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Book Preview: Most economies tend to grow when they develop their people in different ways that would maximize their potential to produce. The level of skills and knowledge that people gain in a community, are often an indicator for economic growth or a predictor of a forthcoming economic success.Through talent development, businesses grow, and individuals prosper; this in turn, boosts local economy, which eventually affects macroeconomy and its prospective growth for a nation.We thank thedoi:10.17866/rd.salford.17102732 fatcat:uveoqyrpwnevzc4whzjouavdum