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As organisations try to quickly execute key objectives such as business recovery, opening new markets, and developing other lines of business, their talent pool will be critical. In the past, best-in-class companies thrived from building a deep bench of permanent talent. Today’s reality has forced a change.
Employee talent and efficiency determines the pace and growth of an organisation. Whether you have tens, hundreds, or thousands of staff, they are critical resources that must be carefully hired and managed for optimum productivity. The truth is, it doesn’t matter how many resources you have, if you don’t know how to utilise or maximise them, it will never be enough.
Now that the ‘new normal’ has become the norm, how do you attract the best talent? A year ago, flexible working was seen as an easy carrot to offer – now that’s no longer a differentiator. How else can your business attract top talent? By offering greater autonomy, making them feel appreciated, and creating a supportive, positive team environment.
Have you ever found yourself stuck in a negativity vortex? Something challenging happens at work, or you make a mistake, and before you know it, you’ve lost hours – and sometimes days – worrying about the potential fall-out as you recycle your negative thoughts over and over again, only to later discover that almost none of those fears came to fruition.