By | Ben Eubanks | Human Resources Professional, Speaker, and Blogger
“How can you build things that are as small as they can be so that you can plug and play and you can pivot and change? The way that I think about manifesting that in talent programs is thinking about more of a skills culture. If we have the skill of adapting and coping, for example, and we know that’s a critical element in a lot of areas of our organization. Let’s go ahead and build programs around building that skill up, then we can quickly pivot and change as the organization’s needs change.”
Becky Layana, Global Talent Program Manager, H.B. Fuller
We’re Only Human — Episode 141
In today’s dynamic workplace, employers need to think about how they can create high-impact talent programs that deliver results like engagement, performance, and retention. At H.B. Fuller, this is a top priority. In today’s discussion, Ben and Becky Layana, Global Talent Program Manager at H.B. Fuller, examine how the company prioritizes talent, what that means from a culture and values perspective, and how it opens up opportunities to get the best from people while still supporting the business.
Most importantly, listen to this episode and how much importance is placed on talent management as a business process/practice, not just a siloed HR activity. There are some excellent takeaways on that front.