The new human capital normal was not about to happen, however, the pandemic forced it to take place earlier. Within this context, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is poised to bring in significant changes to business and society anyway. These technologies are becoming inevitable in adapting to the “new-normal” practice brought about by the post-COVID-19 era.
What is all About?
The Talent Journey
The goal of talent management is to create a sustainable and superior workforce.
Talent Management is an organisation’s ability to attract, identify, develop, engage, retain and deploy individuals who are considered particularly valuable to the organisation and to produce the most talented employees available in the job market.
How we do it?
20% of your employees are responsible for 80% of the output!
Today, talent management is the main differentiating factor in companies overtaking the competition. This can only be achieved with a sound talent strategy that is adjusted to the needs of the new digital era.
- Retain your top talents and help them grow
- Identify the right talents for your organisation
- Expedite the hiring process through automated assessment tools
- Make employees feel that they are a part of something bigger than their current position
- Build a high-performing workplace by encouraging a learning organisation, adding value, and contributing to diversity
- Enhance employee loyalty, productivity and performance
- Build a talent management culture in your organisation
- Achieve a competitive advantage over rivals
TOTAL TALENT MANAGEMENT MODEL
TTM Associates offer a comprehensive suite of services to enhance business transformation and growth using our Total Talent Management Modelling approach below.
Whilst many organisations use hybrid models, it is helpful to clarify the factors that distinguish between Assessment and Development Centres:
■ Assessment Centres are constructed principally for selection, recruitment, fast- tracking and promotion. Development Centres principally reflect developmental objectives relating to the identification of potential and training needs.
■ Development Centres, unlike most Assessment Centres, are not pass/fail events. Development Centres are likely to take longer time to complete and at a higher cost, especially considering feedback and subsequent developmental activities.
■ Ownership of Assessment Centre data rests principally with the organisation. The Development Centre participant has more ownership and access.
■ Feedback and development always occur during, or at the conclusion of the Development Centres. The Assessment Centre focuses such development on subsequent activities.
Implement simple & humble Talent Solutions, tailored to your Talent needs!
Scalable approach to all layers within the organisation!
Connect consistently all stages of the Talent Journey!
Measure different Talent components with a Single Methodology!
Precise, reliable and valid metrics!
The Whole Brain Technology!