New i4cp research reveals specific practices used by high-performance organizations to drive engagement and measure its impact on revenue growth.The Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp), a research organization that focuses on revealing the people practices that drive market performance, has released new research that details how engagement at high-performance organizations is promoted by aligning culture, strategy and performance; all of which work together to drive business results.
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Today we begin a new series of short videos based on Chapter 7 of To Sell is Human, wherein I reveal the 6 successors to the elevator pitch. Up first is The Question Pitch, which shows when you should use the interrogative to make your case (and when you should avoid it).
Today is the start of International Coaching week. This is the week designated by the International Coach Federation for professional coaches worldwide to host events that promote the proven power of coaching. This post is my own tribute to the week, a shameless promotion of the profession I joined more than a decade ago.
How are you developing your high-potential employees? Do you have a formal process in place to ensure proper identification and development of the right talent for future leadership?The latest research from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) outlines a five-step framework for creating a competitive edge by accelerating the leadership development of high-potential employees based on the practices of high-performance organizations.Check out the infographic below to see five tips for accelerating leadership readiness in high-performing organizations.
One of the important insights from the financial fiascos of the last few years is that senior managers and their company can’t always be trusted to act openly or ethically. The consequence of that is writ large: a huge number of people lost their jobs. Indeed, on several occasions, employees who lost their jobs have expressed their frustrations to me about their firm’s
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Innovation is a tricky business. Sexy as heck when it works (yes, I just said “sexy” in a CCL blog), but challenging to implement in an organization, no matter how big or small. Why? Many reasons. Following are six of them with some brief suggestions for how to overcome. Rest uncomfortably knowing that this is not an exclusive list.