As well as ensuring great integration, this tells internal and external stakeholders that the business has a tangible commitment to the development of future leaders within HR Jobs and to driving down long-term costs. It also sends a message to employees that performance is rewarded. However, achieving a balance between so called ‘home-grown’ leaders (who typically offer the benefit of having a deep knowledge of the company and have developed a cultural sensitivity as a result) and new fresh-thinking talent can be difficult. In a time when change is essential and organisations are facing the effects of leaner management structures, this issue is being brought right to the forefront of strategic planning.
Research suggests that emerging leaders who have had their talents recognised early on and have been guided up through the management levels of a particular company have a huge amount of potential within that organisation. However, they are unlikely to have developed the attributes offered by leaders who have worked ‘in the field’ developing their talents across a variety of industries and organisations. As such, businesses may need to bring in new leaders with the necessary skills to bring about change and maintain market position. HR recruitment agencies promoting HR jobs in Stratford and in other parts of the country have their work cut out sourcing leaders with a long list of necessary attributes. Similarly, candidates who have worked their way up through the ranks of a company may take the opportunity to increase their experience elsewhere. Therefore, organisations will be looking for ways to retain their 'home-grown' leaders at the same time.
What seems inevitable is that there will be significant movement over the coming years, which is perhaps good news for those looking for jobs in Stratford and elsewhere.