As we wrap up Q3, it’s time to start preparing for year-end conversations. This quarter, we’ve been placing a major focus on the importance of data and how it can be the foundation of performance check-ins. Data also plays a role in larger talent strategies.
Truvelop Tip: Plan for Success with Talent Data
Take a look at your Truvelop dashboard. How has your team progressed over time? How many A-players do you have? How many B-players? How many C-players? Do you see any themes or patterns? By understanding your talent landscape, you can better plan for success and where you may want to spend additional time or effort for development. Interact with each of your Truvelop Dashboard widgets to get started.
By mapping your talent landscape, you can identify exactly who your exceptional, steady, and lagging performers are. Advocate for your emerging leaders, explore training opportunities, and collaborate to map career paths for your direct reports. When you take the time to acknowledge your team’s current strengths and areas for improvement, you’re showing your direct reports that their development matters and that you are invested in their career and experience. This goes a long way in driving trust and engagement.