The Countermeasures to Reduce and Avoid Stifling Talents: From the Perspective of Managers

Linquan PENG, Ying LAN


Talent waste is an objective social phenomenon in the human history. Minimizing and avoiding stifling talents and playing the important role of talents as the first resource is the practical problem that managers at all levels must seriously consider and solve. That the society should provide necessary conditions for the social recognition of talents is the basic premise to reduce and avoid stifling talents, which requires the whole society to create a good atmosphere of “respect knowledge and respect talents”, improve the social recognition system for talents, optimize the social recognition organizations, and provide talent competition platforms to encourage the flow of talents. Talents’ display of potential is the fundamental way to reduce and avoid wasting talents, and talents’ possession of a healthy body and good psychological quality is the basic condition to reduce and avoid stifling talents.


Talent waste; Avoidance countermeasure; Social condition; Active display of potential; Physical and mental qualities

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