More than vision, strategy, creativity, marketing, finance, or even technology, it is ultimately people that determine organizational success. That’s why virtually every organization wants more top talent. But do you know what they’re looking for? It might not be what you think! Talent Magnet will show you how to attract and keep great people.
Mark Miller started his Chick-fil-A career in 1977 working as an hourly team member. In 1978, he joined the corporate staff as the sixteenth employee—he divided his time between the warehouse and mailroom. Since then, Mark has provided leadership for… More about Mark Miller
“The war for talent is on, and many good leaders and organizations are really struggling. Talent Magnet presents a terrific approach that is both insightful and actionable—born out of firsthand research and told through a readable and relatable story. I read it straight through.” —Stephen M. R. Covey, New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal bestselling author of The Speed of Trust and coauthor of Smart Trust
“People drive your success more than anything else, and Mark Miller shows us how to attract the best of them to your company.” —Randy Street, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Who
“Mark provides a pragmatic approach to the art of attracting and retaining top talent by inviting us to step back and connect with hearts and minds. A must-read for leaders who are looking to transform organizational talent and performance across all generations and industries.” —Candice L. Saunders, President and CEO, WellStar Health System
“Great people are going to work somewhere—why not for you? Talent Magnet will show you how to attract the people every organization wants. Read it to take your team and organization to the next level.” —Jon Gordon, bestselling author of The Power of Positive Leadership
“In the area of work and talent, one concern has risen to the top—the battle for talent. In Talent Magnet, Mark Miller masterfully takes you through two journeys of discovery that merge to offer the reader unique insights from both sides of the top talent coin.” —Louis Richardson, Chief Storyteller, Watson Customer Engagement, IBM