Career Development

An HCI Topic

Traditional career paths no longer exist in organizations today. Instead, offer your employees dynamic development and learning opportunities that provide them with the skills they need to move up and around your organization. Learn how to create development programs that utilize performance plans, stretch assignments, departmental rotations, and coaching and mentorship to prepare employees for new responsibilities.

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Blog

Don’t Overlook the Unintended Consequences of Poorly Designed Assessments

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: November 6, 2014

The questions within an assessment should not only be very closely aligned to the business objectives, but also easy for the applicant to understand the reasoning behind each question. A thoughtfully designed assessment should provide clear connections between the applicant’s ability and the expectations of the job.  Without this transparency an organization runs the risk of losing applicant focus during the assessment, thus compromising two key components of a good assessment; reliability and validity.

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Webcast

Accelerating Time to Experience for “First Time” Leaders

Webcast | Presented By: Amanda Young Hickman, Karen Powell | Webcast Aired: October 28, 2014
Front line leaders are critical to an organization’s success, however they often have limited experience leading teams and managing through complexity. As a result, they learn - and make mistakes - in real-time; on the job, often with ... Read more
White Paper

Four Principles to Maximize the Value of the Training You Provide

White Paper | Author: John Ager, Master Facilitator and Trainer, Kepner-Tregoe, Inc. | Source: Kepner-Tregoe | Published: October 24, 2014
As a general rule, when training is offered it is because we believe employees don't have the necessary knowledge and skills to achieve the results we need. This assessment can be either reactive: problems remaining unsolved; decisions being ... Read more