Are you aware of where the talent exists in the markets, where you operate today, or where you intend to operate? Are you building a talent today that your business will need tomorrow?
A business man must have thousands of question in his mind when he strategies his business growth
Talent mapping plays a vital role in the organization’s management and development.
Talent mapping can be defined as “discovering the right talent, but that talent in the right roles, and retaining top talent through career pathing. It’s a continuous process that helps to grow business and grow itself as business needs change.
Here’s a closer look at how talent mapping can help meet your business growth and goals. By understanding your future needs.
The true value of talent mapping helps you project future talent needs.
talent mapping is like an ‘outside-in, inside out’ approach, helping you measure where you stand internally and against the markets.
For example, a web designing company might want to hire people who are aware of recent web development software and languages.
Where are you headed for your business in the next five years? What skills will be needed to succeed in the changing business environment?
The first step to start the talent mapping process would be defining your
- business growth strategy,
- future security plans,
- development needs,
- and developing the team accordingly.
Talent mapping, when done attentively, show side-by-side evaluations of a competitor For example, a complete talent map for data science heads within the retail space would list the director’s name but also figure his organization out levels deep to include the managers and leads within the team.
Talent mapping permits businesses to create a map for future planning. It helps a businessman to understand what he has and what he lacks to grow his business.
A simple exercise of filling the organization chart can reveal what the strength of in-house talent is, which roles would be critical for your growth strategy and currently do not have a clear succession plan in place, it can help an organization to map the talent pool and proactively engage via different approaches.
Better scope and engagement
Talent mapping done in the right way leads to reaching quality candidates, and their engagement in the business. It helps in the hiring stage to understand the requirement of the business.
For example “in a web designing firm a candidate B’ would need to have good knowledge of web development software. Rather than a candidate A’ who is commanding in speaking English or German language. Whereas for business development purposes candidate A’ would be the right choice.
Building your own strengths
Talent mapping can help benchmark your talent pool roles to the talent available in the market and give you a graph of at what percentage your organization comes, skill lacks in business, and future growth needs. With such knowledge, a business can begin to take measures of what is needed for business growth considering their lacks and potentials.
The benefits of talent mapping are not only confined to business capability but also to increase the possibility of hiring the best candidate for the organization.
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Talent Mapping is often focused on identifying key executives in competitors or other relevant market-leading companies.
Audentia Research doesn’t rely on LinkedIn or other social or professional media sites, we actually speak to the very people you are looking to identify. This ensures our findings are detailed, verified, and completely up-to-date. Through a combination of online research and telephone investigation, we can typically deliver a report including profiles of relevant executives with information such as Job roles, reporting lines, team structure, career profile, educational qualification, location, and contact details.
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