We’ve led Finance, Talent Acquisition and Talent Management at Fortune 500 companies, including Home Depot, Coca-Cola and Revlon. We have hands-on experience in operations from startups to global multinationals. We understand the evolution of talent needs as a company grows.
Saying “people are our most important asset” was a convenient platitude for the last 2 decades, but now it’s a critical reality most companies aren’t set up to deal with.
We blend our deep HR and finance experience to illuminate the connection of talent investments with business value - so you can deal (and do more) - now.
We don’t think having fun and being successful are mutually exclusive; we think they’re mutually reinforcing. You’re going to laugh more than you’d expect.
We have a healthy cynicism regarding “same old” HR solutions. You’re going to enjoy change more than you’d expect.
We believe the purpose of debate is progress, not victory - so you can expect pragmatic, evidence based discussions to help accelerate progress. You’re going to participate in deeper discussions about your business value drivers than you’d expect.
TGA is the authority on the emerging concept of talent valuation, connecting talent investments with measurable business value. Here’s some of the latest media articles featuring Talent Growth Advisors Insight:
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Our work puts us in the room with bright people, from multiple industries, tasked with the same challenges many of HR leaders face. They inspire us to share what we learn. We do that here.
Let’s face it: recruiting professionals are generally very good at being interviewed. But that fact doesn’t correlate with excellent recruiting or leadership skills. A TA leader position can be among the most important roles in an organization. Here are some tough but fair questions to ask your finalists and, more importantly, the right answers to look for.