Demystifying Talent Management
What you can and should do to help an individual’s development
How to narrow your focus to improve a skill, knowledge, or experience
How to tap into what fuels people’s fire and speak their language to make things work better and faster.
How coaching and feedback are essential in bringing all the elements of talent management together
This book will guide you to a deeper understanding of the mechanics of talent management and development success so that all the stakeholders can come together in a win-win-win-win scenario.
The idea of unleashing people’s potential by giving them good input and stretching them to new levels can be very heady stuff. When you experience, as I have, the collective impact of everyone in an organization performing at the highest level and truly working TOGETHER, you are amazed at what can happen when the constraints that organizations put on their own people are removed. The results are extraordinary. — Kim Janson
"Working with Kim is game changing. She has applies laser focus to determine the dynamics of a situation and quickly diagnoses how to address things. A book from Kim on managing and developing people is a powerful read because she applies these skills, adds her direct style and in the end you have a very clear, compelling how-to manual." Ron Garrow, CHRO MasterCard
"Demystifying Talent Management is a tremendous resource for anyone aspiring to be excellent at managing and developing their most promising talent. Kim Janson's observations and techniques are simple, insightful and replicable. Her practical experience developing the future leaders at major Fortune 500 companies is apparent in her compelling recommendations." David Bailin, Managing Director, Global Head of Managed Investments, Citibank
Unleash People’s Potential to Deliver Superior Results
Demystifying Talent Management offers practical advice for all managers, HR professionals, senior leaders, and other employees on how to work together to build a talented and motivated workforce. The book addresses performance, development, coaching, feedback, compensation, and other elements of people management. By taking a 360-degree point of view, the book reveals how each stakeholder views the elements of people management, what they need from each element, and what confusion and conflicts arise among the stakeholders, limiting people’s potential. Using simple, straightforward language, Kim Janson tells you how you can avoid the confusion and conflicts. You’ll learn:
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How to take both an individual’s profile and the direction of the organization into account in career development and succession planning
How to make compensation a true driver of results in whatever currency you want to use (cash, public accolades,
What it means to measure and track progress, simply and clearly