Listen to Ron Thomas, Managing Director of Strategy Focused Group DWC, LLC and Senior Faculty at HCI to find out just how essential front-line managers are to important organizational and talent outcomes like engagement, performance, and retention.
Learn about the needs of Millennials and the parallels of those needs to sound business planning practices.
In this 10 minute interview with David J. DeFilippo, Ed.D., Chief Learning Officer for Suffolk Construction. We ask him:
- Is it hallmark at Suffolk Construction that all employees participate in L&D ...
In order to thrive in a fast-paced environment, employees need to effectively cope with stress, heavy workloads, and sometimes painful and difficult interactions. In this HCI Keynote video, Marc Lesser, CEO and Co-Founder of the Search Inside ...Read more
Learn how to encourage knowledge sharing, gather feedback, and pass along insights through digital/remote/e-coaching technologies, all without taking employees away from core functions.
Coaching isn’t just for executives and high-potentials anymore. In this HCI Keynote video, presenters from Management: Possible, Canon USA, and Newport News Shipbuilding share how their organizations are working to increase performance ...Read more
Companies that thrive in today’s competitive global economy do so for several major reasons, one of which is having the right people behind them. But not just any people— we’re talking high potential talent.
Find out how to instill the skillsets of coaching into the ongoing interactions of your managers and leaders.
It's not an easy feat for a company's culture to accurately embody the development of its employees but that's exactly what exists at Lieberman Research Worldwide. With an assist from the support of Chris Dede from HighGround, Kent ...Read more
Most businesses intuitively know that diversity matters and by now, the importance of diversity has been quantified. For example, a McKinsey study found that gender diverse organizations are 15% more likely to financially outperform those in the bottom quartile whereas ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to do so. But what is considered diversity? Is it one’s ethnicity, gender, sexual preference, age, veteran status, or their way of thinking? Or is it a combination of factors?