Companies want to hire applicants with great potential and to develop them into productive employees. So does the military. Mike Sarraille and George Randle, military veterans, find that the US special operations forces – including Navy SEALS, Army Green Berets and Marine Raiders – offer a case study in best practices for acquiring and recruiting talent in the business world. Writing with Josh Cotton, the authors bring decades of experience in talent management – and a wealth of stories – to this valuable resource for HR professionals.
About the Authors
Mike Sarraille is the CEO of the Talent War Group, an executive-search and talent-advisory firm, where George Randle – head of global talent acquisition at Forcepoint cybersecurity – is a strategic adviser.
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