I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.
ēniteō help you develop your talent management practice so it becomes more than words on a page or data in a system.
Everyone has talent. It’s especially important that leaders and managers have the will and skill to nurture people’s talent, allowing individuals to flourish and enjoy realizing their potential.
There are times when organisations need to selectively invest in talent to close gaps, create succession choices, or amp up skills and attributes for deployment on business-critical projects.
ēniteō takes a simple approach to help you improve your talent management practice. Firstly, we listen to understand the business and people need. Secondly, we assess inside: out the effectiveness of your current practice against that need. Thirdly, we look externally to the organisation to understand your talent agenda from outside: in. We can then help you design talent practices that have purposeful outcomes aligned to your goals and needs.
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