Article: Neymars shall be Neymars, irrespective of the field of excellence!

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Neymars shall be Neymars, irrespective of the field of excellence!

Corporates are always hungry for talent that is hugely valued, aggressively hunted and nurtured with soft gloves. But if everything possible seems to be done to meet their needs, why does talent walk out of the organization?
Neymars shall be Neymars, irrespective of the field of excellence!
The buzz can’t get any louder!  Finally he showed up in Paris to declare his changed loyalties and will sport the NO. 10 Jersey of PSG for the next 5 years! Barca’s loss and PSG’s gain! Big game, big money and hence big names on transfer portal every year — a solid business model that stands on sheer talent and their potential owners.  As a keen soccer guy, who watches this space of talent migration every year during the months of July/August, I could not resist the temptation of reflecting over what I did in corporates for three decades while trying to spot Corporate Neymars and retain them with the organization as long as possible. Corporates or for that matter any business entity is always hungry for talent which is hugely valued, aggressively hunted and nurtured with soft gloves. But if everything possible seems to be done to meet their needs, why does talent walk out of the organization?  The provocative similarities made me dig a bit deep...

Topics: HIPO, Talent Management

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