On planning, acquiring, developing, and retaining talent

The Components of Talent Management — abstract illustration
The Components of Talent Management — abstract illustration
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Ownership of talent management


Be effective by building bridges across the organization

Solving Problems: Getting Stakeholder Input — abstract illustration
Solving Problems: Getting Stakeholder Input — abstract illustration
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Get an insight


On analyzing the situation logically and expressing your anger appropriately

Managing Your Own Anger — abstract illustration
Managing Your Own Anger — abstract illustration
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The Intellectual Response


Understand how to conduct a meeting properly through its stages

Three Phases of a Meeting — abstract illustration
Three Phases of a Meeting — abstract illustration
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The beginning


Ask the right questions in advance

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Creating an Efficient Physical Environment

Three elements of physical organization

  • tidiness,
  • comfort, and
  • structure.

Tidiness


Creating an engaging experience

Employee Orientation Versus Onboarding — abstract illustration
Employee Orientation Versus Onboarding — abstract illustration
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Honestly evaluate how you’re likely to respond to working on your own

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Productive telecommuting


On identifying, acquiring, developing, and retaining talent in support of an organization’s goals

The Importance of Talent Management — abstract illustration
The Importance of Talent Management — abstract illustration
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What is talent management?


Framing the Problem: Identifying the Stakeholders

Solving Problems — abstract illustration
Solving Problems — abstract illustration
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How do you begin to identify the root cause of a problem?


How to accomplish the goals of a meeting within the scheduled time

Finishing Meetings on Time — abstract illustration
Finishing Meetings on Time — abstract illustration
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  • begin the meeting on time,
  • stick to the agenda,
  • pick up the pace when necessary, and
  • provide breaks for the participants.

Begin the meeting on time

Stick to the agenda

Sorin Dumitrascu

A consultant, trainer and author specialized in management, corrections and industrial relations

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