Talent & Culture

Planning and strategy for an evolving workforce

Companies that can successfully attract and retain top talent have a competitive advantage in terms of innovation, productivity, and growth.

  • Crafting Employee Value Propositions to help organizations attract top talent, increase employee engagement and retention, and foster a successful and high-performing workforce. This powerful tool in the talent acquisition process, communicates the unique benefits and experiences that employees can expect when joining the organization.
  • Executive coaching to improve leadership effectiveness, enable better decision-making, enhance interpersonal relationships, and ultimately contribute to the organization’s success and growth.
  • Providing Talent Bench Strength Analysis–with a macro look into existing talent pools’ performance and potential to help identify individuals who can  evolve with an organization’s evolving requirements. This information and a standardized, actionable strategy will able development discussions and plans for strategic talent acquisition.
  • Providing culture assessments to create a positive and supportive work environment, enhance employee engagement, and foster a culture that promotes organizational success and employee well-being.



  • Designed Talent acquisition metrics to ensure the company was making data driven decisions to forecast and plan for the future of growth.
  • Successfully conducted a bench strength analysis for a manufacturing company who was seeking a neutral perspective on their middle level talent.
  • Maximized profits by hiring more than 1000 front line employees within 6 months by re-engineering the recruitment process, tying compensation to hires, and re-imagining the workforce architecture.
Erika Duncan Of People On Point On How To Hire The Right Person
Authority Magazine
August 23, 2022
For me, critical thinking is the most important skill set. To be inclusive of candidates’ learning styles, and personalities, I think it’s important to use multiple modalities to ensure a broad and fair representation of how the candidate thinks. Written questions allow candidates to have time to package the answer. This often allows introverts to show up more confidently.

5 Ways to Measure Employee Satisfaction in the Financial Services Sector
Deanna deBara
August 11, 2022
When it comes to Human Resources in financial services, there are few areas more important than employee experience. Ensuring that your employees are engaged with their work, satisfied with their jobs, and having a positive overall experience with your organizations plays a crucial role in everything from company culture to employee retention to employee performance. And with so many financial employees leaving their jobs (according to data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), in April 2022, 249,000 people left their jobs in the financial sector), keeping your employees engaged and satisfied is more important than ever.

Employee Retention: Understanding The Enigma Of 2022
Knowledge Ridge
August 10, 2022
Engagement and retention are discussed now more than ever but remain an enigma for many organizations. The pandemic was a catalyst for discussions of how to engage employees creatively while companies quickly adapted to remote work. Companies are immersed in a season of challenges as we navigate competing priorities, loyalties, and commitments.