High Potential Talent
Organisations that invest in a high-potentials program often need assurance that such an investment will provide a return over time and that high-potential employees will not be lost to competitors. Is the current model of talent development too restrictive and is there a growing appetite for greater experimentation and creativity?
Daniel Mitchell, Asia Head of Talent, Learning & Diversity at Marsh discusses how organisations nourish top talent.
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