New Case Study: HomeServe analyses talent data with Talent Successor

We’re delighted to publish a case study by our customer HomeServe. Ian Lee-Emery, founder and Chief Executive Officer comments: “HomeServe has adopted our Talent Successor tool to give HomeServe a clear line of sight of its identified key talent at any time. It enables them to interrogate the talent data and generate the information needed for its Global Talent Report quickly.”   …

Make 2019 the year you tackle succession planning

Make 2019 the year you get to grips with succession planning and make it happen in your organisation. Get hold of our freely available eBook, and update your talent review and succession planning processes. …

New eBook to help make succession planning more effective

Talent management software specialist Head Light has published a new, freely available eBook for those wanting to upgrade their talent review and succession planning processes. …

Head Light provides comment in FT article

You may have seen our Head of Business Psychology, Debbie Hance, quoted in the Financial Times on Monday 5 January.…

Management bias can hold back employees

HR teams need to use and interpret data more effectively if they want to overcome management bias and spot who really has talent and potential in their organisation, according to talent management software specialist Head Light. “Organisations rightly want to identify which employees have the capability and potential to add real value in the future, so they can nurture, engage and retain them,” said Debbie Hance, Head of Business Psychology at Head Light. “But many HR teams find it difficult to articulate what they mean by ‘potential’, so it’s often left to the opinions of managers or the views of an interview panel whether or not someone is deemed to be ‘talent’. The whole process is vulnerable to psychological bias and this could be holding back the progression of talent in today’s organisations.”…

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