"What If Talent and Mobility Were Strategically Aligned?"

Today’s era of hyper-connectivity brings exciting opportunities and challenges.

How can the true potential of our worldwide workforce be harnessed? And how can we attract and retain the best talents in fulfilling global careers?

There’s not been a simple answer in the past.. But now we’ve developed a unique approach, a paradigm shift that helps you to appraise global careers from an individual viewpoint while utilising analytic skills to calculate key metrics about global talent strategies.

This is the thinking that has the power to influence boardroom decisions.

By understanding talent pipelines and potential sticking points, we specialise in helping organisations with their strategic talent mobility programs. In fact, we’ve already enhanced thousands of international business careers (graduates to CEOs).

So let’s talk…

Thinking 4.0

What will be the impact of the fourth industrial revolution on global talent development?

In this section, we’ll discuss, ponder, speculate and predict the future of working abroad – and how companies and individuals gain the most value from it. To begin, here’s an extract from Amazing Conversations: Enabling Extra-ordinary Work-based Communications that Transforms Business (co-authored by Wendy Kendall with Sr Robin Jacobs).

"An approach to transforming the quality of conversation and relationships in companies with the aim of stimulating more ethical, value based forms of global business”

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