INTERNATIONAL STUDIES IN SOCIAL, HUMAN AND ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCES - I


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Bazancir R.

in: The Concept of "The Spirituality of Hermeneutics" in Contemporary Ethnographic Works and Its Sociological Background, Doç. Dr. Ayşe Çatalcalı Ceylan,Doç. Dr. Salih Batal, Editor, Serüven Yayınevi, Ankara, pp.14-27, 2023

  • Publication Type: Book Chapter / Chapter Vocational Book
  • Publication Date: 2023
  • Publisher: Serüven Yayınevi
  • City: Ankara
  • Page Numbers: pp.14-27
  • Editors: Doç. Dr. Ayşe Çatalcalı Ceylan,Doç. Dr. Salih Batal, Editor
  • Van Yüzüncü Yıl University Affiliated: Yes

Abstract

The concept of a talent mindset has gained increasing attention in
the field of human resource management, as organizations recognize the
strategic importance of managing their human capital. A talent mindset
refers to an approach to talent management that prioritizes the identification,
development, and retention of high-performing employees as a means of
achieving organizational goals. As a talent planning practice, talent mindset
represents a shift away from traditional HR approaches that view employees
as a cost to be minimized and towards a more strategic perspective that
recognizes the value of investing in employee development.
This chapter aims to provide a comprehensive theoretical overview of
the talent mindset, which is an important practice within the talent planning
function, exploring its origins, key components, and implications for
organizations. Through a review of relevant literature, we aim to highlight the
benefits of adopting a talent mindset, the challenges that organizations may
face in implementing this approach, and the strategies that can be employed to
effectively overcome these challenges. By the end of this chapter, readers will
have a comprehensive understanding of the concept of talent mindset and the
importance of utilizing this talent planning practice in today’s competitive
business environment.