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What work and social environments, personal attributes and characteristics are conducive to developing creative performance and innovation? If creativity and motivation to be innovative can be assessed and measured, how does that affect talent management practices? What does it take to create an innovative culture and the related talent management practices that make continuous improvement part of your every day way of doing business.

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Webcast | Presented By: Larry Decuir | Webcast Aired: June 17, 2015
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The Seven Signposts of High Potential Leaders

White Paper | Source: Korn Ferry Institute | Published: April 6, 2015
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