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Talent Management Center Newsletter

Planning for the future is becoming increasingly more complicated in this tumultuous world. Things are changing so rapidly, that forecasting future talent needs is becoming difficult for TM practitioners and organizations in general. They are now talking about needing to plan for “more than one possible” future so they will be ready for whichever future does emerge.

In similar fashion, companies need to think about their “engagement ecosystems” in more than one way—they need to address engagement from both the organizational and the individual levels, because employees have created their own engagement ecosystems that run parallel to the overall organization-wide ones. Paying attention to engagement on the personal level—especially informal, unplanned interactions—is critical because this aspect of the workplace social environment plays a big role in shaping your employee value proposition.

This month, we feature two reports that can help you determine levels of engagement at your company from both an organizational and leader/manager perspective. Take a look and see how these tools can work for you.


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