Superstar Talent

Berglas, Steven
June 2010
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2010, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p3
The author in this article discusses the concept of talent and its impact on the business sector. He states that talent is often overlooked because people always look upon character and prefer it more than talent. He characterizes talent as born and not bred. He adds that talent are people who possess exceptional attributes, and in business field they are called the A's players who energize the whole team.


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