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About the author:
JoAnn Corley is the Founder, CEO of The Human Sphere(tm), a consultancy that helps companies increase profits through holistic talent management. Additionally she is a nationally sought after speaker, author, and coach.
-Seasoned talent management professional, speaker, coach
-Authored management book: The 1% Edge - Power Strategies to Increase Your Management Effectiveness
-Authored time management productivity book: Organizational Strategies for the Overwhelmed: how to manage your time, space, and priorities to work smart, get results, and be happy
-Contributing author to the book, Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Success, a collaborative effort with some of the top female motivational speakers in North American and hailed by Jack Canfield of Chicken Soup for the Soul fame as a must read.
-Spoken through-out North America, in every major city in the U.S. and every state
-Conducted thousands of training seminars and workshops over the past 15 years; considered a master trainer
-Regularly featured in on-line media and radio
People have said about JoAnn that she is an emerging voice in the business marketplace...a catalyst for innovative thinking...passionate for bringing theory into reality in the laboratory of real life! She brings fresh thinking that matches the realistic management needs of the 21st century workplace. She is known as a champion of human potential in the arena of business enterprise.
She has a contagious passion and energy for the topics she facilitates sharing that passion with thousands through-out North America specializing in seminars on, holistic talent management, effective management, time & organizational management, personal empowerment, emotional intelligence, creative and innovative thinking, team productivity & collaboration.
Prior to launching her consulting practice, she spent several years as an International Benefits Manager, and a Senior Recruiter for a boutique, INC 500 Chicago recruiting firm. She makes ongoing writing and speaking contributions to ATD and SHRM.
Companies whose employees have experienced JoAnn's dynamic workshops include: The City of Chicago, Microsoft, Conference Board - Toronto, Randstad Corporation, 3M Corporation, Trump Enterprises, Lockheed Martin, The U.S. Army, Fort Hood, TX, U.S. Marshals Service, The University of Texas, McAllen, ESPN, Duke University, The Chicago White Soxs, NALCO, NASA, The Yale Club of New York City, Bridgestone Americas to name a few.
The essential guide to transform your talent management
JoAnn R. Corley
This is not your typical business book. Consider this book a combination of a conversation and a handbook or a reference guide - both simple and practical so you can take immediate action.
It begins with a story about an advisor and a key leader conducting a series of meetings to assess the state of the company. Through these meetings, both discover the leader's true desire for the company and what will be required to fulfill it.
In all reality, it's the story of any leader. It could be your story or other key leaders within your organization.
It's not a story of a company doing so terrible it's desperate for help, but rather one who is, at first look, doing well and therefore initially sees itself with little need for improvement.
And that's what makes the story so important.
The remainder of the book covers the rest of the 15 shifts essential to transforming your talent management. Without them, you're losing money. But don't worry, we cover the basic arithmetic needed to calculate your lost revenue from poor talent management and the level of ROI attainable if you choose to make the necessary shifts!
I guarantee you, implementing any of the content in this book will positively impact your company profits. The return on investment to have this book in your hand is astonishing!
I challenge you to discover that! Let me know who it goes.
- Publication Date:
- 1507875878 / 9781507875872
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Business & Economics / Human Resources & Personnel Management