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5 Talent Management Trends and the HR Skills They RequireBy Sharyln Lauby

While we’re still dealing with the impact of COVID-19, it’s important for us to realize that’s not the only priority for the business. This time of year is traditionally filled with conversations about next year’s strategic plans, individual goals and budgets. And COVID-19 makes this already challenging process even harder because we don’t have a clear sense of what’s going to happen next.
However, as HR professionals and business leaders, there are a few things we do know—the big one being that a well-thought out talent management strategy is an organizational competitive advantage. So, as we look to the months ahead, what are those talent management trends that we need to keep our eyes on?

HR is currently a corporate first responder, it’s time to lean in. Ensure you have the skills to deliver.

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