Explore HCI's collection of curated webcasts, executive interviews and keynote videos on trending talent management topics.
A dichotomy in workforce planning is approaching – a major difference in the skills, qualities and outlook of those who are succeeding in strategic workforce planning compared to those focusing on (and succeeding in) headcount planning. ...Read more
Successful succession planning can make or break an organization based on two factors: managing risk, and the creation of organizational continuity to maintain their workforce plan. When pivotal positions go vacant in an organization, the effect ...Read more
For workforce planning to succeed, the business itself needs to take accountability for the development and execution of the workforce plans. This requires full engagement of the business in the process and the issues. In this session, ...Read more
An HCI Podcast based on the Webcast, "Can Metrics Close the Competency Gap" on 2/7/2012. Guest Bennett Price, Sr. Analyst, Organization & Management Development - Global R&D, PepsiCo discusses why Metrics are important for an organizations success, solutions to common challenges when it comes to metrics and examples of how metrics have closed competency gaps.
Can you imagine getting over a million applications a year? Could you trust that your selection system wouldn’t rule out someone really good? With incredibly high volume and limited open positions, P&G relies on a very efficient selection process to quickly identify top candidates and make sure their recruiters and hiring managers’ valuable time is only spent on the most promising contenders.
Kathi Elster and Katherine Crowley, Authors and Experts in Workplace Relationships, discuss how to manage the people issues in business.
New dynamics in business world: more women, virtual workplaces, multi-generational, ...Read more
Greg Hartley, U.S. Army Special Forces (Retired) and Author of The Most Dangerous Business Book You’ll Ever Read, talks about how a good manager can read body language indicators of his or her employees.
Establish ...Read more
Gwyneth Meeks, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness at Viacom discusses the challenges she faced in effectivly utilizing executive coaching as a leadership developing tool and how it can help leaders deal with change in an ...Read more
Kevin Edmonds, Director of Training and Development at The Kroger Co., discusses the leadership development model for district managers at Kroger. Kevin explains how the course is designed to instill a passion for results AND people in ...Read more
Kevin Edmonds, Director of Training and Development at The Kroger Co., discusses how, when middle managers were faced with expanded responsibilities, a new leadership coaching program was developed and rolled out to encourage the behaviors and ...Read more
Joe Garcia, Ph.D., Sr. Director, Talent Management at The Home Depot, shares his experience in creating a competency model grounded in empirical data and linked with business strategy in mind.
Key insights include:
Start with the ...Read more
Joe Garcia, Ph.D., Sr. Director, Talent Management at The Home Depot, shares how HR made the business case to redefine their competency model to reflect the skills/traits that were proven to drive performance in managers.
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As organizations have changed in the past decade, so too has the senior leadership environment. The era of managing siloed functions and conducting isolated, disparate activities is fading and being replaced with more collaborative, team-based planning and development that can be explicitly tied to business strategy.
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Founded in 1978, The Home Depot is the world’s largest home improvement and construction retailer and the fourth largest retailer in the United States with over 2,200 stores and 350,000 associates in the US, Canada, Mexico and China. The ...Read more
Military intelligence as well as civilian operatives know the critical importance of identifying and developing leadership within their ranks. Many of the strategies that glean intelligence and lead to triumph in cold and hot wars can also ...Read more
These days, it seems like everyone wants to create a place for innovation and collaboration. But how do you actually make that come to life at all levels of your organization? Hear from Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander about how Red Hat ...Read more
The cost of replacing employees and the need to assimilate them quickly into the workforce has brought new attention to the subject of onboarding. In this vital time of transition the new hire will determine their level of engagement, commitment and contribution to the company.
Who is doing the work in organizations? Full-time employees? Part-time? Contingent workers? Very few organizations have a holistic view of the workforce and are missing opportunities to execute business strategy more effectively.
Each year the Great Place to Work® Institute, Inc. selects the best companies to work for in over 45 countries around the world. Recently, the Institute published a new book entitled The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It and Why It Matters, as well as a companion training program. This latest research provides a clear framework for creating a great workplace, anecdotes, stories and best practices.