Leading the Way in Training and Development (April 2013)

By Staff Report

Apr. 8, 2013

In this month's Leading the Way in Training and Development from Workforce, you will learn how to maximize your team's self-awareness to turn raw talent into real leaders.

A 2012 report cited that 25% of companies' top performers plan to leave their job within a year and 12% of high-potential employees are already looking for new jobs. This is a major concern for HR professionals trying to keep top performers and high-potential employees engaged and in place. Even with more tools and technology available to them than ever before, team building in today's workforce is more like a minefield than a walk in the park for HR practitioners.

This Leading the Way in Training and Development free white paper will discuss 3 challenges employers must overcome to build a team with a competitive advantage. Register to download today, sponsored by Hogan.


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