#Leadership #Tip of the Day – #Talent Management

Talent Recruitment or Acquisition. Concept

See your pool of talent for the first time with today’s leadership development tip!

Assume that everyone around you has a unique talent and can do something better than you can. Then, try to discover these talents in others. Observe, study, and predict how their specific and unique strengths will play out during different situations. This will help you understand how to maximize your team’s potential.

Leadership Development Quote of the Day:

If you pick the right people and give them the opportunity to spread their wings—and put compensation as a carrier behind it—you almost don’t have to manage them.”

Jack Welch

Leadership Article of the Day:

A Case Study of Facebook’s Simply Amazing Talent Management Practices – Dr. John Sullivan

Leadership Book of the Day:

One Page Talent Management

OPTMFrom the Book: Based on extensive research and the authors’ hands-on corporate and consulting experience with companies including Avon Products, Bank of America, and Philips, One Page Talent Management shows how to:

• Quickly identify high potential talent without complex assessments
• Increase the number of “ready now” successors for key roles
• Generate 360 feedback that accelerates change in the most critical behaviors
• Significantly reduce the time required for managers to implement talent processes
• Enforce accountability for growing talent through corporate culture, compensation, etc.

A radical new approach to growing talent, One Page Talent Management trades complexity and bureaucracy for simplicity and a relentless focus on adding value to create the high-quality talent you need—right now.

Leadership Video of the Day:

Three basic principles of great talent management.

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