Talent management and employee engagement

Retaining talent depends on how effectively leaders and managers engage their staff. An inspired approach to performance management drives productivity and growth. We can help you in all these areas.

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Human motivation is as complex and highly individual as the differenty combination of talent and skill each one of us possesses. We are all driven by different things. As leaders and managers, how can we engage and draw upon the unique drivers within our organisation? We provide you with a powerful and effective approach to managing performance throughout the employee lifecycle. Recruitment to career progression. Early identification of talent to fulfilling potential.

  • Get 'the right people on the bus' through rigorous and effective recruitment

  • Engage and energise every member of your team

  • Use every stage in the performance management cycle to support talent management

  • Flex your approach to motivate and engage across the generations

  • Identify, develop and retain your high-performers

  • Use cross-cultural awareness to get the best from diversity

  • Conduct performance reviews that are motivational and effective

  • Use a range of powerful skills and techniques to get great results - coaching, feedback and goal-setting

Open enrolment icon Open enrolment events Practical learning: pre-work, models and theory, case studies and real-life scenarios
In-house learning icon In-house learning Engaging, relevant and tailored learning that achieves sustainable results
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Testimonials

  • “I wanted to better link appraisal with staff development and to better understand HR's role in this. The training was thoroughly engaging, fit for purpose and has supplied me with many practical ideas - and helped me generate new strategies of my own.”

    Participant on talent management programme

  • “Really so very useful in my HR role and as a manager”

    Jo Harman, HR Director, Karma Communications, Talent and Performance Management