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As the world undergoes unprecedented business and technological changes, one thing remains constant: people. As people experts, Human Resource (HR) professionals are well positioned to play a central leadership role in helping organizations manage talent in a world of accelerating change. Doing so will require HR professionals to capitalize on three frequently overlooked truths about people.
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