The nature of ‘talent’ is fundamentally shifting. Full time, permanent, 8am-6pm working is gone. Younger generations expect more creative development, progression and meaning from their workplaces. Organisations need to embrace the concept of an ‘open talent economy’ to maximise their ability to access the range of capabilities needed to thrive in the future. We understand the talent challenges facing organisations and can provide support across a range of aspects of the talent lifecycle to support you to develop a strategy fit for the future.
We have three core areas of expertise in relation to talent
- Talent Acquisition Lifecycle Review, with a specific focus on pre-employment strategy and process improvement
- Talent ‘Accelerator’ labs designed to hot house the evolution of your future talent strategy
- Insight and advice on building diverse, engaging and inclusive workplaces
Due to the innovative nature of how WhartonBC works, our commitment to flexibility and Natalie’s success as a female entrepreneur, we are also frequently asked to share our insight in these critical talent themes.
WhartonBC is also a qualified provider of Lumina Spark™, Hogan HPI™ and Myers Briggs™ psychometric tools which can be deployed on an individual or group basis to support talent assessment and development aims.