Part 1 – Define and Build Out Your Talent Strategy
What is a talent strategy? The most common definition is broad: it’s how you source, hire, onboard, engage, and retain talent.
Having strategic talent management gives organizations the opportunity to attract the most talented and skilled employees available. It creates an employer brand that could attract potential talents, and in turn, contributes to the improvement of the organizations’ business performance and results.
- Create Alignment with Business Strategy
- Identify the Role of Organizational Structure
- Identify Pivotal Roles
- Define Employee Engagement, Retention, and Reward strategies
- Define Success Profiles with Precision
- Make the Hire-Versus-Build Decision
Our Panel of Experts:
Sunny Kaila is the Founder and CEO of IT By Design. He has built IT By Design into the largest privately held MSP in America. His business philosophy of building a community at work led to IT By Design being named Great Places to Work Certified in multiple countries. ITBD is now a global company with nearly 600 employees.
Todd Billiar has more than 25 years of dedicated experience in technology consulting and service, as a technical specialist, a manager, and vendor. He brings extensive experience to the channel having worked for large and small VARs, MSPs, and multiple IT Channel-focused vendors.