Tales Of Talent

Tales Of Talent

by Guy Ellis, Caroline Evans
     
 

There came a time when all organisations recognised that their employees were the only real variable in achieving long-term success...
where employees were recognised for inspiring others to feats greater than the sum of their individual parts... where a unifying culture was seen as a way of holding a company together through the hard times and keeping it… See more details below

Overview

There came a time when all organisations recognised that their employees were the only real variable in achieving long-term success...
where employees were recognised for inspiring others to feats greater than the sum of their individual parts... where a unifying culture was seen as a way of holding a company together through the hard times and keeping it disciplined through the good... where the good name of an organisation rested not on clever advertising but on the small,
everyday actions of all its people, working towards the same goals...
where it wasn't the big ideas of management that bought success but rather their ability to communicate and motivate employees to put those ideas into action. That time was not now... But that time was coming...

A series of short yet powerful modern day stories, woven into the tale of a young boy in Medieval England, are used to illustrate best practice in talent management for all leaders of people.

Based on research and interviews with people experts and leaders in the public and private sector as well as household names such as Disney,
BP, Oxfam, Prudential, GSK, Michael Page, Capital One and Standard Chartered, Tales of Talent is much more than just a Fairy Tale.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781905430116
Publisher:
Lean Marketing Press
Publication date:
02/26/2006
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
0.30(w) x 8.00(h) x 5.00(d)

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