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Transcend Talent Management
Transcend Talent Management is an executive talent firm which specialises in assisting organisations achieve their transformation objectives. We attain this by the sourcing and placement of the right people for the right position, while building an inclusive economy. Transcend Talent Management also offer BEE Human Capital strategies to our sister company, Transcend Corporate Advisors. Our solutions include advisory to multinational clients on Board restructuring as well as sourcing fiduciaries for Trusts as part of BEE Ownership schemes. In addition, we have placed Non-Executive Directors on group Boards as well as senior Black talent into corporates, while working with our clients to satisfy the management control pillar of the scorecard.
We offer services to both locally listed blue-chip companies and multi-national investors in South Africa and our talent management solutions solutions are tailored to suit your unique needs and circumstances and include;
Integrated talent management services
Succession planning and leadership development
Outplacement and retention strategies and implementation
A deep, demonstrable Rest-of-Africa experience
Management consulting methodology to gain an understanding of your needs
Accurate scoping that results in timeous and cost-effective execution assignments
We can help you achieve your transformation goals. Whether it be through the hire and placement of the right staff into your organisation or through talent placement of executives, we specialise in making sure your talent needs are covered.
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