Up Is Not the Only Way: A Guide to Developing Workforce Talent

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Oct 4, 2011 - Business & Economics - 228 pages
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This classic shows how to forge the link between organizational strategic planning and individual career planning and development. Along with practical tips, action items, cases, and exercises, Beverly Kaye provides detailed guidelines and techniques for helping employees target suitable career goals, devise action plans, acquire appropriate skills, and develop evaluation procedures that will satisfy organizational needs. New features in this edition include communication strategies, techniques for recognizing talent in diversity, and a new approach to mentoring. Beverly Kaye is president of Career Systems International in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Her cutting-edge management and career development programs are used by Fortune 500 companies globally. A prolific writer and popular lecturer, Kaye is coauthor of Love 'Em or Lose 'Em, a Wall Street Journal best-seller that provides strategies for retaining knowledge workers, and of the classic Designing Career Development Systems. Kaye has received numerous honors and awards, including the National Best Practice Award from the American Society for Training and Development for her work with Chevron, Bechtel, Dow Corning, and First USA. Find out more about Beverly Kay's management and career development programs at www.careersystemsintl.com.

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Beverly Kaye is president of Career Systems International in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Her cutting-edge management and career development programs are used by Fortune 500 companies globally. A prolific writer and popular lecturer, Kaye is coauthor of Love 'Em or Lose 'Em, a Wall Street Journal best-seller that provides strategies for retaining knowledge workers, and of the classic Designing Career Development Systems. Kaye has received numerous honors and awards, including the National Best Practice Award from the American Society for Training and Development for her work with Chevron, Bechtel, Dow Corning and First USA. Find out more about Beverly Kay's management and career development programs at www.careersystemsintl.com.

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