Introduction

All of us do not have equal talents, but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talents.

John F. Kennedy

Before you begin to read this book, would you take a minute or two to write down the names of the five most talented people in your company.

Why did you choose these five people? What makes each of them special? How did you define talent?

According to research at Harvard, talent management is the number one concern of top-level executives at global companies. To be able to take advantage of changing and growing markets, organizations have to have good people in place. And that implies that they know how to identify, manage, develop, keep and get the best out of them. This book is about how to recognize when ...

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