Whitepaper:
Winning the war for talent 

The Great Resignation. The Great Reshuffle. The Great… you get it. We are – and have been – in a talent war. But it doesn’t have to be the end-game; not when you accurately identify, manage, and develop the people who mean the most to your business. 

And that accuracy can be achieved when data such as Acumen, Influence, and Momentum are in the palm of your hands. This will enable you to support drive broader (and valuable) talent conversations – answering questions like ‘Who has the potential to be a future leader?’, and ‘what skills and qualities are they lacking?’ – thus giving you the ability to rate talent on potential rather than gut feel. 

Download this new whitepaper by Capability Group, which presents a comprehensive talent identification and management model to support leaders with robust, analytical, and non-biased talent identification processes.

Key takeaways include: 

  1. The A.I.M framework to understand and secure potential talent: Utilise assessment factors such as acumen, influence, momentum, engagement & aspiration, and derailers.
  2. The platforms to deliver multi-dimensional data, and assess its impact: Dive into key talent insights and trends to underpin people and talent strategy.
  3. The findings to perfecting talent potential solutions: Understand how talent data can influence business metrics at a personal, team and organisational level.

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Here’s to having the talent you need for the future. Enjoy the read. 

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