Every corporation in America is chanting the mantra, “Search for talent.” The problem is, talent is as rare as hen’s teeth, or, more appropriately, geese that lay golden eggs. This webcast addresses how you keep your geese that lay golden eggs (read, talent) when you get them. It is not a logical process predicated on contingent monetary rewards, since these rare birds know that money will be available to them wherever they go. Find out what kind of special care and feeding Talent demand, precisely what not to do to talent lest you drive them to seek greener pastures, and most importantly, why efforts to “breed” talent or A Players from B and C Players, is doomed to failure. You need to hold on to the Talent you have, so find out how it’s done. If your role includes talent development, retention and delivering performance, this webcast is for you!
Don’t miss these insights and webcast take aways:
Define precisely what is a goose that lays golden eggs (synonyms: Talent, A Player, Franchise Player)
What special care & feeding does this rare bird need?
What upsets these rare birds and causes them to stop laying their invaluable eggs?
Can you breed more Golden Egg laying geese if a mother hen sits on an egg?