Why talent management and industrial–organisational (I-O) psychology has a big problem

Research Briefing

Keywords: talent management, learning and development, industrial-organisational psychology, I-O, evidence-based practice

Talent management, learning and development practitioners and I-O psychologists play important and central roles within organisations these days. They are particularly influential across a range of issues in organisations, such as:

  • choosing high-potential talent
  • talent assessment and selection
  • learning and development curricula and practices
  • performance management issues
  • employee engagement issues
  • team effectiveness
  • leadership and management development

and a range of other engagements that have a significant influence on organisational outcomes.

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