The Path to True Insights and Outcomes for Talent Leaders

Talent is becoming a restrictive bottleneck on many business initiatives, and as a result, talent leaders are under more pressure than ever to step outside of their traditional role and support the business in new ways.

Support for these extended responsibilities can come from many fronts, and one of them is technology vendors. Talent leaders are looking for advice and strategic insights, and not just technical solution design, especially as they consider how to build a talent operations function for the first time.

“Operations roles have been central to every team’s success for a while now, from sales to marketing to finance. We’re starting to see an emphasis on similar roles for talent. Talent leaders are starting to look for Talent Ops professionals.”

  • Kevin Blair Global Talent leader

This session is part of the Talent Engagement Summit 2019. You can find all other sessions under Webinars in the Beamery Academy.

The Path to True Insights and Outcomes for Talent Leaders
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Talent is becoming a restrictive bottleneck on many business initiatives, and as a result, talent leaders are under more pressure than ever to step outside of their traditional role and support the business in new ways.

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