Cultivating Talent

Nathanson, Michael J.
April 2013
Financial Planning;Apr2013, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p96
The author discusses the aspects of human capital strategy in handling a wealth management company which depends on its service team. He states that the success of the company is due to its ability to attract the best talent. He relates on his company, Colony Group, wherein their strategy is building organizational structure, setting goals, offering compensations to the employees. He adds that empowerment, communication, and employment practices are also essential for the business progress.


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