If You’re Not Winning in the War for Talent, You May Fail at Everything

Many organizations today are faced with a talent pool that may not meet their future needs for leadership. Frequently, leaders are surprised when two events occur:  1) a high-performing individual leaves for another job, and there are no ready-now replacements and 2) a new manager or executive fails in his or her assignment. Often, the problem lies in not adequately identifying the employee’s talents and more importantly, not identifying ways that talent could be used in the organization.

Studies have shown that effectively assessing your workforce and planning future moves will lead to having the right talent where and when needed. 

-          Who are your high-potential leaders, and do the employees and organization know what critical assignments are needed to develop future leaders?

-          Are your leadership teams having open and honest communication about individual performance and potential and calibrating it across the organization?

We are certain that the war for talent will place a premium on great employees. Are you ready? 

OI Partners is a Trusted Battle Partner for the Talent War

The Solution: Effective Talent Identification and Succession Planning Weaponry

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OI Partners Creates Two Cost-Effective Quick Start Outplacement Programs

OI Partners launches two cost-effective outplacement programsBecause of the overwhelmingly positive results of our recent study on the effectiveness of outplacement, OI Partners has created two cost-effective Quick Start outplacement programs to extend the benefits of outplacement to more employees.