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Metrics for Increased Hiring Efficiency

February 28, 2013 | Larry Jacobson

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Larry Jacobson, Director, Technology Talent Acquisition, Vistaprint
Identifying critical roles and projected hiring needs are a part of the basic workforce planning structure. What about the actual process of recruiting? ...

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Create a Financial Case for Workforce Planning

February 28, 2013 | Mayank Jain

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Mayank Jain, Director, HR Analytics & Reporting, eBay
There are a handful of issues that impede an organization’s ability to move forward with workforce planning programs. Lack of a platform, lack of senior ...

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Revolutionize Assessment and Development for Mid-level Managers

February 27, 2013 | Alice Pickens, Michael Lehman

Mid-level leaders are responsible for successfully driving the execution of their organization’s strategy. Unfortunately, only 49 percent of mid-level leaders are perceived as being able to drive and operate a company successfully

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Engagement Starts with You!

February 26, 2013 | Scott Carbonara

Whether your goal is to increase your personal engagement as a leader, maximize the engagement of your team, or gain more resilience and energy across your life in general—this humorous, uplifting, practical, research-and-story-based session will inspire you to reignite your mind, your heart, and your spirit.


The Difference between Talent Mobility and Succession Planning

February 26, 2013 | Juan Carlos Cabanillas

New methods of development can help foster a mobilized workforce – rotational programs, stretch assignments, and internal cross functional peer meetings, among others. But, integrating these new methods into already existing L&D programs can be difficult, and ensuring a clear difference between these and succession planning methods is vital to success.