One major problem which faces any society today is the issue of untapped potential; Talent Management. Nothing is more frustrating than having talents one is unable to harness fully.
To freely paraphrase Shakespeare, people suffer not from lack of talent, but from lack of the illness which should attend it. The illness is the persistent, and sometimes back-breaking, work and intensity needed to access one’s full potential.
Why you should be getting a copy of Talent Management
With Talent Management, Kenneth Adeyemi breaks down that barrier between having a talent, and actualizing its full potential. We live in a society where the information, and knowledge available to us at any particular point in time is limitless, to say the least.
Yet, there is a gap between available information, and the ability to use that information to an advantage. Talent management captures the gritty details of the requirements to bridge the divide between what we have, and what we can achieve with it.
Laced with the author’s personal story on how he harnessed his talents and became an entrepreneur, Talent Management is a book that speaks to everyone, in every strata of society. In a world where everyone wants to be like everyone else, Talent Management caters to people who know their capabilities, and are unafraid to explore its limits.
Awareness of the natural gifts and talents bestowed on each individual is in itself a crowning achievement. Unfortunately, awareness is not always enough. In other words, you might have figured out the first step but that’s not the end. There is a need to make extra effort in using what you know to your advantage.
This is where Talent Management comes in, providing that vital next step of encouragement and guidance. This next step is that final ingredient which is added to the stew, that is self-actualization.
Are you searching for guidance?
Talent Management is the perfect guide for people looking to not only find, but also fully exploit their abilities. If you’ve ever asked yourself any of these questions; “What am I here to do?” or “How do I use what I have?” or “How do I nurture my talents?”, this book is for you.
It will paint a clear pathway to the actualization of all your goals. Helping to open avenues to areas of growth and improvement you are unaware you currently possess. Furthermore, the author also recommends several mind-opening books which would even more severely enhance your chances for success.
The proof is in the pudding. I implore you to get your copy and, not read, but experience Talent Management like I was fortunate to myself. The truth is in all cases, self-evident, and nothing exemplifies that statement more than the contents of this book.
Get the book, and let’s know what you think in the comments box.