Talent Flow

Talent Flow

A Strategic Approach To Keeping Good Employees, Helping Them Grow, And Letting Them Go

Book - 2001
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The economy may be ascending to new heights or in a downward spiral. But no matter what the state of the economy, managers must focus their attention on the flow of employees through their organizations and how those employees perform on the job.

Written by Robert Levin and Joseph Rosse--the authors of the acclaimed book High-Impact Hiring--Talent Flow shows how to develop a strategic approach that will give any organization a competitive advantage by helping it increase performance, reduce counterproductive behavior, and improve retention of top-level performers.

Talent Flow offers managers clear-cut advice for keeping employees who consistently deliver high performance and directions for managing (and if necessary, terminating) those who deliver poor performance. Using the same winning formula that made High-Impact Hiring such a success, the authors take a scientifically researched approach to create this highly readable and practical resource.

Throughout Talent Flow, Levin and Rosse show how to deal effectively with complex issues such as performance, satisfaction, and retention in ways that will ultimately benefit both the organization and the people within it."

Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2001.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780787948306
0787948306
Characteristics: xiii, 256 p. :,ill. ;,24 cm.
Additional Contributors: Rosse, Joseph G.

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