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WORKFORCE PLANNING FOR A HEALTHY ORGANISATION

In 2023 we are seeing businesses continuing to evolve and respond to internal and external influences, with workforce realignment, adjustment and future-focused planning to ensure their talent resource delivers to changing organisational needs. This creates opportunity for the business community to lead the way in developing healthy organisations, where a people-centred approach is applied to all elements of work.


Global and local factors of economic challenge and changing business models are prevalent, in an environment of organisations balancing varying phases of the business life cycle. As some businesses will be reducing employee numbers, others will be expanding and actively seeking the talent they need to ensure success.

Internally there may be complexity, with organisations concurrently managing change or integration in those that are growing and/or developing emerging business units and new ventures. These dynamics are providing opportunity for diverse approaches to recruiting, redeploying and upskilling teams to maximise return on talent investment.


In evaluating talent, recognising and leveraging transferrable skills applicable to the contemporary workplace is critical. For our New Zealand and Australian clients these include -

Adaptive leadership

Agility and nimble commercial responsiveness

Digital literacy

Innovation and entrepreneurial mindset

Strategic thinking

Numerical and data literacy

Curiosity, learning agility

Influence

Commercial judgement

Collaborative problem solving

Resilience


Within this commercial setting, a priority for leaders and teams is to strive for a people-centred culture and healthy organisation recognised by engaged teams, customer satisfaction and financial performance.


For a conversation and more information on how our Recruitment, Career Coaching and HR services can support your organisation within this dynamic market, contact us on 09 3570570 or info@pohlenpartners.co.nz






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