A large organization’s formal structures and processes are only part of the story when it comes to making a difference and achieving success. Projects can begin under the radar screen, but then eventually transform the organization.
Discover three assessments used to successfull develop high potential candidates, as well as a powerful decision making model that leverages five decision factors and how change preferences impact our ability to lead change.
General Electric operates in over 100 countries, employs over 300,000 employees around the globe, and is a leader in industries spanning from Aviation to Power to one of its newest additions, GE Digital. Despite its longstanding legacy as an ...Read more
If you ask just about any Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) what keeps them up at night, many will cite the projected ever-widening talent gap as Boomers begin retiring in droves—many from senior executive roles—and the concern ...Read more
Times change, but Four Seasons’ dedication to perfecting the travel experience never will. Our highly personalized 24-hour service, combined with authentic, elegant surroundings of the highest quality, embodies a home away from home for ...Read more
Research shows that when people feel included and listened to, their engagement and performance improves. When people are part of a diverse team that practices inclusive behaviors, they are more open to new ideas, more creative in their ...Read more
Discover how to redefine career development consistently with today's realities, while evaluating your organizational culture to identify career development drivers.
Learning programs that focus solely on developing technical skills are a missed opportunity. Promote engagement and performance by developing competencies and behaviors that reflect your organization’s cultural values. In this HCI Keynote ...Read more
I observed organizations struggle with how to recruit, retain and manage four generations in the workplace and I saw what it cost them. I knew it could be handled differently and that those organizations that adopted the new strategies I was proposing -- for assessing, engaging and developing top talent -- would not only stay in business, but would also gain a significant competitive advantage in the labor market and in the industries they served. And so it has been proven.