9781906610968
NEW EDITION

Talent Management Pocketbook

Andy Cross

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Description

How to find, keep and get the best from the people who can make an enterprise thrive is the subject of the Talent Management Pocketbook, now in its 2nd edition.

It features checklists and self-assessment tools to gauge current talent management strategy and pinpoint where improvements can be made. Included too are examples of outstanding talent management practices.

How do you judge with confidence that someone will succeed in a bigger role? The book describes how the ‘potential profiler’ can help identify potential talent in the key performance areas. It is one of several helpful models described.

Blending talent in order to build talented teams is another focus of this illustrated pocketbook. It deals with its subject in clear, concise terms with the emphasis on providing practical solutions.

The Talent Management Pocketbook has been written for trainers, HR and recruitment professionals, and for line managers with responsibility for retaining and developing talented team members.

 

Product Details

Author

Andy Cross

Pages

112

Paperback ISBN

9781906610968

eBook ISBN

9781907078682

Publication Date

August 2016

Paperback Dimensions

105 x 148mm

Format(s)

ebook, Paperback

Endorsements

“An invaluable guide for line managers, full of practical advice and thought-provoking questions. All managers will be able to develop their own talent for attracting, retaining and developing their best people.”
Dr Jane Yarnall, Director, Skills Evolution Ltd

“Jam-packed with excellent suggestions for how we, as managers, can integrate talent management into our daily working lives. It takes a common sense approach and smashes the myth that talent management is something done to or for us. Instead, it reinforces the view that we have as much responsibility to focus on this as, for example, on managing the bottom line. Well worth a read!”
Lin Kendrick, OD & Development Director, Virgin Media