Amid the rise of agile organizations and the gig economy, the increasing collaborative intensity of work, and the recent job reallocation shock from the global pandemic, role transitions are more frequent than ever before. These transitions make talent more vulnerable to attrition, disengagement, and low productivity.
The Connected Commons consortium, co-managed by i4cp, has done extension research on how to challenge conventional wisdom and accelerate transitions--from employee onboarding to promotions and lateral movement--to enable greater workforce agility. The research shows that onboarding and leadership development programs often falter by following traditional "best practices" rather than emphasizing the power of quickly developing networks and relationships that can help meet today's collaborative demands.
In this exclusive Connected Commons Workshop, we covered the proven relational practices adopted by individuals who have excelled at work and been promoted more rapidly than their similarly tenured peers. This interactive working session overviewed how to:
- Gain insight into the challenges organizations face today to retain talent
- Examine the four critical inflection that employees face when making transitions
- Learn how to coach employees with proven practices and tangible tools that help them reach their full potential more quickly
- Build a compelling business case to invest in a connected workforce
- The Big Picture – Future trends influencing talent fluidity and workforce agility
- Calculating the Impact of Talent Transitions - Learn how small transitions across the organization can add up to massive costs and loss of efficiency
- Interactive Small Group Breakout – Use the Accelerating Employee Transitions Calculator to estimate your organization's impact
- The Tale of Two Transitions - Follow two narratives of similar new hires to learn how early differences in networking can impact long-term career success
- 4 Critical Widows of Talent Vulnerability - Help employees avoid quicksand, cocooning, a collaborative tsunami, and the wall
- Interactive Small Group Breakout – Supporting talent at inflection points
- Reflections and Next Steps to make an impact in your organization