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HR Executives Urged To Promote Talent Culture

Human resources executives were yesterday encouraged to promote and manage employee talent in every workplace. Australian Human Resource Institute chief executive, Lyn Goodear, made these comments at the BSP Fiji
23 Oct 2015 12:29
HR Executives Urged To Promote Talent Culture
Australian Human Resource Institute chief executive officer Lyn Goodear (left) with Fiji Human Resources president Balbir Singh during the cake cutting ceremony yesterday.

Human resources executives were yesterday encouraged to promote and manage employee talent in every workplace.
Australian Human Resource Institute chief executive, Lyn Goodear, made these comments at the BSP Fiji Human Resource Institute Convention to some 150 delegates. She was the keynote speaker.
The three-day convention is being held at the Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa on Denarau Island.
Ms Goodear used the opportunity to remind the HR executives of the roles they play in their organisation.
“I hope to inspire the delegates to think about the important role they play as leaders in managing talents and empowering their organisations to drive their performance,” she said.
She said change was inevitable and that it cannot be stopped.
“I have decided to speak on this topic because I think the world is changing and there is nothing we can do to slow the pace of change,” she said.
“So what we need to do is identify how we can better manage talent in context to change so that we can improve an organisation’s performance.
“We as leaders have to manage our enormous responsibilities to be part of the future of the country in managing the talented people and improving the outcomes for them and their organisations.”
Her advice to delegates: “Look at talent through the lens of the 3 C’s of competence, contribution and commitment.
“Manage our own talent equation in this exciting, but ever changing world in which we live.
“And then manage and grow the talent of those you lead to drive organisational performance.”

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