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Talent

Technology, globalization, and growing regulation are reshaping the way people work, learn, collaborate, and lead. Organizations are now rethinking their talent strategies at all stages of the employee lifecycle; looking to the open talent economy to attract, access, develop, and retain talent.

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10 Predictions to Guide Your Talent Strategy in 2016

In this report, we explain key developments and critical insights to help guide your HR, learning and talent strategies throughout the year. Topics include performance management, corporate learning and leadership.

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Deloitte launches new leadership consulting practice

Deloitte announces the launch of a new leadership consulting practice which coincides with Deloitte UK’s acquisition of the business and assets of Kaisen Consulting Limited, a boutique leadership consultancy of business psychologists.

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Deloitte named a global leader in Leadership Development Consulting by Kennedy

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL) is pleased to announce that Kennedy Research has named Deloitte member firms a global leader—appearing furthest to the right of the Vanguard for “breadth of capabilities”— in Leadership Development Consulting in their report entitled Leadership Development Consulting 2015.

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The purpose-driven professional

As employees increasingly look for meaning and social impact in their corporate jobs, companies are seeking—and finding—ways to link talent development and rewarding, purpose-driven work, for both employee engagement and competitive advantage.

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Talent Strategies

Winning in the open talent economy. Learn about our services. 

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Organization Transformation & Talent

Precise interventions for lasting impact. Learn about our services.

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Human Capital

Business-led, people-driven. Learn about Deloitte's human capital services.

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Consulting

Innovation, transformation, and leadership in your market. Learn about our services.  

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Redesigning work in an era of cognitive technologies

Cognitive technologies can and will be used to eliminate jobs. But leaders face choices about how to apply cognitive technologies. These decisions will determine whether workers are marginalized or empowered, and whether their organizations are creating value or merely cutting costs.

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The Talent Intelligent Board

In most organizations, talent is the essential resource — in fact your talent is the one thing that can distinguish you from your competitors. 

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HR for Humans: How behavioral economics can reinvent HR

HR practices are often based on outdated ideas of human psychology and organizational design. When it comes to hiring decisions, employee motivation, and helping workers make better choices, behavioral insights and evidence-based practices can drive a new generation of HR strategies.

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Beyond corporate borders to talent ecosystems

What the open source model did for software development, the open talent economy is doing for work. Today’s younger are managing their careers on their own terms. Organizations will need to reassess what they have to offer talent and even what it means to “have” talent in the first place.

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Nothing for money: A behavioral perspective on innovation and motivation

Companies increasingly look to knowledge workers to advance new strategies, products, services, and processes, but making it happen is tricky: Dangling financial rewards can actually prove counterproductive. Behavioral research points to ways to effectively kindle employees’ motivation to innovate.

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Deloitte named a leader in benefits consulting by Kennedy

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2014 Global Top Five Total Rewards Priorities Survey

The 2014 Global Top Five Rewards Priorities Survey suggests that employers around the world face similar challenges despite different political and geographic climates.