At Dale Carnegie, our talent management and development programs will help you identify talent in your teams and develop strategies to help them meet their full potential as a high performing leaders.
Investing in people development creates employee engagement, increases retention and profitability.
Workforce planning strategies don't occur in a vacuum. Talent development needs to be intentional, strategic and expertly executed. Beginning with leadership, a commitment to talent development shows employees you are committed to them, not only in their careers but holistically as well-rounded people ready to grow and take on challenges.
Develop your employees for success.
Human resources whitepapers you may be interested in:
Talent development initiatives that will boost morale, motivate, and optimise performance.
Deliver a robust talent management strategy for your organisation which offers a competitive advantage by:
Recognising potential in your employees
Targeting specific areas of strength and employee interest
Designing from training needs analysis, to provide a focus for human capital investment
Building a high performance workplace
Encouraging a learning organisation
Adding weight to the employee value and company brand
Contributing towards diversity management
Talent management is all about getting the right talent on your team, in the right areas. But it's also about developing the talent of the people you already have.
Leverage corporate training to strengthen your talent pipeline.
Training needs analysis and assessments ensure the right people receive the right development, at the right time.
Our team work with you to create customised development plans suited to both individual and organisational outcomes.
Skill development initiatives are rolled out using Dale Carnegie's proven training methodology.
The goal is to create a high-performance, sustainable organisation that meets it's strategic and operational goals.
A Blended Approach to Optimising the Learning Journey
An overview of research combined with expert insights into when blended (digital and traditional face-to-face) training strategies are most effective along the learning journey for the development of interpersonal and other soft skills.
Achieving Inclusion through Cultural Awareness
Genuine inclusiveness is an important mechanism for achieving sustained diversity. Organisations can enhance their inclusiveness by helping people develop their cultural awareness and cultural competency.
Developing a Resilient Workforce
Resilience refers to people’s ability to “bounce back” from adverse experiences and is characterised by the capacity to cope, recover and learn from them.
This whitepaper provides a model and practical strategies for developing resilience in employees, teams and across an organisation.