How High-Performing Organizations build talent strategy that drives the business strategy
During strategic planning meetings, what effective, influential HR professionals do with their seat at the table
Best practices for communicating strategies and obtaining buy-in
Solutions for increasing your credibility and influence at work
The talent strategy serves the business strategy, but the business strategy can't be realized without taking talent factors into consideration. That's why it is important to include HR in setting strategic priorities across the organization. Yet, getting a proverbial seat at the table can still be difficult in some organizations. How can HR and TM professionals increase their influence, credibility, and stake-holder buy-in in setting (and executing) strategic priorities?
Join the HCI research team as we share the findings from our latest Talent Pulse report.
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