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The New Relationship with Talent: What Does it Mean for Employee Engagement?


EJ Sieracki

EJ Sieracki

Author Bio


Author Bio

Deloitte's 2017 Global Human Capital Trends research revealed that one of the tenets of building an organization ready for the future is intentionally designing it for speed, agility and adaptability. As a result, organizations should have to rethink how they structure their work, design their teams, develop their employees, and ask themselves what they need to do differently to improve the talent experience. Bersin research shows that organizations with superior business, talent, and financial outcomes are typically not just making incremental changes to the talent experience, but are instead fundamentally rethinking it, focusing on creating a "systemic relationship with talent." The end goal of this new approach is to create a talent experience for employees that makes them feel heard, valued, and supported throughout their employee lifecycle.

In this webcast, Madhura Chakrabarti, Norm Perreault and E.J. Sieracki shared:

  • Demonstrated benefits of creating this new talent relationship
  • Three areas that organizations should focus on to create this new talent relationship as well as specific action steps to get started
  • Potential implications of this new approach on how organization assess employee engagement and act upon it
  • How CSAA Insurance Group and other organizations have begun creating this type of relationship and a culture of open feedback through dramatic changes to their processes


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