Why is talent development important for organizations? Who is responsible for it and what forms of talent development exist? An overview.
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Organisations and talents need a talent development policy. Let’s take a deep-dive into Ormit Talent’s approach.
Ormit Talent annually recruits about fifty young, ambitious talents. For this, we developed a unique selection process. Discover our formula for success here.
Increase retention rates and reap on the efforts of young talent. Five axes of action for engaging young talent.
The better the interaction between your data team and business professionals, the more successful you can work with data. Ormit Talent sits down with both parties and provides tips on how to set up an effective collaboration.
Our hybrid way of working doesn’t make it easier to make meaningful connections at work, let alone friends. But, hybrid working is here to stay. So how do you maintain these connections in this new reality? Here are 6 ways to foster a deeper connection.
Experienced colleagues who are willing and interested in young talent are the key to organisational success. When you combine such talented colleagues’ experience and knowledge with a career starter’s eagerness to learn, playfulness and humility, their potential is sure to reveal itself quickly. How can you ensure that your organisation provides newcomers with the support they need, though? We have 4 tips to support young talent that will give you a good start.
Young, inexperienced starters often perform better than your experienced permanent staff. Wondering what makes these inexperienced trainees so successful? Find out here!
When it comes to learning and development, the classic dilemma pops up: do we give training ourselves or should we go for an external partner? We listed up some pros and cons for you to make a better decision!
Here are 4 elements we believe are necessary to really create learning moments that stick.