Leadership Strategy

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Large Scale Meetings…Large Scale Learning

Business simulations are a terrific methodology for leadership development programs.  For traditional classroom sessions of 20-30 participants, a simulation can create a powerful learning environment and provide a foundation for learning new ... Read more
Blog

Lessons from the End

Blog | Author: Amanda Young Hickman | Source: HCI | Published: 1 day ago

The end of a brand is often a rotten confluence of events—economic trends, smart competitors, and changing technologies can all be the death knell for a company.  However, leaders or leadership teams that stay balanced in their approach improve the odds of seeing potentially fatal challenges early enough to address them.

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Global Megatrends and the Future of Talent

Keynote Video | Presented By: Tim Ryan | Published: March 5, 2015
The complexity and uncertainty of the modern world has made strategic planning difficult, but not impossible. Despite widespread volatility, there are certain overarching “megatrends” at play that will have significant effects on ... Read more
Blog

See What Happens When Real-Time Feedback Takes Flight

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: February 26, 2015
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The conveniences of modern travel are often overlooked when measured against the reality that any attempt to go from point A to point B is frequently rife with potential setbacks.  That’s why, on my way home after HCI’s Workforce Planning and Talent Strategy Conference this week, I made peace with the fact that the next several hours were not going to be particularly enjoyable.

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White Paper

Bossy: What’s Gender Got to Do with It?

White Paper | Author: Cathleen Clerkin, Christine A. Crumbacher, Julia Fernando, and William A. (Bill) Gentry | Source: Center for Creative Leadership | Published: February 13, 2015
In light of the recent interest in the word “bossy” and the Ban Bossy campaign, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL®) conducted research on the role of the word bossy in the workplace. We discovered: Bossy is not a ... Read more
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Three Pieces of Advice for New Leaders

Blog | Author: Bill Catlette | Source: HCI | Published: February 20, 2015

Often, when someone is first appointed to a leadership role, it occurs via a “battlefield promotion” where the person in front of them, the incumbent leader goes up, down, or away, and they are thrust into the role. For some reason, this often seems to occur on a Friday, and the conversation goes something like this: “You’ve been here a while now, and you know the business, the people and processes. You’re a natural. Starting Monday, I want you to be the new (fill in the blank job title). I have confidence that you will succeed.” Left unsaid is the very real message, “and you’ve got all weekend to get ready.” 

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Webcast

Where Can HR Have the Biggest Business Impact in 2015?

Webcast | Presented By: Katherine Jones, Ray Wang, William Tincup | Webcast Aired: 1 day ago
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What are the most critical business areas HR should focus on in 2015—is it engagement? Analytics? What’s actually important vs. what’s simply hype?  Join three of HR’s brightest thinkers for a lively ... Read more
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