If You Build it They Will Stay
Investing in Training and Development to Retain Top Talent
Project management offices (PMOs) are often hampered in their ability to make a strong, enterprise-wide impact because of talent management challenges. This is particularly true for PMOs that do not staff, but rather manage projects and project managers for the enterprise without direct authority over staffing. How do you attract and retain top talent for the PMO and its initiatives when you have little to no authority?
If You Build it They Will Stay: Investing in Training and Development to Retain Top Talent discusses:
- A framework for clarifying organizational alignment and that serves to energize and engage top talent
- Learning how to utilize a talent model to attract and retain top talent
- Implementing actionable concepts to improve alignment of strategy execution and talent capabilities
Whether you are talking about attracting, growing, or retaining talent, employee engagement is crucial. Training should be a major component of every employee retention program. In order for training to be an effective talent retention tool, however, it needs to be grounded in a larger context that sees the whole as well as the individual, and serves as part of a larger employee retention effort. But how do you get there?