When we follow up with organizations about their talent management practices, we talk with the executives. Why? Because talent management is a business imperative.

A few minutes into the Integrated Talent Management preconference session, I knew this was going to be a great learning opportunity. This is a brief summary of the session (so far!).

A few key items from the session I enjoyed:

  • Continuous processes are key to talent management success. Organizations with disparate, one-off talent objectives are less likely to see positive business results from those practices.
  • The most pressing talent concerns according to our recent study:
    • Sustaining employee engagement (30%)
    • Developing high potential leaders and succession management (27%)

Which of these points is especially pertinent for you? 

We’ll be sharing more about the conference this week. If you want to follow along from home, here’s how

Ben Eubanks

Ben Eubanks, SPHR, SHRM-SCP is an HR professional and industry influencer. His experience working as a leader in the human resources field has provided him with a broad range of experience encompassing smaller organizations, government contracting firms, and the nonprofit sector. He has hands-on experience with various HR disciplines, including recruiting, benefits, employee relations, and compensation.