Talent Plus Takes Holiday Card to New Level in 2010

Dec 30, 2010, 17:32 ET from Talent Plus

LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 30, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Talent Plus took a fresh approach to their holiday card by not only wishing recipients a happy holiday season but also educating and empowering them to make a difference. During the economic recovery, they are challenging people to give back. Not by investing monetarily but through an investment of time in someone's growth in 2011.

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"Think of someone who invested in you – at work, in your family, in a community
organization, in your neighborhood. What difference did it make?
How can you pass that on?

This year, consider investing in someone's growth. It might be a family member,
a work associate or someone you met while volunteering.

Take that investment and pass it on in 2011."

To aid people in giving back and investing in others, Talent Plus offers five key questions to get started. The key is not only to ask questions but to actively listen:

  • Do you have talents, skills or knowledge you would like to share with others?
  • What is your greatest talent?
  • What is the most meaningful recognition you've ever received? Why?
  • What is the best way for you to learn something new?
  • What are your long-term aspirations?

Relationships are the foundation of Talent Plus' business. The plus in their name stands for relationships. Kimberly Rath, president, Talent Plus, says, "Talent is optimized as a result of great relationships. Relationships create engaged associates that hold organizations together. By taking the time to invest in someone in 2011, we can bring out the best in each other and use relationships for the good of organizations and the good of people in general." View electronic card by visiting http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TLJHLI2SbI.

Talent Plus is an internationally recognized management and consulting firm with over 200 clients in 20 countries delivering interviews in more than 20 languages.  Through decades of studying over 3 million successful people at all organizational levels within hundreds of companies and organizations, Talent Plus has developed scientific, talent-based tools to assist client organizations in the areas of selection, development, retention, mentoring, evaluation and research to maximize the human resource assets within their organizations. To learn more about Talent Plus and their commitment to investing and developing others, visit www.talentplus.com today.


Cydney Koukol

phone 402.489.2000

Fax 402.489.4156



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