Valuing your Talent

Welcome to Valuing your Talent - a research and engagement programme that we've been working on in collaboration with the UKCES, Investors in People, CMI, CIMA and the RSA to help give employers a clearer understanding of, and common means of describing, the way in which people impact the performance of their organisation.

Find out more about this programme and our partners

Featured resources

Managing the value of your talent: key findings and conclusions

Headline findings from our Valuing your Talent work which investigated the way organisations measure ad manage the human capital value of their people.

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Managing the value of your talent: a new framework for human capital measurement

The full Valuing your Talent report, show-casing the latest thinking in human capital measurement and management, with a variety of case studies.

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Valuing your Talent: the CEO discussion

In this podcast you will hear a discussion between Peter Cheese of the CIPD, Charles Tilley of CIMA and Ann Francke of CMI on Valuing your Talent.

The CEO discussion

HR Data stories: Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Unilever

Hear how global organisations Enterprise Rent-a-Car and Unilever collect workforce data and how they use it.

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Valuing your Talent website

Find out more including research, case studies and practical guidance on managing, measuring and reporting on the value of your human capital.

Visit the Valuing your Talent website

Events

Valuing your Talent in partnership with UKCES, IIP, CMI, CIMA, RSA Premiums
UK Commission for Employment and Skills Investors in People Chartered Institute of Management Accountants The RSA
Valuing your Talent
 
 

Investing for sustainable growth

Our short video and report explore why people metrics matter to the investment community and why organisations should report on their human capital.

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The Skills Challenge

Current systems fail to capture the value that people's knowledge and skills bring to organisations and the economy. This animation provided by RSA asks why, tells us why it matters and what we can do about it.