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Is there really such a thing called talent?
A very thought provoking piece on talent from Magnus Holm, drilling into the details and questioning some of the assumptions. In order to become great or excellent, you must keep practicing. Not mindless practice of course, but deliberate practice as … Continue reading
Posted in Leadership, Psychology, Intangibles Tagged HR, talent, passion, management, war for talent, Ericsson Leave a comment
Leadership, Intangibles and Talent Review Q3 2010
Welcome to the Q3 Quarterly Update for 2010. After the Summer lull, we have seen some thought provoking articles surrounding intangibles, HR, innovation and leadership. We’ll also explore the following themes; Compensation and Motivation The HR Conundrum Relationships Culture Talent … Continue reading
Posted in Culture, Intangibles, Leadership, Strategy, Teams, Articles & Research Tagged think, article, innovation, value, business, interesting, the Financial Times, change, job, the HR Magazine, companies, organisation, Science Magazine, compensation, people, Dan Pink, culture, performance, Stephen Shapiro, department, providing, Gautam Ghosh, example, relationships, John Sumser, function, role, HR, Jeffrey Phillips, group, talent, approach, impact Leave a comment