When you can't find great talent, develop it

07/29/2009 | Fistful of Talent

Too many hiring managers are missing the chance to hire great employees available in this bad economy, Josh Letourneau writes. He argues managers need to make fewer excuses and work harder to secure better talent. When great talent isn't available, he writes, take the opportunity to develop good workers into great workers.

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