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Good leaders are magnetic to the best talent.

The fastest way to get your organization to the next level is by populating your team with industry A-players. Too often executives hand out A-grades for talent that wouldn’t hold up against outside-in, industry scrutiny. The best executive teams review talent with an intellectually honest approach as part of their business cadence.

“You can’t have an effective organization without good leadership.”

– Paul Batz, Founder & CEO, Good Leadership

Talent Review and Planning

For senior leaders managing professional and technical workforces who are:

Intensely focused on attracting A-players and retaining the highest potential talent.

Facing a wave of retirements soon.

Wondering who will fill key positions as the organization grows.

Good Leadership Talent Review and Planning is a program provided for growth-minded companies who are serious about creating a winning culture.

Why is talent review one of the most critical executive team discussions that often gets ignored?

Executive teams that can’t be honest about the talent in their organization suffer from three dangerous trends:

Favoritism creates a culture of protecting people.

Objectivity gets bogged down in a sophisticated talent modeling process that turns executives off.

The tyranny of the urgent continually pushes talent discussions to the bottom of the executive team agenda.

Good Leadership Talent Review includes:

A mix of familiar industry best practices, like the 9 Block – mixed with proprietary approaches like the Good Leadership Expectation Model.

A strategic focus on talent – assuring both an inside-out and outside-in approach to aligning talent with strategy.

A solid, time-tested tool set that provides simple methods to engage, mentor, and coach emerging talent.

Benefits of Good Leadership Talent Review:

Good Leadership coaches approach talent review and planning through the lens of “goodness pays.” Goodness is all about people thriving together. How can emerging leaders thrive, if they don’t know what their senior colleagues see in their leadership?

Executives find the Good Leadership tools and models to be simple, pragmatic, and efficient. They focus on the question: What does the organization need from our talent?

Managers feel equipped and empowered to coach their talent effectively - informed by clear and actionable insights.

The Good Leadership difference:

Within the goodness pays framework is a focus on creating healthy tension – particularly when discussing talent. Good Leadership keeps the conversation strategic, honest, and actionable – focused on what the business needs from leaders to execute mission-critical strategies.

Learn more about Talent and Review Planning today. Contact us to schedule a conversation.

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