May 2nd 2019

Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink? – Workshop

This presentation is from the CRF event, Talent on the Move: Time for a Rethink? Geoff Matthews summarises his definition of talent and the way in which it is being globalised. The growth of global talent management is explored, including possible challenges and how these can be overcome.

Geoff also explains the reasons why people move and explains the positives and negatives than can occur. How can we move work to talent rather than moving talent to work? How can we improve sources of talent?

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