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Tehetség a munkahelyen 1. A tehetség elméleti megközelítése munkahelyi kontextusban

Talent at Work 1. A Theoretical Approach to Talent in a Workplace Context

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Dóra Klajkó, Bonnie Bakurecz, Gyöngyvér Csapó, Nikoletta Fejes, Szilvia Kázmér-Mayer, and Andrea Czibor

Background and objective

The field of Talent Management (TM) is not only a practical but also a theoretical challenge for researchers due to the complexity of the concept. Our theoretical summary focuses on the organizational psychological aspects of thinking about talent. We review the organizational features of thinking about talent(s), theoretical approaches running in parallel and the historical roots of TM at work.

Method

We processed and synthesized Hungarian and international pieces of literature.

Results and conclusions

Based on the international literature review we considered that the topic of workplace TM appears mostly in economics and HR-focused research. The purpose of our study is to present the points at which (organizational) psychology can contribute to a more thorough, in-depth understanding of this field and the development of effective corporate TM programs in the long run.

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Tehetség a munkahelyen 2. A tehetségmenedzsment gyakorlati szempontjai

Talent at Work 2. Practical Aspects of Talent Management

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Dóra Klajkó, Szilvia Kázmér-Mayer, Nikoletta Fejes, Gyöngyvér Csapó, Bonnie Bakurecz, and Andrea Czibor

Background and objective

Talent management (TM) is becoming increasingly relevant in the context of digitalization, demographic change and the economic and economic impact of COVID-19, both at a regional and organizational level. “Talent dependency” is increasingly prevalent in innovation-and knowledge-oriented advanced societies and in times of recession. In such a situation, the chances of the turnover of most talented professionals increase. TM is not only a practical but also a theoretical challenge for researchers due to the complexity of the concept. Our theoretical summary focuses on the organizational psychological aspects of thinking about talent. We review the standard toolkit of organizational TM and the main changes and future trends of the last decades.

Method

We processed and synthesized domestic and international pieces of literature.

Results and conclusions

We considered based on the international literature review, that the topic of workplace TM appears mostly in economics and HR-focused research. The purpose of our study is to present the points at which (organizational) psychology can contribute to a more thorough, in-depth understanding of this field and the development of effective corporate TM programs in the long run. We present the effective methods, acceptable practices, effects of the organization TM on the organization and the individual, as well as possible psychological risk factors.

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