2 edition of development of executive talent found in the catalog.
development of executive talent
M. Joseph Dooher
|Statement||M. Joseph Dooher, editor, Vivienne Marquis, associate editor.|
|LC Classifications||HD31 .D6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||576|
|LC Control Number||52002906|
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In Developing Executive Talent Jonathan Smilansky, Ph.D. summarises the key activities and concerns of large businesses in the USA and Europe that are focused around the identification, development and effective utilisation of executive talent.
In doing so, he provides even the most experienced Human Resource executive with a much broader array. In Developing Executive Talent Jonathan Smilansky, Ph.D.
summarises the key activities and concerns of large businesses in the USA and Europe that are focused around the identification, development and effective utilisation of executive talent. In doing so, he provides even the most experienced Human Resource executive with a much broader array Cited by: This chapter discusses the development of executive talent.
The focus on executive talent represents an expansion beyond the traditional training and development input that tends to focus on entry level staff and on junior and middle management. The new focus is on key executives who are in positions of significant influence. The article was one of the most requested HBR Reprints.
InJim’s book, Executive Development: A Strategy for Corporate Competitiveness was the first to chronicle how CEOs were using custom-designed executive development programs to set and achieve their strategic agenda and objectives. “The best processes, priciest systems, and world-class training are dwarfed relative to the impact of exceptional developmental managers.
This book provides an outstanding map for those who aspire to be those managers.” —Emily Dancyger King, Managing Director, Leadership and Executive Development, Citi/5(19).
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The same is true of executive talent management. While HR has to bring programs and tools to the table, the CEO and his or her senior team have to fully embrace the process for it to work. And senior leaders are more likely to have meaningful conversations if the company has built a balanced and integrated executive talent management strategy.
The Executive Team: When it comes to developing talent, the executive team often takes a back seat, and nothing could be further from what is needed. The executive team needs to actively participate in the high-potential program and not just in talent identification.
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Something went wrong on our end. Please try again later. I have always used names that can link into organizational themes, values or mission. Using key stakeholder input is also Author: Aneeca.CMP approaches talent development by utilizing a wide range of talent assessments to help provide candidates with deep insights on how to improve performance.
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