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"The person born with a
talent they are meant to use
will find their greatest
happiness in using it"
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In 2009, Britain’s Got Talent
provided Susan Boyle with an
opportunity. She took it.
By 2013 she’d made 4 albums, sold 19
million albums worldwide, been only the
third act ever to top both UK & US charts
twice in the same year
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We’re not all going to sing with a voice
that rocks the world but each of us has,
as yet unrealised, potential of some
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We all have unique talents that
will enable us to soar and bring
people with us.
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Just as some are naturally gifted in singing, sports or art and
if given the opportunity to develop can excel, all of us have
talent that can be unlocked and utilized in the workplace.
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It’s never been more important to identify
and develop talent in the workplace.
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An unprecedented rate of change, means we
all need to develop capabilities for new and
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It’s estimated that today’s graduates will
have 10 career changes in their work life
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People are living and working longer and we all
will need to learn, unlearn and relearn skills in
order to thrive.
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Learning is more efficient when
it builds on natural talent.
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Innate talent – a natural predisposition to enjoy and
excel in some areas more than others, allows us to
learn quickly and easily and develop capability.
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There is evidence that those who have the opportunity to use
their talents in the workplace are more engaged, more
productive and have a better quality of life than those who
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The cost of disengagement in Australia is $33.5
billion p.a. and the personal impact includes
social and health issues
So the question is, as managers and
leaders, how do we discover talent?
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How do we develop it? How do we give people
the opportunity to use it to do what they do
best at work, so that they are engaged?
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Can we encourage and support
people to live up to their potential?
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I’m Ann Rolfe, certified Gallup Strengths Coach, with 30+
years in adult learning, career counselling, mentoring and
coaching. I will show you how to discover and develop the
talent in your team and yourself.