Talent Concept

Talent work is full of complexities, and in the final analysis, it is one sentence: know people and do their jobs well. Knowing people and doing their jobs well is an important manifestation of a leader's political wisdom and leadership ability. Personnel work, in essence, is to use people to manage things, to use the right people to do the right things.

Talent is a man, not a god. Everyone is a collection of strengths and weaknesses, strengths and weaknesses. A person's strengths and weaknesses are often in a straight line, and the extension of strengths is his weaknesses. For example, a person who is diligent in learning, good at thinking, and has an independent opinion is often stubborn; a person who is decisive, responsible, and courageous is sometimes reckless and so on. What makes a talent different is not that he has no shortcomings, but that he has advantages and specialties that ordinary people do not have.