Management & Leadership


Compensating Employees in the “New Normal” of Performance Management

Blog | Author: Jacque Vilet | Source: HCI | Published: July 27, 2015

There have been countless articles written in the last couple of years about companies that have changed their entire performance management system.  Their new systems might not all look exactly alike, but they all seem to have the following things in common:

  1. Performance discussions/reviews are entirely separate from compensation discussions. 
  2. There are no more performance ratings or forced rankings
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White Paper

Getting Beyond the ‘Social’ Stigma

White Paper | Source: Saba | Published: July 6, 2015
Social learning can deliver significant benefits. The key is to start small and build on success. One simple word may be preventing your organization from experiencing the significant benefits of social learning. It’s the ... Read more

Are You Developing Digital Leaders?

Blog | Author: Charlotte Hughes | Source: HCI | Published: July 21, 2015

For the past few years, managers of established businesses have observed the significant growth of technology companies such as Amazon, Facebook and Google.  We’ve seen innovation and disruption as key organic growth drivers.  But despite this awareness, and having significant resources, many industry leading organizations have missed new markets and growth opportunities that more agile companies have seized.  For traditional companies, large and small, making the transition to thinking and acting digitally is critical, but easier said than done.

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7 Simple Steps To Prevent Employee Poaching

7 Simple Steps To Prevent Employee Poaching Recent research suggests that while top talent is engaged in what they do, they may not necessarily be committed to who they do it for. Many “A players” believe that their hard work has not ... Read more

Attracting, Developing & Keeping 21st Century Female Leaders

Blog | Author: Amy Hirsh Robinson | Source: HCI | Published: July 13, 2015

What Does A Female Leader Look Like?

On Michelle Obama’s recent visit to Asia to promote the “Let Girls Learn” educational campaign, the first lady was criticized in the press for her clothing, which had a distinctively 1950’s style and association. One Fashion writer for the New York Times wrote, “As a woman, and one who spends a lot of time thinking about the messages women’s clothes send about their identify, I found the apparent clothes/context disjunction to be jarring.“  

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What Successful People Know About Decision Making

Blog | Author: Nicole Lipkin | Source: HCI | Published: July 13, 2015

After a few reps at the gym your muscles naturally start to fatigue. It’s a sign that you’re working and your muscles are responding. In the same way that your muscles eventually give out during a workout, your mental muscle starts to fatigue throughout the day, hampering your ability to care, make choices, stay motivated, weigh decisions, and ultimately take action. 

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