Book Reflects Research on How Organizations Engage Talent

XYZ University’s founder and CEO Sarah Sladek’s fifth book examines theories behind different talents and explains why organizations who want to recruit and retain employees in today’s workforce need to change their culture, strategy and structure.

Talent Generation: How Visionary Organizations Are Redefining Work and Achieving Greater Success uncovers why some organizations thrive in the face of disruption, while others struggle to survive in an era driven by an innovative, mobile and collaborative, on-demand work.

“I want this book to change reality, bring solutions to the forefront that are designed to reduce turnover, grow membership and build better futures,” Sladek says.

In the book she outlines key areas where organizations can seek to increase engagement, growth and relevance in the talent economy such as leadership, acceptance, collaboration and building for the future all while putting people first.

“Talent generation isn’t someone else’s problem to solve. It’s yours and it’s mine. We’re responsible for the future, and I don’t want to mess it up, for me, for my children and their children’s children,” she says.