The Talent Manifesto: How Disrupting People Strategies Maximizes Business Results: How Disrupting People Strategies Maximizes Business Results

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 28, 2018 - Business & Economics - 240 pages

Rethink Everything You Know about Managing Talent in Today’s Disruptive Landscape

A Vice Chairman at Korn Ferry (KF)—the world’s largest talent advisory and executive search firm—RJ Heckman has helped many of today’s most successful companies develop talent-management strategies that ensure corporate success through good times and bad. Now, he shares his breakthrough methods with you.

The Talent Manifesto reveals proven talent strategies and innovative recruiting and retainment methods gleaned from nearly three decades of consulting with the world's leading organizations. Heckman identifies the most common pitfalls in HR today and delivers an actionable program for avoiding them. He shows how to generate reliable data and use it to make the best decisions. He reveals all the game-changing HR strategies at your disposal and how to use them to drive superior business performance.

As organizations across industries experience faster cycles of disruptive change, one factor looms above all others as a portent of their future success: whether they can recruit, develop, and retain top talent better and faster than their competitors. With The Talent Manifesto, you have everything you need to redesign your HR strategies, reshape perception of talent management, and measurably contribute to your organization’s ability to compete—now and in the future.


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Contents

Introduction
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PART 1 Principles of the Talent Manifesto
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PART 2 Applying the Principles to Talent Processes
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RJ Heckman, Ph.D., Vice Chairman at Korn Ferry (KF), has worked inthe talent management consulting and leadership development fields for 25years. He consults on a daily basis with many of Korn Ferry’s 7,000 clients,representing many of the world's top organizations. He has worked as aninternal HR leader for two Fortune 50 companies, as CEO of a global leadershipadvisory firm, and served as a consultant to Boards, CEOs, and CHROs of morethan 100 Global 1000 companies.

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