Dr. Stephen Hallam, professor of management, has co-authored a chapter in the second edition of The Talent Management Handbook, with his wife, Teresa Hallam, a senior lecturer at UA.
The Role of Ethics in Talent Management: How Organizations Ought to Behave answers five key questions regarding HRM ethics: Whose ethical values should we follow? Are business ethics any different from general ethics? Can ethics be taught? Should business leaders teach ethics to their followers? How can we go beyond talking the talk?
The most comprehensive book of its kind, The Talent Management Handbook is considered the definitive guide to finding, developing and keeping the best talent. The new edition will be available on book shelves in January 2011.
Hallam teaches courses on Creative Thinking, Leadership, Business Policy, and Management Concepts and Principles. He researches and consults on Leadership, Ethics, Vocational Maturity, and Strategic Planning.Tweet