Solve your critical talent challenges by proactively identifying, assessing and engaging future leaders using an in-depth assessment of internal and external talent. Succession planning is about being future ready in a world that is constantly changing to provide your business with a competitive advantage.
Talent Mapping is a strategic tool used by HR specialists and Boards to plan for long-term talent acquisition.
Six Degrees Talent Mapping solutions provide a helicopter view of the current talent landscape using on-going research and intelligence about other organisations and the talent within the industry. We utilise in-depth market intelligence and conduct a confidential analysis of talent pools to assess suitable talent that is available. This process reveals the big picture to our clients, saving time, money and mitigating risk. Read more
Talent Pipelining services solve critical talent challenges by engaging talent proactively and continually using our comprehensive research methodology. Pipelining is critical for future business success; it reduces time to fill and therefore potential revenue loss associated with having a position vacant.
It is about being future ready in a world that is constantly changing. It will provide your business with a competitive advantage through engaging with the right talent now, who will become your future leaders. Read more
Utilise the deep industry expertise of Six Degrees’ team of researchers and consultants to provide bespoke talent consulting solutions such as salary benchmarking, competitive analysis and project-based or specialist support for your internal talent team. Read more
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