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Tagging For Talent: The Hidden Power of Social Recognition in the Workplace (PDF E-book)
Publishing Date: October 2017
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Tagging for Talent introduces a breakthrough approach for human resources, talent managers, senior executives and line managers to find hidden talent from within their own organisations. This unique method challenges the status quo of talent identification and succession planning with an easy crowd-sourcing approach to competency recognition.
This is not a book about using social media, but a true business solution using the natural behaviors of your workforce to self-identify potential myriad of talent. It speaks to HR professionals, talent managers and senior leaders who are looking for simple to use, real-life solutions that can be implemented in business today. Employees already see the power of tagging and view this innovative approach as a fun way to recognising talent, versus the old method of waiting for their manager to see or perceive their strengths.
For years, executives have been asking, “Why am I spending all of this time and money when I keep getting the same results?”
Tagging for Talent inspires leaders to tap into the power of the crowd, along with practical guidance on how to put a peer-based tagging system in place―and take their company up a notch!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Michael Salone, an international HR expert, sought-after speaker, and author. Michael is CEO of 3-6TY, a unique consulting firm which uses the power of the crowd to share knowledge and identify talent for organizations. Michael has helped multi-billion dollar companies, Alstom and Schlumberger and clients Carnegie Mellon University, the United Nations, Total, Eczacibasi Group and Michelin (just to name a few) identify the strengths they have inside their organizations. By observing and helping companies quickly and accurately identify talent, Michael has saved companies millions of dollars, increased company morale and aided them in sustaining success―and taking it up a notch.