Watson Martin Partnership is winning the talent retention game

Probably the hottest topic in HR at the moment is how companies can win the talent retention game. Recent surveys indicate that the attraction and retention of talent is the top concern for more than 60% of employers. In fact the CIPD’s latest Resourcing and Talent Planning Survey stated that half of CEOs have talent management as a key priority.

“In business, holding onto your best people translates into competitive advantage and we are delighted that Louise has decided to come back,” says Heather Watson, Managing Partner at Reed Business School working through Watson Martin Partnership. “Louise is a qualified adviser and assessor, with an MSc in Organisational Psychology and PhD in Experimental Psychology and she specialises in behavioural skills development, so she is a real asset to the business” Watson continues.

“I’m delighted to be back” responds Louise Hill, CIPD Consultant.

Watson Martin Partnership has an excellent reputation for quality and for combining high academic standards with practical and business-focused application. All tutors are highly qualified HR practitioners with an unrivaled level of strategic experience and professionalism. Watson Martin Partnership is a trusted learning partner with years of experience of designing and delivering bespoke programmes for individuals and corporate clients and talent retention is undoubtedly a key factor in the excellent exam results achieved.

Louise Hill is responsible for supporting candidates through Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced level CIPD qualifications and is able to support candidates in the North of England.

“I personally think that despite the trend toward digital communication, face-to-face interaction is just as important now than it has ever been. It certainly helps our candidates to foster trust and leads to solid, long-term relationships” said Louise.“It is an opportunity to nurture relationships that we may have started online. I’m looking forward to meeting my candidates soon.”