In ancient Greece the talent was a unit of currency. Today, human talent has become the global currency, with organizations competing for the very best people from around the world. With the changing attitudes to work and new generations entering the workforce, the challenge now is to better understand how talented individuals work best and they can be effectively attracted, motivated and retained. Research into talent has never been so important and practically useful. But who should you read and listen to? Here are the suggestions from the Thinkers50 team:
1. Ayse Birsel
Ayse Birsel is co . . .
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