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The Psychology of Talent
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The Psychology of Talent

Authors/Editor: Edenborough, R.: Edenborough, M.
Publisher: Hogrefe Publishing GmbH
ISBN: 978-1-616-76396-1
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Managing and nurturing talent at the workplace - this book provides practical and well-founded guidance for psychologists and HR professionals, as well as exploding numerous myths surrounding talent.

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  • Publisher: Hogrefe Publishing GmbH
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  • Author/Editor: Edenborough, R.: Edenborough, M.
  • ISBN: 978-1-616-76396-1
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  • Language: English
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  • Pages: 152
  • Illustrations: 0
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