Talent-First Paper - Top Content
Become a Talent-First organisation
Should your organisation be 'Talent-first?' If your organisation wants to retain the best staff, be more efficient and more productive than your competitors, then the answer should be a resounding "yes."
TAFE Enterprise’s latest paper -'Creating a Talent-first Culture: Why it's crucial to the Success of Australian Businesses' explores the current attitudes and behaviours towards talent management, both on a global and local scale and outlines three crucial steps to help your business transition into a Talent-first organisation.
Discover why Talent First is important to Google Australia
Google understands that successful companies focus on their employees above all else. The challenges of the future will be met by companies who invest in human capital.
How ready is your business to meet the challenges of tomorrow?
Jason Pellegrino, MD of Google Australia, discusses the impact a Talent-First culture makes on Google's global success.
A Talent-First organisation thinks about the strength of the team
Olympic gold medalist Shannon Parry discusses how the Australian Women’s Rugby Sevens ensures they are skilled for success.
Talent-First leverages all skills, developing skills sets for the future
Nikki Horton of Netball NSW and Meaghan Davis of Lendlease discuss how their various organisations approach Talent-First.
Lendlease takes the lead as a Talent-First organisation
Lendlease realise that talent identification and development are paramount to the future success of any business.
Netball NSW achieves their goals with a Talent-First approach
The importance of coaching is obvious for world-class athletes – but how important is it for your staff?