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Coaching Corporate MVPs: Challenging and Developing High-Potential Employees by Margaret Butteriss

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CHAPTER 9
The Role of the Manager in Talent Development and Coaching
 
 
 
Most development of talent takes place on the job; as we noted in Chapter 4, on-the-job experience can account for up to 70 percent of an MVP’s development. MVPs’ jobs are therefore ideally structured to ensure that MVPs learn and develop new skills, or their learning takes place naturally on their existing job. Remember, one of the key characteristics of MVPs is that they want to learn and grow. They are also highly marketable and are sought after by recruiters and other companies. If they do not feel they are developing in their existing job, they will either find another job in the organization or will look for a job in an organization that will help them develop. However, ...

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