Leadership Strategy

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Great leaders rise to the top, but many need development and training along the way. You can foster a leadership culture with strategies that support accountability, high performance, and leadership competencies. Understand the most important leadership priorities focus on how to connect performance back to business results, and discover ways to drive employee engagement through leadership strategy.

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The Two Word Secret to Making the Matrix Work

Blog | Author: Amanda Young Hickman | Source: HCI | Published: September 23, 2015

The matrix is here to stay. It’s an organizational structure, when done right, that can be agile and responsive to the market; can knit together global and local priorities; can leverage centralized skills and can enable local accountability.

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Three Ways Leaders Should Prepare for Change

Blog | Author: Mary Herrmann | Source: HCI | Published: September 18, 2015

Are you launching a new strategy, preparing for a merger, implementing a new process, or experiencing a culture change? As leaders, we can’t guide others through change before accepting it ourselves. It’s easy to get caught up in developing the strategy, designing the plans, and building the implementation teams without first taking the time to assess our own preparedness. Like using the emergency oxygen masks on a flight, you have to first take care of yourself before you can take care of others.

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Thinking Differently about Gender Bias in the Workplace

Blog | Author: Breanne Harris | Source: HCI | Published: September 17, 2015

By the very nature of being in the Human Resources field, we are highly sensitive to issues of gender, race, diversity, equality, and disabilities. When employees have disagreements, they often come to HR for help with a resolution because we are seen as an unbiased mediator in the workplace. And yet, because of our human nature and cognitive limitations, and despite our best efforts, we also make biased decisions every day. 

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White Paper

Tell or Don’t Tell?

White Paper | Source: Korn Ferry Institute | Published: September 9, 2015
The dilemma of “to tell or not tell?” a high-potential employee that they have been identified as such has been around for decades. Don Laidlaw, Corporate Head of Executive Resources for IBM in the 1980s, used to respond to this ... Read more

Fairness in Rewards: Slippery Slope or Manageable Terrain?

Webcast | Presented By: Mark Royal, Tom McMullen | Webcast Aired: September 8, 2015
A sense of balance between what people contribute to your organization and what they get back in return is fundamental to engaging, motivating and retaining your employees.   Research shows that perceptions of fairness in rewards – or ... Read more

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