Here are seven key lessons from the book "People Strategy" by JACK ALTMAN:

1. Align your people strategy with your business strategy. Your people strategy should be designed to support your overall business goals. It should focus on attracting, developing, and retaining the talent you need to achieve your objectives.

2. Build a culture of high performance. Create an environment where people feel valued, respected, and challenged to do their best work. This means setting clear expectations, providing regular feedback, and recognizing and rewarding achievements.

3. Focus on the employee experience. The employee experience is the sum of all the interactions an employee has with your company, from the moment they apply for a job to the day they leave. Make sure the employee experience is positive and engaging, as this will help you attract and retain top talent.

4. Invest in your people's development. Develop programs and initiatives that help your employees learn new skills, grow their careers, and reach their full potential. This will help you create a more engaged and productive workforce.

5. Empower your employees. Give your employees the autonomy and resources they need to do their jobs effectively. This will help them feel more ownership over their work and contribute to a more innovative and responsive culture.

6. Create a diverse and inclusive workplace. A diverse and inclusive workplace is one where everyone feels welcome, valued, and respected. This type of environment fosters creativity, innovation, and problem-solving.

7. Communicate effectively with your employees. Keep your employees informed about important decisions and changes that affect them. Be transparent and honest in your communication, and create opportunities for employees to ask questions and provide feedback.

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