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Aligning people and business strategy with a holistic view of talent
HR leaders are drawn to the prospect of creating a high-performing workforce but often overlook the key ingredients. In fact, companies that align talent with business strategy outperform others by 16%, retain 30% more top performers, and see 34% higher employee performance.

The last 18 months have posed major challenges that saw business and talent strategies put to a rigorous test. As a result, there is a renewed urgency for HR leaders to realign their talent strategy to the wider business goals to factor in changing business dynamics.

In our next HR Expert webinar, James Moore, a Director at Morgan Phillips Talent Consulting, will outline how HR leaders can design and implement high impact talent solutions that enable their wider business strategy to flourish.

· Building the foundations for success
· Understanding your talent context
· Enhancing productivity and developing leaders
· Using insight to unlock potential

Oct 27, 2021 11:30 AM in London

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James Moore
Director @Morgan Phillips Talent Consulting
James is a big believer that talent is the only true source of high-performance within an organisation and is passionate about helping people and organisations reach their full potential. James started his career in the Royal Air Force, serving 12 years’. He worked across a variety of roles including recruitment and selection, talent management and HR operations. After leaving the RAF in 2015, James spent two years’ working in the Middle East - across Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar and the UAE - consulting on a variety of large scale transformation projects. Since making the move back to the UK he has followed his passion for people and continues to help clients design and implement talent solutions that add value across the talent management cycle. James tries to keep active, although currently, his main form of exercise is running around after his two year-old son and six month-old dog.