Sustainable Talent Management: Good to Outstanding

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
Sep 19, 2011 11:56 AM ET
In order to meet the growing demands of business sustainability and maintain a competitive advantage over the competition, businesses are encouraged to take a hard look at their talent pool.  This often requires managers to incorporate a wide variety of perspectives in their talent appraisals.
The ability to identify, select, develop, and retain highly valued skill sets can set an company apart.  Our sustainability consulting finds progressive organizations are developing specific business sustainability strategies with an expanded view of talent management.
The post, 9 Traits That Make Great Employees Outstanding, offers a unique perspective to talent appraisal and management.  Specifically targeting the less identified marks of greatness, the author offers insight into what he refers to as, “The extra 1%: The qualities that often go unnoticed”.  Here is a snapshot of that list: click here to read more to transform sustainable talent management from good to outstounding

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