Talent Development

Carter, Louis; Fishel, Brian
May 2011
Leadership Excellence Essentials;May2011, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p8
The article suggests the factors to consider in talent development, a priority in the strategic planning of companies. Having a talent measurement standard, placing people in positions that play to their strengths, and balancing new perspectives with experienced veterans are some of the advice given by the author. The tendencies to avoid are discussed which include ignoring company goals, losing focus on business needs, and over-orchestrating. Effective leaders also need to be resilient, adaptable, and productive to meet current and future challenges.


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