When it comes to talent retention, most thriving organizations have robust and established talent programmes to ensure that they retain hard to come by skilled and talented staff.
I have been thinking about the saying: people join organisations but they leave managers. If you spend a great deal of resources on retaining and developing talent, then you are absolutely on the right track.
However, is that enough though?
In the age of crowd sourcing, sourcing the insights, skills and talents of t the masses have become accepted practice around the globe to assist in solving everyday problems.
If it holds true that people leave managers, have you given thought to how you can “source” your leaders to be an integral part in your talent retention strategy?