Who Are Your Best People?: How to find, measure and manage your top talent

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    Do you know who the best people in your team are? Have you got a clear idea of how much they deliver? Many companies still proclaim that  Our people are our most important asset , yet fail to treat that asset as valuable. In fact they often ignore their in-house talent, believing that the only way to get the top people is to seek elsewhere.Who Are Your Best People? destroys the widely-accepted myth of a talent shortage and shows how you can unearth and value the hidden talent that already exist in your organisation. This book will open your eyes to the reality of talent management and show you the most effective ways to grow, support and retain the best people for your business. Find out who your best people are - and keep them.

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    Number of Pages: 200
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9780273715221
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    Listed in: Personnel & human resources management
    Publisher: Financial Times Prentice Hall

    Books by Chris Dunn

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