Recruit, Retain &

Develop Talent

It can be really frustrating when you hire the wrong person or alternatively when a good person leaves as they feel they aren’t getting what they need from their job.

In a sector where talent is in high demand and short supply, the result can also be very expensive – payoffs; recruitment fees and time.

Our Approach

We believe that an effective talent strategy starts with your values.

How clear are you about these? How congruent are your personal values as a leader with those of your organisation? How consistently are these values applied day to day when making strategic and operational decisions?

We help you apply this new clarity to every stage of recruitment, retention and leadership/staff development in ways that makes it simpler to drive growth of your organisation.

Harrison Assessments is one of our tools that can help you better understand your current or potential staff's work preferences and tendencies for specific behaviours especially when under pressure, providing valuable insight for both recruitment and retention strategies.

Find out about how our social business focused growth framework for Clarity of Talent achieves this

What are clients say

My longest serving board member was very quiet and spoke last and then said ‘If you really want to know what I think….. I was so excited by what you were saying I nearly burst!’ I know that this would not have been the outcome without our work together.

— Linda Wallace, Chief Executive of CDS Co-operatives

What Next?

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