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Post date: September 27, 2018
Employee engagement has become a major initiative in organizations attempting to improve their performance. It makes sense: Engaged employees are committed and more likely to volunteer their energy toward organizational goals. How to create this energy is not as clear. We believe the key to...
Post date: September 12, 2016
Regular readers of our columns will be familiar by now with the concept of Vitality, or the balance of maintaining your day-to-day Current Performance with Future Potential exploration. Maintaining this balance is tricky, and requires different types of talent for these separate pursuits. In our...
Post date: June 26, 2015
Have you followed the drama in the media lately stirred by some big name companies scrapping the old performance appraisal process to make room for more agile, employee friendly and manager–centric versions of managing employee performance—the so called "check-ins"  The Trouble with Grading...
Post date: August 21, 2018
The applicant walks and talks like a leader during the interview, but are they going to act like a leader each day they work for you? While telling the difference is more art than science, here are five things to look for during the interview process that can help you fill your organization with...
Post date: September 15, 2016
In today’s technology market, winning the war on talent may seem like an insurmountable task. From Silicon Valley start-ups to the 500 pound gorillas, we are all searching for similar talent with niche technical or stellar sales skills.  What is the company’s culture, and do the company’s actions...
Post date: July 11, 2019
A recent veteran hiring survey found that 48 percent of employers said they pay more attention to job applications submitted by U.S. veterans and 68 percent said that, if they had two equally qualified candidates and one was a veteran, they would hire the veteran. With these ambitions in mind,...
Post date: July 2, 2020
With employment scenarios changing in real time, hiring and onboarding done virtually and retention a priority, the importance of retaining veteran talent should be a priority. Not only is this workforce valuable for the skills and experience they bring to the civilian sector but keeping them...
Post date: August 30, 2016
Systemic Changes If we forge ahead in this new global century with the intent to maintain existing power structures, we will probably fare poorly. The shifting economic center requires us to shift with it, toward a reality yet to be defined. A new generation of leaders is beginning to wield greater...
Post date: April 5, 2016
Chances are that you’ve encountered the “gig economy” in your organization already, even if you haven’t called it that. Simply speaking, it refers to the increasingly prevalent trend of people and organizations choosing to work in temporary, contingent arrangements. I’ve experienced it across a...
Post date: May 17, 2016
Succession planning has evolved over the years from an approach focused almost exclusively on having a replacement ready for the CEO to a comprehensive plan for assessing and managing talent moves across multiple levels—focusing on management positions and critical jobs. In some cases, the focus...