NABR releases report outlining 5 key talent strategies for executive leadership for 2024

DETROIT - Nov. 16, 2023 - PRLog -- As companies address concerns around talent engagement in the aftermath of the pandemic, a report issued by the National Association for Business Resources ( (NABR) offers valuable insights.

The recently released three-page document, "Recommendations for C-Suite Leadership," is based on information compiled from NABR's extensive network of HR and C-suite executives across the country.

With information collected from hundreds of leaders, NABR's report shares valuable insights about how companies are managing hybrid work, communication, productivity and collaboration.

These five areas are the most pressing issues affecting Human Resources and Executive Leadership currently:
  • Define what collaboration means for your organization.
  • Do not cut budgets or teams focused on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
  • Onboarding of new team members and training methodology need an overhaul.
  • Do not ignore burnout at all levels.
  • Leadership should continue to put more effort into communication and transparency.

"We have found many companies in our community have struggled to balance hybrid work approaches against the need to have employees back in the office for productivity, culture and collaboration reasons," said NABR President and CEO Jennifer D. Kluge. "This report challenges companies to think about and communicate clearly to their teams what is expected of them, whether they're working in person or digitally."

A copy of the report is available by emailing

About NABR: The National Association for Business Resources (NABR) is an organization that ignites greatness in companies and their people. The NABR community is a platform for dialogue, sharing of best practices, and providing powerful education and resources. Learn more at
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