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Best Practice in Talent Management

Best Practice in Talent Management

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Published by: Nilesh Wadhwa on Apr 07, 2011
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Paul Turner 
Professor of Management PracticeAshcroft International Business School
Best practice in Talent Management andits role in turbulent times
Paul Turner 
is Professor of Management Practice at Ashcroft International Business School,Cambridge as well as Non Executive Director of Blessing White Europe and a Non Executive Director on the European Advisory Board of OPI. He was formerly President of Europe, Middle East andAfrica, Employee Care for the Convergys Corporation,responsible for the HRBPO business across theregion. Paul joined Convergys in 2003 as Vice President for both EMEA and ASPAC.Paul Turner was previously Group HR Business Director for Lloyds TSB and Vice President of theCIPD as well as a Director of BT.Paul obtained a first degree from the University of East Anglia, a PhD from the University of Sheffield and is a Companion of the CIPD. He has written extensively on management subjectsand has spoken at conferences throughout the USA,Europe and Asia as well as the CIPD nationalconferences in Harrogate and London.Paul Turner is the author of 
HR Forecasting and Planning (2002)
Organizational Communication (2003)
, both published by the CIPD and was one of the authors of the 2007 CIPDReport
. Paul¶s new book, with Michael Brown
,The Admirable Company,
will be published in2008

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