Demystifying Talent Management offers practical advice for all managers, HR professionals, senior leaders, and other employees on how to work together to build a talented and motivated workforce. The book addresses performance, development, coaching, feedback, compensation, and other elements of people management. Using simple, straightforward language, Kim Janson tells you how you can avoid confusion and conflicts when engaging in talent management. You'll learn: What performance is needed and expected: how to translate your company's strategy into individual performance; What it means to measure and track progress, simply and clearly; What you can and should do to help an individual's development; How to narrow your focus to improve a skill, knowledge, or experience; How to take both an individual's profile and the direction of the organization into account in career development and succession planning; How to make compensation (cash, public accolades, feedback, etc.) a true driver of results; How coaching and feedback are essential in bringing all the elements of talent management together. This book will guide you to a deeper understanding of the mechanics of talent management and development success so that all the stakeholders can come together in a win-win-win-win scenario. Demystifying Talent Management is for anyone who wants to truly understand the powerful pieces to talent management and development. DTM will help you qunleashq and get the most from your people and in turn, drive hard for your business' success. This is worth your time for sure. - MARSHALL GOLDSMITH, author or editor of 34 books including the global bestsellers MOJO and What Got You Here Won't Get You There Kim is a very talented, very global executive who has been developing people around the world for the last 20 years. Her ability to simplify and her courage to communicate on any topic make her a great partner. This book opens the vault to Kim's insight. - SYD FINKELSTEIN, Steven Roth Professor of Management, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and author of Why Smart Executives Fail Kim Janson takes the complex subjects of talent management and development and makes them simple, insightful, and replicable in Demystifying Talent Management. This book is a valuable resource for those that want to excel in managing and developing people. - BILL JOHNSON, former Chairman, President, and CEO, H.J. Heinz Company Kim's book does a great job of taking the often confusing genre of managing or developing people and distilling the key ideas that, if you use them, will help make you a powerful leader. - ALAN HASSENFELD, Chairman of the Executive Committee and former CEO, Hasbro As a CEO, I've read many books on developing people and managing better. Kim Janson's Demystifing Talent Management rises to the top because of the comprehensiveness and connectedness of the message and the simplicity in which it is laid out. The book is powerful because it is a simple, straight-forward message for managers on what and how to do things for high impact. - AL VERRECCHIA, former CEO and Chairman, HasbroA book from Kim on managing and developing people is a powerful read because she applies these skills, adds her direct style, and in the end you have a very clear, compelling how-to manual. a RON GARROW, Chief Human Resourcesanbsp;...
|Title||:||Demystifying Talent Management|
|Publisher||:||Maven House Press - 2015-01-13|