Ah, 2015 — a fresh new year with (hopefully) a lot of good things in store for your organization, including winning business results.
But the fact is that winning doesn’t just happen. To get you to the winners’ podium, you need a solid organizational strategy and the right talent to execute on it. For this to happen, you must ensure that your talent management and business strategies are aligned.
Individual efforts must link to organizational strategy
Without this alignment, you might as well throw in the towel, return to the locker room — and kiss the podium goodbye.
Let me expand a little more on what I mean.
Whether your company’s goals for this year include record growth, profitability, increased operational effectiveness or one of many other objectives, one thing is for certain. You need to set your employees up for success to ensure they are ready and capable of meeting those goals.
Introducing the 2015 Talent Strategy Playbook
place to start is with our 2015 Talent Strategy Playbook — a set of four expert resources
to help you get the job done right.
Let me give you a play-by-play of what’s inside:
Template: Strategic talent management plan
Draft your own HR talent management strategy using this step-by-step guide with fill-in-the-blank tables.
Article: Answering your CEO’s questions
Explore the best way to address your C-Suite’s most pressing questions about your company’s talent.
Presentation: Aligning your talent strategy to your
See how your talent management strategy business is key to achieving business results.
Video: How to bring your talent strategy into your business strategy
Learn the three things you can do to bring your talent strategy into your business strategy (delivered by HR thought leader and TalentSpace contributor Sharlyn Lauby).
I hope you find these resources helpful in your 2015 planning activities and that this year ends up being the 'winningest' ever for your organization. Happy planning.