For the first time in history, organizations are likely to have five different generations working together—each with their own skills, interests, priorities and expectations. Not surprisingly, this generational diversity is forcing employers to take a new approach to talent management, embracing both the unique opportunities and the unique challenges of a multigenerational workforce.
July 8, 2016 | Michael Lee Stallard and Dr. Todd Hall | HCI
Who experiences greater levels of stress: you or your boss? When we ask this question while teaching workshops on leadership, nearly all the bosses in the room respond that they are the ones under greater stress. They’re wrong. Hard data makes it clear that non-leaders experience greater stress, and in many instances it has a negative effect on their performance.
While a talent management strategy that unifies every phase of the employee lifecycle is critical to building a resilient, engaged workforce, it’s only the beginning. Getting the most from your people—while keeping them ...