Cornerstone People Research Lab
Talent Health Index Assessment
Take 10 minutes to answer 32 questions for insights into the health of your talent initiatives.
Tailored talent insights to inspire action
The Talent Health Index walks you through the four levels of the talent health maturity model, each building on the previous one.
Level 1: Foundational
The basic building blocks are in place to meet the essential talent and learning needs of a business and employees, but emerging areas of talent strategy, like upskilling and talent mobility, are just at the starting line.
Level 2: Administrative
While some processes are still manual, talent initiatives expand beyond compliance and offer employees some skills-based opportunities. Healthy steps are being taken, but there is plenty of room for improvement.
Level 3: Sophisticated
Automated processes, tools, and some analytics are in place. These organizations are consistently developing their employees and have established an engaging learning culture.
Level 4: Transformative
A highly self-driven talent and learning culture that integrates people, job roles, and skills data to inform business decisions. These organizations have mastered their talent health and are exceptionally fit.
Self-assessment sneak peek:
- What is the perception of learning in your organization?
- What best identifies how skills needs are identified in your organization?
- How is goal setting done at your organization?
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