Who moved my talent?
Who moved my talent? Lumesse offers free copy of new e-Book by Peter Gold of HireStrategies
armed with his new smartphone, an updated LinkedIn profile, a Facebook page and a Twitter account, 46 year old Henry ventured forth into the cloud to find his new social world. He had absolutely no idea where he was going or what he was going to do.
Lumesse, formerly StepStone Solutions, is making available for a limited time a free electronic copy of a short new book by renowned HR guru Peter Gold. Who moved my talent? is a lighthearted but pointed look at the why, what and how of finding, connecting and engaging the people that will transform your business. For a limited time the book is free to download in PDF and e-book formats, in English, French, German and Chinese, to anyone who visits the Lumesse website at the following URL: www.lumesse.com/whomovedmytalent
For over 20 years I have been in the recruitment and talent management business, so Ive seen many different ways of companies trying to attract and develop people, said author Peter Gold. As we enter another period of growth, business leaders are evangelising the need for great people to help their businesses grow and prosper. I wrote Who Moved My Talent? to remind people that they need to continually review and improve how they hire, train and motivate people. If they dont they might find just like the famous cheese that someone has moved their talent when they werent looking.
Lumesse is one of the worlds leading talent acquisition and management companies, helping over 1,700 businesses worldwide find and manage the people they need in a changing world. Lumesse rebranded from its former identity, StepStone Solutions, in early May 2011 following a management buyout of the business in mid 2010.
Matthew Parker, CEO, Lumesse comments: At Lumesse were delighted to sponsor this free download of Who Moved My Talent? Every day we work with ambitious companies that realise that talented people are the core of their success, and the book does a great job of highlighting what can happen, both personally and corporately, when you forget that.