When the senior leadership of Avis Budget Group (ABG) identified a competitive threat to their business, they needed an innovative solution to help grow market share while differentiating their services. Committed to developing their women ...Read more
It takes a courageous leader to truly develop others – to look outward and want to share something bigger. True leadership involves drawing out the greatness in others - even when people do not believe in their own greatness. This is why it's crucial to share victories with everyone. So what conversations can you have that will effectively share organizational wins?
A strong, vibrant culture is essential to employee engagement and nobody understands this better than lululemon. In this Executive Interview, Janeen Speer, Director of Talent at lululemon athletica, explains how culture drives talent strategy at ...Read more
Higher education has changed. Cutting-edge institutions know learners seek active participation. Today's students want to be involved - through candid discussions, real-world examples and strong in-person and online networks.Read more
What does HR need to do to ensure HR is change ready? How can HR leaders transition from tactical and transactional role into a more stratgeic one? These big picture questions are addressed in full by our guests Silvia Masini and Judah Kurtz of ...Read more
Defining your company’s corporate values can seem like a daunting task given its importance in setting your corporate culture. After all, your culture determines how your employees will achieve all those lofty goals you made. While it isn’t an exercise to be taken lightly, it doesn’t need to be weighed down in process. Follow these 3 steps to uncover your values while fully engaging your team.
Recent media coverage of Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In, highlights the roles of women in the workplace and the bias and unfairness experienced by female professionals. Sandberg’s powerful message is, however, distinctly shaded by her own generational lens and her experience with feminism. Her “mission to reboot” feminism and to reframe discussions on gender, distinctly reflect her Generation X values of autonomy and work-life balance, and misses the mark with Millennial women, who do not see gender inequality in the workplace and are either confused or annoyed at the negativity they think older generations bring to the subject.
Explore Podcasts, Webcasts and Executive interviews from the Human Capital Institute (HCI) to learn best practices and new ideas from thought leaders on succession management. Please click on the titles inside the infographic to view ...Read more
You've just been promoted - Congratulations! It is an awesome feeling to know that all your hard work is paying off! You have been acknowledged that you have what it takes to climb the corporate ladder. Guess what? Now it starts all over - planning, learning, performing, navigating, strategizing and delivering results, just at a higher level.
You have to learn quickly what is expected, what to start, stop, and change. There are no rules to gauge the things you should know, need to know, and have to know. What you can do, however, is learn what to look for, diagnose the problem, and implement the solution - as soon as possible. Here are some common mistakes newly promoted managers make:
Leadership has changed significantly over the last twenty years. Communication plays an increasingly pivotal role, and standout leaders understand the value of a collective workforce. No longer reliant on title or authority, true ...Read more