Managing Troublesome Talent®


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This slidecast is on Managing Troublesome Talent® by Judith Germain who was interviewed by Michael Beale PPI Business NLP Ltd

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Managing Troublesome Talent®

  1. 1. Managing Troublesome Talent® - vital for business Slidecast by Judith Germain Interview by Michael Beale PPI Business NLP Ltd
  2. 2. Judith Germain – Leveraging reputation Business Accelerator - Consultant, Speaker, Writer W: T: 0208 288 0512 E: [email_address] LinkedIn: Dynamic Transitions Ltd is a company which enables organisations to significantly improve the leadership performance of the key brands or influencers in the organisation . These key influencers may be managers or individual team members.
  3. 3. <ul><li>Troublesome Talent® are people that really don't compromise their standards to fit in. </li></ul><ul><li>Which means it can be very hard to manage them in a conventional way. </li></ul>© Dynamic Transitions Ltd
  4. 4. Are there particular contexts where you need these people? <ul><li>Troublesome Talent® tends to be as much as 20% of your talent pool, but they can be bringing in about 80% of your profit. </li></ul><ul><li>So situations where they're really, really key is where you need to make a shift change perhaps maybe after a merger of acquisition, a change management program </li></ul>© Dynamic Transitions Ltd
  5. 5. Why do they need special attention? <ul><li>Because they're very sensitive. And they believe that they're very unique to everybody else. </li></ul><ul><li>So the thought of being managed in the way that everybody else is being managed is not something that they like. </li></ul>© Dynamic Transitions Ltd
  6. 6. How do you get the best value from them? <ul><li>Do not to take a management approach with Troublesome Talent® but to take a leadership approach. </li></ul>© Dynamic Transitions Ltd
  7. 7. Share one of your success stories <ul><li>A company had a Manager who was Troublesome Talent®. </li></ul><ul><li>Their department was adding to 30% of the company’s profit, but the manager was very heavy handed with his employees </li></ul><ul><li>The director in charge of the individual didn't know what to do – he was frightened of losing his own job if he couldn’t control the manager </li></ul><ul><li>Through working with the manager we were able to reduce costs, harness his talent and save the Director’s job </li></ul>© Dynamic Transitions Ltd
  8. 8. Judith Germain – Managing Mavericks W: T: 0208 288 0512 E: [email_address] LinkedIn: <ul><li>Are you having trouble with your Troublesome Talent®? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you need help managing your maverick? </li></ul><ul><li>Do you want to improve leadership performance ? </li></ul><ul><li>To make it easier to manage your maverick, contact us NOW </li></ul>