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Today’s workforce is being redefined by an ever-evolving technological landscape, novel organizational dynamics and the bridging of the socio-cultural gap within the global business ecosystem. What does that mean for tomorrow’s workforce? Change, of course.
If your organization wants its employees to be effective, each team has to put in work and follow through with performance expectations.
No player -- not even the MVP -- can win a baseball game, let alone a World Series championship, single handedly. A team has to cover the bases, the outfield, the plate and the mound, and do so in a strategic way that’s designed to optimize collaboration and output.
Maybe it’s too soon to praise technology as the be-all and end-all of human learning. What areas need more work? How can instructors and designers do better?
Leaders must accomplish their objectives while navigating the challenges of a work environment marked by unprecedented complexity, volatility, and ambiguity.Read more
The nature of leadership roles has changed a lot in the past decade, and so HR needs to review its approach, too.
Once upon a time, work looked something like this: Recruiters posted jobs, collected resumes, and determined who might be a good fit, screening out unsuitable candidates before passing along those that rose to the top. Once hired, employees ...Read more
As you approach the finish line of building a coaching culture, the process of measuring a coaching practice might seem impossible. A good place to start is a 70/30 split, which means that 70 percent of the metrics will remain static and 30 percent will be tailored to the specific coaching engagement involved. It is especially helpful if the metrics can be compared across engagements.
HR analytics are crucial to the success of your hiring efforts, but don't sweat it if your team isn't trained in data science. Here are 5 ways to turn applications and other candidate data into actionable analytics.Read more
Leadership programs aren’t working; despite heavy investment, confidence in leaders has gone from bad to worse with only 54% of leaders who move into new roles meeting their objectives.
We've busted four myths surrounding leadership ...Read more
Effective strategy implementation is imperative for long-term success. Think of your company as a river. Executives stand at the mouth of the river, and there the water rushes with great strength and purpose, but as the river rolls cross-country ...Read more
Misalignment between your human capital strategy and the facts on the ground will cause confusion and disengagement among your people -- further impeding the successful execution of strategy.
Sourcing skills are in high demand. And why shouldn’t they be? Finding top talent is getting harder.
A recent report from The Society for Human Resource Management found that 68% of more than 3,300 talent acquisition professionals surveyed ...
The concept of diversity and inclusion as we see it in action has its flaws. Rather than ‘diverse and included,’ organizations often end up being ‘diverse and independent’ or worse, ‘diverse and assimilated.’ There must be a better way.
Technology-enabled assessment, like many other talent management tools, are prone to fads and trends. While some of these new technologies may look great and offer glossy gamification or simulations, there is insufficient scientific research to ...Read more
What makes a person succeed in their position? Hiring isn't a guessing game anymore.Read more
Organizations everywhere are gearing up for their yearly performance reviews. Managers are filling out paperwork and straining their memories back across an entire year to recall employees’ major successes and failures, and employees are bracing themselves for bad news or daring to hope for an above-average salary increase. Either way, the traditional performance review is past its “sell-by” date.
How do I optimize my resources? It is the perennial question for today’s businesses. Our philosophy is that aligned organizations can better optimize their resources to create both great efficiencies as well as desired growth. To accomplish both ...Read more
For years, employers focused on recruiting and retaining what used to be the largest generation in U.S. history: Baby Boomers. As that generation's people are now 54 to 71 years old, employers have been far less focused on recruiting and retaining, and instead, replacing these aging workers.
Studies show that workplace incivility costs companies $14,000 per employee due to lost productivity and work time. It can have serious health effects on individuals, lead to increased turnover, impede collaboration among teams and ...Read more