01st July 2015

Farewell to the Financial Year – So, What’s Next?

Welcome to the new financial year, though for most of us, the old one still hangs on doggedly and will do so for a few more weeks.

The new financial year, while it’s only the difference of a day, seems different already!  For many of our clients, new programs of work are underway, with new goals to be achieved and great expectations on the horizon.  We’ve got a significant amount of leadership development work beginning in our practice The Talent Workshop.  Largely centred on assessing and developing leadership capability, we could interpret from this small sample that there’s a renewed focus on talent emerging.   Even in tough economic times, where you might expect a surplus of available candidates, finding and retaining key talent is still critical.

So are organisations stepping up their investment in developing talent, or is it just the beginning of the next planning cycle where funds are there to be deployed?  For whatever reason, the sooner it happens, the sooner organisations can expect to yield better outcomes.  For us, our goal in any leadership development work we do is to ensure the real changes – insights, capabilities and motivations –  can ultimately be transferred back into the work environment and pay back for the individuals and the enterprise.

From Generator Talent Group, Welcome to the New Financial Year

Glen Petersen
CEO
Generator Talent Group 


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