In today’s IT landscape, attracting top talent is a strategic imperative. To make the process of finding and hiring talent successful, we need to look beyond the candidate’s knowhow.
Looking at the technical skillset (expertise, background, years of experience,…) of a candidate should be an Olympic minimum. It’s also about identifying the leadership behaviour and looking at their potential growth path. And, finally, it’s the cultural fit. How you express your organizational DNA, whatever it may be. The more explicit you are about who you are as an organization, your purpose and specific culture, the easier it will be to become a talent magnet. Your vibe attracts your tribe.
For professionals in various fields, finding a workplace that not only values their skills but also resonates with their values and aspirations is crucial. To retain talent, you will need to encourage them to become the best version of themselves. The link between employee engagement, well-being, learning and development and leadership is undeniable. We’ve identified 12 key drivers of engagement, underscoring the pivotal role of a work environment where employees stay, belong, thrive, learn and feel valued.
This synergy results in increased productivity and customer satisfaction. The cycle is self-reinforcing and, when executed effectively, yields substantial business benefits and sustainable growth.
Author: Inge Van Belle
Partner Stanton Chase Middle East– Technnology & Professional Services
Co-Founder Herculean Alliance
Women in IT Day is an event dedicated to supporting women in technology. The aim of the event is education, relationship building and mentoring to inspire and support women at various stages of their IT career. The free online conference is an excellent opportunity for women interested in new technologies and wanting to develop in this field. The event is attended by leaders of the Polish and European IT industry and experts in motivation and development.
The organizer of Women in IT Day is Future Collars – an innovative school of programming and developing digital competences online. The school offers a unique teaching method that is addressed to both individuals who want to change their career path and enter the IT world, as well as companies that are looking for effective development programs for reskilling and upskilling of their employees.
WOMEN IN IT DAY 2023
THANK YOU FOR BEING WITH US:
MAIN PARTNER: PKO BP, Central IT Center, Accenture, BNP Paribas Bank Polska, Orange, Point72, PwC, Totalizator Sportowy, GPW, SimCorp HONORARY PATRONAGE: Ministry of Family and Social Policy, Ministry of Digitization, KIGEIT National Chamber of Commerce for Electronics and Telecommunications POLSA Polska Space Agency CONTENT PARTNER: HR Hints, flexi.pl, Jolanta Kwaśniewska Foundation Communication Without Barriers, Stowarzyszenie Blockchain Polska, IAESTE, Bring Women Back to Work, Youth Human Impact, Women of Medicine Foundation, CCIFP French-Polish Chamber of Commerce, Challenge Rocket com, Development Foundation Knowledge Societies THINK! Konfederacja Lewiatan, HackYeah, FOB, She Skillz, Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications PIIT, Foundation of Women Business Leaders, MMC Polska, Cyber Clue, OPI Information Processing Center, Głos Pisany Szminką, Share the care, SoDA, Nesst, Instytut Bez Stresu, Cyber Women Community, Eklektika MEDIA PATRONAGE: Connecting IT Poland, Comparic.pl, portfoliopolaka.pl, reach4.biz, TVP Bydgoszcz, biotechnologia.pl, Mamo Pracuj, Talenti, BiznesTuba, Fintek, Polska Sky, Businesswoman&life 5 EDITION OF WOMEN IN IT DAY IS PART OF ERASMUS+ PROGRAM in COOPERATION: Future Collars, DIGITALEUROPE, European Women’s Association