an agile organization by bridging the gap between career growth, certification compliance, and leader enablement. Dynamic career experiences are shaping the future and IT leaders must help employees build new skills, engage in meaningful learning, and support career fluidity.
The IT industry is changing faster than ever. It’s going through a number of major shifts at a global level – and those changes have an impact on the way businesses operate. The introduction of new innovative technology is driving dramatic changes in service delivery and these new IT innovations demand additional training and qualifications to keep pace, which increase the risk of major skill shortages in key business areas.
High-performing people are critical for high-performing organizations. In today’s rapidly changing business environments, organizations are recognizing the value of a workforce that is not only highly skilled and technically adept, but more importantly, a workforce that can learn quickly, adapt to change, communicate effectively, and foster interpersonal relationships. However, a major concern for organizations is attracting and retaining high caliber talent with these behavioral capabilities (competencies) as they are critical to organizational productivity, performance, and continual improvement.
In this webinar, you will learn breakthrough areas of career pathing that are transforming the way people view their internal career journey and develop new knowledge, skills and experiences. Linda will also share examples of how companies are using career pathing and analytics to improve their overall talent strategy.
Is the annual performance review dead? A growing bandwagon of CEOs and senior HR leaders are predicating the end of the ineffective and universally despised annual performance review. Many leaders have proposed throwing reviews out altogether. We don’t believe this is the right solution.
When employees first enter the workplace, they focus on their first job. What company will they join? Where will they work? What title will they have? How much money will they make? TalentGuard’s webinar, Destination Unknown: Employees Without Career Paths Present a Risk to Your Organization, is designed to assist companies in their quest to help employees with career discovery and to educate HR personnel on how to help employees explore their self-awareness, career goals and aspirations for the future.Your employees are one of your greatest assets. Helping them set and meet career goals ensures the long-term success of your. Learn more about career pathing by downloading the webinar.
Linda Ginac discusses “6 Steps to Improve Employee Retention” and focuses on the communication strategies necessary to build a company-wide talent management mindset that will allow you to attract and retain top employees. Find out the best ways to establish a culture of employee career growth, satisfaction, and shared commitment to teamwork and company success.
If there is one common theme across organizations today, it’s this: employees are frustrated in their current jobs. So how can organizations find ways to reduce turnover and keep employees more motivated and engaged in their jobs? One way is through career pathing – giving employees a comprehensive career development plan that helps them visualize their career growth within the company. Career pathing provides a way for employees to take ownership of their career development and chart a map for how they will achieve their career goals. This paper provides an overview on the value of career pathing and how it can become an instrumental tool for companies to assess and develop their talent.
Strengthening the relationship between employees and their companies creates highly-engaged and motivated personnel – which is good for the bottom line. Unfortunately, executives often deal with such high-level issues themselves they need reminders that corporate planning efforts must extend all the way down to the individuals that comprise the organization.