For a while, companies have been focused on recruitment strategies to attract young talent. Today, the focus is shifting to the preparation of young high potentials for fast approaching leadership positions. Many organizations are asking – when do we need to start developing young HIPOs? The answer is YESTERDAY!
As organizations adopt flatter structures, employees can easily become disengaged if they believe there are no opportunities for promotion and career growth. To mitigate this risk, some organizations are making talent mobility a strategic focus ...Read more
Amy Hirsh Robinson lays the foundation for new economy succession planning using three cornerstones for success. First it is important that succession planning is kept as simple as possible. Over complication can lead to paralysis by analysis. ...Read more
Managing the next generation of workers presents a unique challenge for talent management leaders, but it is one that, when handled properly, ensures smooth succession of future leaders.
Strategic Workforce Planning is the most sought after skill in talent management today and the HCI SWP program offers the first professional certification of its kind in the industry.Learn More
I am always interested in reading about leadership and selection issues from a different perspective. As in any field, HR can become an echo chamber of the same ideas without generating much new thought. With that in mind, I was fascinated by this article about interviewing and cultural fit. Don’t be scared off because it’s from an academic journal of sociology. The writing is straightforward and you don’t need to be a sociologist to follow it.
An HCI Podcast based on the Webcast, "How to Design and Build Top-Notch Succession Plans" on 3/21/2013. Terrie Szucs, Organizational Development Consultant at Moen, joins us to discuss the biggest issue in succession planning today, how ...Read more
Organizations and HR leaders today are facing some of the biggest and most talented labor pools in history, and navigating through this requires patience, processes, and tools. While there are many different types of tests and assessments readily available today, the sheer number can be overwhelming.
In most organizations today, becoming a manager means that you're getting promoted. That's why you better be sure you want the job before you accept it.
Presented by: Mary Sullivan, SVP Corporate HR, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
As the economic recovery picks up speed, so too are the retirement plans of organizational leaders across industries — and the knowledge gaps they leave ...