Explore the “trifecta” of strategies and supports needed to help women achieve their full potential as corporate leaders.
We all know finding great talent is a challenge for many reasons, and the dilemma with identifying them is you never know who they are or where they may be located. Further, the positive impressions generated externally by giving insight into the company’s culture can be tremendous. Having an overarching recruitment strategy that stays "on" is key to allowing talent to gravitate to you, but there is also something you can do to reverse-engineer the process.
You know there is a communication problem with your team. Knowledge is siloed and experts end up devoting a large a part of their day answering questions. You know you need to keep your team connected and foster a positive, open culture. But how do you solve that problem? There are two distinct paths many organizations go down as they try to address this common problem.
Imagine what it could do for your bottom line if you extended impactful learning experiences to your network. Each company is at a different point in their corporate learning journey and you need to ask: is your organization ready to take your learning strategy to the next level?
Discover how clarity of purpose drives the roles that need to be developed in HR, and why a new framework--the HR Capability Framework (HRCF)--is needed to achieve HR’s purpose of driving business results.
We don’t have to wait for the future to see AI in action across the enterprise. Technology is already available that utilizes artificial intelligence to help us make faster decisions, automate tedious manual processes, and sift through large amounts of data in an instant.
Examine a fundamental shift in learning mindset, where L&D relinquishes control of the story, while shaping the overall narrative. All this in the name of helping people perform better.
What can a police interrogator, an executive coach, and a world famous hypnotherapist teach us about how to engage difficult people in difficult conversations…and get amazing results?
LEAD was designed to accomplish the following goals for the organization around development and advancement of top talent, foster and support the culture of learning and to accelerate the performance across the organization. By improving the performance of these Executive Directors, we improve strategic execution and the likelihood of strategic success.