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War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
War For Talents
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War For Talents

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  • 1. XX Century
  • 2. Century of Wars
  • 3. Wars for territory
    Wars for minerals
    Wars for World domination
    Wars for religion domination
    Cold War
  • 4. XXI Century…
  • 5. Century, when governments are staying in background…
  • 6. In background of…
    Business extension
    Globalization
    Society development
  • 7. This is a century of new wars…
  • 8. Wars for …
    Technologies
    Innovations
    PEOPLE
    Information
    New markets
    Rights of every individual
  • 9. According to a yearlong study conducted by a team from McKinsey & Co. - a study involving 77 companies and almost 6,000 managers and executives - the most important corporate resource over the next 20 years will be TALENTS
    The leaders at Johnson & Johnson, a world-class operation, told that they never used to go outside the company to recruit their top-level managers. Now they have to go outside as often as 25% of the time - because they have constant lack of TALENTS
  • 10. Some points that will help to company to attract and retain talents:
    GREATcompany:
    The company genuinely cares about its people
    and the people, in turn, truly care about the company. Each person is motivated by the company's mission and aspirations. There is an enormous pride in being associated with the company's success and each individual's role in it.
  • 11. GREAT leaders:
    Great leaders really do treat people with trust and respect, and honor the intelligence of all who contribute to the institution.
    Great leaders build the capacity to achieve results, knowing that they do this by giving freedom of action to talents and work ethic of their people.... They know their people and understand their dreams.
  • 12. GREAT job:
    Quite simply, people have got to like what they do and the people they do it with. A great job is demanding and stretching and full of content that the individual finds interesting and important. Much of feeling good about a job is the result of being valued for one's unique talents.
  • 13. Isn’t it all applicable to AIESEC?
    - Great Company
    - Great Leaders
    - Great Job
  • 14. Aren’t these approaches applicable to our organization?
    Build a high-performance culture that combines a strong performance ethic with an open and trusting environment
    Recruit great talent continuously
    Develop people to their full potential
    Make room for talent to grow
    Focus on retaining high performers
  • 15. We are part of this battle!
    Now we are here.
    A bit more than 40 individuals, who want to make successful recruitment in order to fulfill functional goals.
    To find, attract and recruit the very best talents from our cities, communities, universities…
  • 16. ARE YOU READY TO TAKE PART IN COMPETITION?  

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