Talented teams make successful organizations. However, those talented individuals don’t typically come knocking at your door – you must proactively acquire them.
If you are committed to seeing better company performance, or eager for your company to outperform your competitors, by searching, finding, hiring and retaining the best talent available, then you need to adopt a best suitable talent acquisition (TA) strategy for your organisation.
This process starts with identifying the need for a job, defining the requirements of the position and the job holder, advertising the position and choosing the most appropriate person for the job.
The success of any business depends to a large extent on the quality of its staff. Employees should therefore be carefully selected, managed and retained, just like any other resource. Here’s how we do this
Employer branding is how you market your company to job seekers and internal employees. The better you are at employer branding, the more likely you are to attract top talent. Additionally, a positive employer brand can also help you retain top talent.Here’s how you can implement an employer brand strategy
Talent mapping is a technique that charts individuals’ skills and abilities, assesses their performance and potential, and matches them with workforce planning strategies to balance an organization’s talent and needs. Talent mapping enables an organization to determine strategies for future hiring, including internal promotions, likely short- and long-term hiring needs, and development of existing talent to meet future staffing needs.
Here’s the process of Talent Mapping
Employee Value Proposition, is a set of values that you, as an employer, offer to your employees, and use as a magnet for attracting new hires. Besides attracting candidates, your Employee Value Proposition can help you engage and retain employees.
Executive search is a specialised type of recruitment aimed at attracting highly skilled senior management talent to an organisation. It is typically used to fill strategically important roles in the C-suite - CXOs including Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Chief Operating Officer (COO), Chief Human Resource or People Officer (CHRO), Chief Technology Officer (CTO), Chief Product Officer (CPO) and Chief Investment Officer (CIO).
Here’s how to identify and engage the best senior executive talent in the market to match your business requirements