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Moghtadaie, Leila; Taji, Maryam – Educational Research and Reviews, 2016
Nowadays, the success of any organization depends on the shaping of policies tailored to the needs of human resources; otherwise, it will lose the ability to adapt to today's complex environment and the ability to use the effectiveness of human resources. For this reason, Talent Management can help to attract, nurture and develop the next…
Descriptors: Talent, College Faculty, Talent Development, Human Resources
George W. Bush Institute, Education Reform Initiative, 2016
Talented leaders are essential to building and sustaining successful organizations. This is especially true for schools, where principal leadership plays a major role in fostering student success. Research shows that principals are a significant school-level factor affecting student achievement, second only to classroom teachers. Like other types…
Descriptors: Principals, Leadership Role, Administrator Effectiveness, School Districts
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Szabó, János – Higher Education Studies, 2019
Many articles claim that talent management is a very important aspect of higher education. Despite of this, the studies, which investigate this topic empirically, are very rare. The Hungarian higher education talent management focuses mainly on academic-, scientific aspect of talent. So, the main purpose of talent-management is the academic…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Academically Gifted, Higher Education, College Students
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Blanco, María Rita; Golik, Mariela N. – International Journal of Training and Development, 2021
Due to the centrality of line managers' role in the talent identification process, this qualitative study aims to determine what effective and non-effective talent spotters do differently from one another in relation with an 'ideal' talent identification model offered by the literature. A double-blind design was applied to the sample designated by…
Descriptors: Middle Management, Administrator Effectiveness, Talent Identification, Personnel Directors
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Aytaç, Tufan – Eurasian Journal of Educational Research, 2015
Problem statement: Talent Management (TM) has been recently seen as a critical success factor in the development of educational organizations. The problem this study addresses is whether there is a relationship between teacher perceptions about school managers' TM leadership and their level of organizational commitment (OC). The level of school…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Talent Development, Leadership, Teacher Attitudes
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Grissom, Jason A.; Rubin, Mollie; Neumerski, Christine M.; Cannata, Marisa; Drake, Timothy A.; Goldring, Ellen; Schuermann, Patrick – Educational Researcher, 2017
School districts increasingly push school leaders to utilize multiple measures of teacher effectiveness, such as observation ratings or value-added scores, in making talent management decisions, including teacher hiring, assignment, support, and retention, but we know little about the local conditions that promote or impede these processes. We…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Teacher Evaluation, Personnel Management, Decision Making
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Gold, Jeff; Oldroyd, Tony; Chesters, Ed; Booth, Amanda; Waugh, Adrian – European Journal of Training and Development, 2016
Purpose: This paper seeks to show appreciation for the collective endeavour of work practices based on varying degrees of dependence, interdependence and mutuality between at least two people. Such dependencies have to be concerned with how talent is used and how this use is an interaction between people, a process called talenting. The aim of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Talent Development, Talent Identification, Personnel Management
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Rhodes, Christopher – School Leadership & Management, 2012
International concerns about leadership shortages in schools have prompted a renewed research focus upon leadership talent and leadership talent management. The journey to leadership has been previously researched from the perspectives of professional development, equality of opportunity, work environment and personal characteristics. However, a…
Descriptors: Leadership, Staff Development, Work Environment, Talent
Smith, Brent; Hernandez, Mike; Gordon, Jerry – Advanced Distributed Learning Initiative, 2019
This report presents an early glimpse into the technical complexities of migrating the Department of Defense (DoD) towards a competency-based educational system in support of the next generation of talent management/talent development to maximize readiness. The report also provides information on the Competency & Credential work to date by the…
Descriptors: Competency Based Education, Talent Development, Military Training, Readiness
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Waheed, Sajjad; Zaim, A. Halim – Educational Sciences: Theory and Practice, 2015
This paper discusses a talent management and career planning system designed based on the performance and qualifications of a group of interns working for an emerging social media company located in Istanbul. The proposed model is dynamic, comparative, and perceptional in constructing a talent pool for an organization. This system was developed…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Talent Development, Career Planning, Qualifications
Odden, Allan – Center for American Progress, 2013
It is indisputable that teachers and principals have the greatest impact on student learning. Unfortunately, the education system has hired and tenured thousands of ineffective teachers and principals, particularly in high-poverty urban and rural schools. As a consequence, these schools have low levels of student learning. To remedy this problem,…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, Administrator Qualifications, Recruitment, Personnel Selection
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Siikaniemi, Lena – European Journal of Training and Development, 2012
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the research and literature through the development of the theme of competence foresight. In addition, the aim is to construct information pathways for the foresight mechanism, for the use of practitioners, to enable them to manage talent and competences with an anticipatory perspective.…
Descriptors: Labor Force Development, Human Resources, Competence, Talent Development
George W. Bush Institute, Education Reform Initiative, 2016
In recognition of the importance of effective school leadership, many states and districts have implemented policies and programs that aim to improve their capacity to attract and retain great principals. Too often, though, these policies and practices do not combine to form a coherent system that ensures effective leadership development. To be…
Descriptors: Principals, Talent Development, Faculty Recruitment, Career Development
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Grillo, Lisa Maria; Barreau, Pascal P. – Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 2020
A superintendent initiates an equity focus in a small school district and experiences resistance from both school board members and principals. As the school district diversifies its teaching workforce, the superintendent and principals face myriad unexpected challenges, resulting in teachers of color resigning at three times the rate of White…
Descriptors: Diversity (Faculty), Teacher Selection, Teacher Recruitment, Administrative Organization
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Nilsson, Staffan; Ellstrom, Per-Erik – European Journal of Training and Development, 2012
Purpose: The purpose of this conceptual paper is to illuminate the problems that are associated with defining and identifying talent and to discuss the development of talent as a contributor to employability. Design/methodology/approach: The world of work is characterised by new and rapidly changing demands. Talent management has recently been the…
Descriptors: Management Systems, Job Performance, Labor Force Development, Employment Potential
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