In the countless interviews I’ve conducted for senior management roles during my time in retained search, the one subject that consistently comes up as the greatest career challenge for candidates centers on their initial transition from doer to leader.
I just finished Bill Taylor’s blog on HBR, entitled “Great People Are Overrated”. It’s quite an interesting read.
Talent Management is the new black. It’s trendy, chic, and virtually every Fortune 100 company wants to have it. But, what exactly is it?
Ultimately, people who come from different backgrounds can kickstart changes within their organizations. They are instrumental to building environments that fight conformity and can influence decisions, creating newer, more cutting-edge goals for their company.
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