3 ways leaders can get personally involved in talent development

An organization's employees are the keys to its success, so it is vital that leaders take a hands-on role when it comes to talent development, according to Chief Executive.

Listed below are three ways leaders can become personally involved in talent development.

1. Include attention to employee behaviors and development in business reviews to demonstrate to your organization that you consider broader business goals closely tied to personnel success.

2. Talent profile tools utilize predictive analytics to identify high-performing employees and have become cheaper over time. These cannot be relied upon as the sole means of talent judgment, but are a useful way for leaders to keep tabs on employee productivity.

3. Involvement in training sessions is essential for executives. Collaborating in-person with senior and mid-level employees is not only a way for executives to identify talent, but for employees to feel more connected to organizational leadership.

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