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In the current situation where Indian IT Companies are facing high growth trajectory, getting good talents and retaining them is increasingly becoming difficult. Talent management and tapping potential leaders’ is becoming one of the key responsibilities of HR Managers. Though leadership development has always been rated as the most important need of IT Companies, it lacks proper address by top level management. To address this gap it is pertinent for the management to know the factors that impacts the talent management and leadership development within the company.
The basic emphasis of this paper is to analyze the factors influencing talent management in IT organization and also to understand the impact of talent management on overall leadership development. The study is descriptive and exploratory in nature. To identify factors influencing talent management factor analysis was used. To examine the hypothesis of the study Karl Pearson Coefficient correlation and regression analysis was done. The findings of the study suggests that potential identification, employee retention and rewards contributes significantly in leadership development It also suggests that there is a positive relation between talent management and leadership development
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