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people and talent

We will help you get the most from your talent in a future marked by continuous and disruptive change, with shifts in how businesses do things transforming what people will do at work. We will support your preparation for this change now - stand back and wait, and you’ll risk getting left behind. We will support you to prepare for this change now.

Here’s how we can help:

  • Embracing change - respond to change to improve performance and create value
  • Managing talent - find and organise talent that will help deliver your promises to stakeholders
  • Learning innovation – moving beyond learning, using digital resources to improve the performance of the workforce on the go
  • Empowering people - work with leaders to bring clarity and consistency to employee messages, exploit elements of storytelling to engage listeners and refine the tone and delivery of employee communication to maximise impact
  • Understanding workforce futures - stay abreast of the latest trends in the market to help inform your future workforce needs
  • Creating a high-performance culture - establish the right culture for the business you want.

We bring:

  • A notably different perspective that offers challenge, foresight and imagination - we are not afraid to question the status quo or the trendy fad
  • A deep understanding of how you can achieve performance through people – our strength is human psychology
  • Proprietary research and insight into ‘the power of people’ - we are active and authoritative commentators on the world around us; we back up our ideas with evidence and fact.

Our experts have a rich understanding of people and how they behave, clear analysis grounded in our extensive research and bold ideas backed by practical experience.

 
 

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  • Never forget your heart and soul – a lesson for leaders everywhere2016 has been an interesting year to say the least. Regardless of whether you are delighted or appalled by the outcome of recent events, the message for other national governments appears to be this: listen more, don't ignore the silent majority and never forget your heart and soul. 09/12/2016
  • The UK's talent crisis – how can local learning partnerships overcome our national skills deficit?A new PA report, 'Communities of Talent: universities in local learning and innovation ecosystems', explores the ways in which universities, employers and other partners around the world have been rethinking the meanings of skills and talent in today's world, and are working together to develop innovative responses. 18/02/2016
  • Back to the AI Future: the emergence of the Second Machine Age workforce 21 October 2015 is 'Back to the Future Day'. It was the day in Back to the Future (BTTF) 2 that Marty McFly travels to the future from 1985 and discovers his hometown transformed. While we still don't have flying cars (and hover boards are still in development), the movie made some alarmingly accurate predictions about how technology would significantly augment and automate the world. 12/12/2016
  • Lasting impact or lasting dependency: what will be the legacy of your change support team?At PA, we are increasingly seeing clients plug this skill gap by hiring external support or establishing internal consulting teams to reinforce change leaders. But if these decisions are not carefully thought through and the right change partner selected, organisations can become over-reliant on them. 18/08/2016

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