Human resources departments should not only solve specific problems, but also must ensure the success of the organizations in facing potential challenges of the future. One of these challenges is the demand for qualified and talented staff. Talent pool and talent management from countries and organizations have been targeted, and researchers have also proven that finding talented people, as one of the world‘s most valuable products, has been very difficult. In many organizations,the talent pool is showing imminent signs of drying up. Surprisingly large numbers of talented employees are intending to leave or have already left, threatening organizations‘ viability to achieve both short-term and long-term strategic goals. Talent pool is a group of people ready for responsibilities. People who are placed in a talent pool may appear with various abilities. An approach is that managers are asked to evaluate and select individuals. Another approach is using objective assessment methods such as multilateral evaluation to identify individuals who likely would be useful for future responsibilities. Also, talent management has been major priority for many organizations and success of today‘s organizations directly linked with used talents. Expanding the talent pool requires looking at the talent that is available and identifying comparable skills that will meet business needs.