SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

SYNERGY TRAINING GROUP

Fascinating Talks &

Amazing People

Before companies can start thinking about their succession plans, they have to understand their jobs” - Sharlyn Lauby

Synergy Training Group

It's not about what you're made of, it's about being more than what you're made of

SUCCESSION PLANNING

 

Talent Management

Talent management is how employers recruit and develop a workforce that is as productive as possible and likely to stay with their organisation long term. When implemented strategically, this process can help improve the overall performance of the business and ensure that it remains competitive.

 

Succession Planning

Succession planning is a process for identifying and developing internal people with the potential to fill key business leadership positions in the company. Succession planning increases the availability of experienced and capable employees that are prepared to assume these roles as they become available. Identifying and developing future management candidates – succession planning or talent management – was recently identified as one of the top three HR issues for the immediate future.

 

Employee engagement

Lip service implies talking a good story but not following through with the actions that deliver, and isn’t that just what so many companies are doing? Otherwise wouldn’t we all be coming away from every telephone/email/SM contact raving about the fantastic service we have just received?

 

So why isn’t it happening? Because engagement takes effort, will, planning, leadership, enthusiasm, consistency and delivery. But those who aren’t engaging are missing a trick. Because high EE has an ROI too: Not least in differentiation vs. your competition

 

Why should you care if your employees are engaged?

The research on the bottom-line benefits of employee engagement is clear. Companies with engaged employees boosted operating income by double digit percentages compared with companies with the lowest percentage of engaged employees.

 

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