'Combining experience with theory, the explanation and examples are excellent.'
'What I will take away from this workshop is 'building a talent pipeline'. I will be making this part of my recruitment teams' KPI's.'
'Great knowledge imparted and willing to share.'
Piran Consulting conducted the first public workshop of our new Strategic Talent Acquisition workshop in the past week, and we received great feedback, as well as having a really good time!
Talent acquisition has evolved rapidly in Asia from a tactical, back-office process to a strategic endeavour that directly impacts organisational growth. Companies, from small operations, to MNCs,that are struggling to identify and attract talent, must rethink their current strategies and technology options in order to align with corporate objectives.
This new course aims to equip HR professionals and corporate recruiters with critical new skills set that solve these challenges and position their organisation for success. Talent Acquisition professionals must move beyond the world of order taking and searching resumes, towards a more structured and strategic approach towards workforce planning and analytics, that lead to business outcomes and mastery of a set of new relationship-building competencies and tools.
The feedback was very positive all round, with some great interaction between the participants. Open sharing and dialogue helped the group develop new ideas, think of solutions to some of their existing problems, and leave with new strategies which can be readily implemented back at their workplace.
This was a really enjoyable course, even for our trainer, and we look forward to many more!
Have a look at our programme details, or contact us for further info on how you can benefit from this groundbreaking course.
Piran Consulting MD published in the Journal of Business Compliance
Sam Gibbins, MD of Piran Consulting, has recently been published in the Journal of Business Compliance. The Journal of Business Compliance is intended to encourage learning and the sharing of effective compliance and governance practices across the boundaries of industrial divides, and across the frontiers of Europe. The content is relevant to all participants in the modern business environment, from the regulator and practitioner, to Directors of the Board of the Company and the Human Resources manager.
Those wishing to read this full article are invited to contact us so we can distribute at no cost. We hope you enjoy reading as much as we enjoyed putting it together!
The incessant growth of social and digital media has created a wealth of opportunities for business, but due to their very nature have also created problems, not least in respect of compliance, risk management and governance issues. So what does it represent? A gourmet platter of opportunity for business? Or a minefield of risk for the unwary?
In this article, Sam Gibbins explores the balance of opportunities these new forms of connection and communication afford business and their potential downsides. Through an examination of a series of real life example cases that put the practical impact of these developments into context, and highlight additional imminent challenges, Sam builds on them to provide a series of recommendations for the development of our social media policies, which provide welcome direction and a checklist for action for those of us who are, perhaps, still playing catch up...