NHS nurse talent managers: what does their new(ish) job involve?
The role exists to maximise opportunities for nurses in the workplace. And for experienced nurses seeking a change, it’s a great career move in its own right
A talent manager for nursing and midwifery is a senior nurse position designed to attract, retain and develop staff and support them to thrive in their roles.
How does talent management apply to nursing and midwifery?
The title ‘talent manager’ comes from NHS England, which says talent management is about ensuring employers make the most of their workforces’ talents, whether through recruiting the right people for the right roles, enabling staff to realise their potential, or ensuring talented employees want to stay in the organisation.
The role was introduced at
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