Leading organizations know that if they don't keep pace with competitors in the area of talent management, they aren't likely to be able to maintain competitive advantage or ensure organizational effectiveness. Why? They simply won't have the requisite talent. Leading organizations know that they must have adequate bench strength to meet both current and future challenges in talent acquisition and talent acquisition. That means being able to leverage certain competencies and skill sets that produce innovation solutions. These organizations regard their leaders and associates as "soft assets" that need to be protected through sound risk management practices.
We view the management of both "hard" and "soft assets" as being critical for organizational success, but our focus is primarily on improving individual, team, and organizational performance--what Jack Welch called "the soft stuff." We know that to achieve and sustain innovation, organizations need to tap into the collective wisdom of leaders, teams, and individuals. We also know that soft assets need to be preserved in ways that are similar to the ways that hard assets are managed. We believe that one of the ways to create value is to be able to attract and recruit top talent. We believe that the best way to preserve that talent is to continually develop it.
Innovation-leading organizations know that high performing individuals, leaders, and teams are essential for creating cultures of innovation. However, most organizations need assistance to do this, and most leaders and teams need formal development to work within today's multi-generational environments. We help leaders and teams leverage innovation and remove innovation obstacles by building leadership and team capability through leadership and team development that's rooted in objective assessments. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
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