Talent Development, Engagement and Retention

This discipline covers the management of ‘Talent’ – high performing, high potential employees of the organization - which includes strategies, key elements of talent and leadership development and best practices in this domain. Strategies and practices of building talent capital to meet long term needs of the organization come within the ambit of this discipline. It delineates the process of talent profiling, talent assessment techniques, planned development interventions including mentoring and coaching, enhanced motivation and retention of talent. It further delves into matters that focus on succession planning and promotions within the organization. Matters such as general training needs analysis, learning design, learning evaluation and knowledge management, which are extended to all employees, are encompassed in the Learning and Development discipline.

Articles

Randstad Work Monitor Survey – Q4 2013

Indian employees all set to welcome 2014 with higher pay and benefits. They feel that working with foreign professionals adds value to their job. They are committed to developing their skills and competencies.

Asia Eyes Talent Development for Growth

As Asian companies expand beyond home markets, spotlight is on critical talent development

5 Employee Engagement Secrets Revealed for HR Professionals

Discover top secrets of Engagement drawn from years of experiences and initiatives across multiple organizations.

Research Papers

19/10/2009

Abstract  
In today’s challenging economy, sustainable leadership competency is important for stability and growth of India’s domestic and global organizations. This article examines leadership in Indian companies in the context of the cultural and economic climate. This has been substantiated...

2/5/2010

Introduction

Heightening the Challenge and Meaning of Work

Boredom and discontent in the workplace is a serious business performance issue. In a major international study of organizational effectiveness involving more than 28,000 respondents, Right Management has found that two-thirds of employees...

SHRM Research Quarterly

1/09/2010

 

This latest article focuses on global talent—from global mindset, cultural awareness and adaptability, to key aspects of global staffing, spouse and family challenges, mobility trends, safety and security, and retaining global talent of repatriates—all essential for proactive global...

Case Studies

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Tools & Templates

Is there a study regarding: number of years one is required to stay in a job, before being offered a growth opportunity.

These study are typically carried out by consulting companies who specialise in compensation and benefits like Mercer, Hewitt, Hay Group Etc.

However, providing a high level overview of the factors that influence growth opportunity of the employees in organisation in generally and also briefly touch upon the BPO sector, i.e., the...

Work\life Balance

16/7/2012

Twenty-four percent of organizations have a formal work/life balance policy in place, whereas approximately one-half of organizations (52%) have an informal work/life balance policy. Working during vacation time was included in almost one-half of formal work/life balance policies (47%) and in over three-fifths of informal...

Turnover Calculation

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Blogs

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Featured Books & Publications

Developing Leadership Talent: A guide to succession planning and leadership development   Effective succession planning involves more than just a replacement planning process. It also includes a comprehensive employee development system. Learn how to maximize leadership talent in your organization. Click here to download your free report...
By R. Rani Geetha Priyadarshini 18/10/2011 Scope This article traces the growth of Aravind Eye Care Systems (AECS), an integrated eye care major with a significant presence in southern India. AECS synergizes sound economics with social commitment. Our area of focus is the chain’s self-sustaining and organic HR template, which draws and...
Developing Leadership Talent: A guide to succession planning and leadership development   Effective succession planning involves more than just a replacement planning process. It also includes a comprehensive employee development system. Learn how to maximize leadership talent in your organization. Click here to download your free report...