Identifying and developing a talent pool of high potentials represents a critical investment of organizational time and resources. However, studies indicate that the outcomes of high-potential processes do not appear to be meeting the needed demand. A recent global study concluded that only 18 per cent of HR professionals surveyed rated their organization as strong in its available bench strength to meet future business needs.
When we examine common practices for identifying, developing and engaging high potentials, we quickly see that, unfortunately, important decisions are often undermined by a lack of due diligence, unclear or ambiguous criteria, questionable accuracy and absence of a larger plan that connects high-potential selection, development and engagement to business impact. This webinar will address:
Managing Director | BasilTree Consulting
Bhawana founded BasilTree Consulting, with the objective of enabling business success for clients, by helping them leverage their human capital through identifying, developing and retaining ‘right’ talent across the organisation. In the short span of time since inception, BasilTree has worked with a range of Indian conglomerates and multinational companies, to make talent their strategic differentiator (www.basiltreeconsulting.com).
Prior to founding BasilTree, Bhawana was Business Director for SHL India, where she grew the business from inception to several hundred clients. Bhawana has helped companies make assessments a part of their employee lifecycle and institutionalised SHL’s OPQ and Pearson tools like Raven’s PM, SOSIE & WGCTA in companies’ integrated talent management processes. Prior to SHL, Bhawana worked with Arthur Andersen and PwC. In both these roles, she consulted Indian and multinational companies in the design of organisation structures, HR processes and specifically, competency-based interventions.
Bhawana’s passion lies in working with clients to demonstrate the measurable business impact of people processes. She takes pride in bringing to India global practices that are tuned to local cultural and commercial realities. She has a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Delhi, and is certified in a range of global psychometric tools and assessment and training processes.
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