Evolving talent for the knowledge era: the industrial revolution
Louise Woodcroft-Letham, People & Culture Business Partner – Talent & Development, IR
About this talk
Recent history has seen several key shifts in the way organisations go to work and manage employees. So why are we doing the ‘same old thing’ when it comes to growing and nurturing talent?
Building on well-known research from Maslow, Hofstede and Herzberg, we’ll explore why starting a talent management revolution is critical for companies wanting to maintain their competitive advantage in the Knowledge Era.
About Louise Woodcroft-Letham:
Louise has over 10 years’ experience in recruitment, talent management and organisational development within the technology, construction and advertising sectors. Named a ‘HR Rising Star’ by HRD Magazine in 2016, her experience covers global, SME and listed businesses, enabling her to develop award winning best practice solutions across onboarding, talent and engagement with each business’s unique challenges in mind. Currently residing in Sydney Australia, Louise is working as a People & Culture Business Partner for IR specialising in global talent development.
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