Talent Strategies That Can Make Your Company “Unquittable” (Guest: Jim Bitterle)

Talent Strategy

Episode 2.01: We all know that people are our greatest resource in business, but are we doing all that we can to attract, develop and retain quality talent? Our guest for this week's ProjectHR is Jim Bitterle, Managing Partner at EDSI. and in this episode, he'll be addressing the topic of talent strategy. Here, he'll explore:

  • The four "Failwaves" that businesses have experienced over the last fifty years;
  • The types of leadership that can lead to talent failures;
  • The perspective shift that comes from identifying your workforce as "talent", rather than as "employees" or "workers"; and
  • How to implement talent strategies that won't break the bank!

Jim Bitterle

 Talent Strategy

""We've seen study after study after study that tells us when people are doing what they like and what they're good at, they're happier, and they tend to do better for the company and they're more engaged. So it's good, all around, if we can think about people that way, versus the classic Boss/Employee relationship."

Talent Strategy

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