The talent liberation story
Talent liberation was born from frustration.
Frustration that a lot of the thinking on talent was too narrow to bring the promised competitive advantage.
Frustration that talent management was not fit for purpose in the changing work environment.
Frustration that the language and processes of talent management were restricting the way people thought of the problems and the solutions, creating a focus on process rather than purpose.
Combining academic research, thought leadership and practical leadership and practical experience, we wanted to develop a different approach. Through collaboration, conversation, trial and error, Talent Liberation was born.
We believe that this approach opens new ways of thinking about the challenges and the potential solutions, bringing potential benefits to organisations, leaders and to individuals. We are on a mission to set talent free.