Magazine article Talent Development

Embrace the New Reality

Magazine article Talent Development

Embrace the New Reality

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Change is happening at lightning speed, and changes in the workplace, workforce, and organizations are necessitating a shift in how, where, by whom, and with whom business is done. How organizations manage talent is at a crisis point-talent development professionals can no longer use outdated, traditional practices to drive business impact.

The first two feature articles in this month's issue take a good hard look at two key development areas-managing talent and mentoring. Annmarie Neal and Daniel Sonsino examine disruptive trends that are revolutionizing the way workforce talent will be managed in the future; and Randy Emelo explores modern mentoring and the role it plays with today's learners.

How will performance be managed? How will talent development professionals design projects so they can be parsed out to talent communities? Can data analytics and dashboards track relevant indicators or predictors of business and performance? How do we approach career planning in much more dynamic ways?

These are just some of the questions that Neal and Sonsino tackle in the cover story. Are these questions that you have been thinking about, or are they new to you? …

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