Rethinking the Value of Talent
Leaders often evaluate employees based solely on their individual role, with no regard to how critical their role is to the overall success of the organization. To maximize employee value, leaders must assess individual performance and gauge the effect of that performance on corporate strategy. When done successfully, leaders will recruit more effectively and maintain a workforce that will compete competently in the global marketplace.
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Posted on 06/02/2009 by