Talent Management
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Contributor: James Linney
Posted: 09/30/2015
Talent Management and Succession Planning efforts are both an art and a science. Finding ways to develop and place internal staff in executive roles and positioning them for success is no easy task. But, it's worth it -- the cost of attracting and onboarding externally acquired executive talent is high and many new hires are not successful in navigating a new corporate culture. In this interview, Carol Pandza, VP of Learning, Talent Management & Organizational Development at AmeriHealth Caritas touches on how to develop from within the best employees and leadership behaviors. Full Content »
Contributor: Ben Mueller
Posted: 05/20/2014
VIDEO: Don't Take Charge, Take Part: Growing Global Leaders
Madhu Kiran, CTO of Uni Talent Management, has spent 15 years in the training and development industry. For him, the future of employee development is all about teamwork. "Take the team!" he said. "Clarity has to be there in terms of what the talent mobility is all about in an organization." Full Content »
Contributor: Karen Knox
Posted: 05/12/2014
Leveraging the Manager-Employee Relationship to Drive Employee Engagement
It is well recognized that driving employee engagement throughout the organization is a critical task for organizational and human resources leaders. Enterprise-wide engagement initiatives can be effective – and expensive – but one of the most significant factors that impacts employee engagement is the manager-employee relationship. Full Content »
Contributor: David E. Smith
Posted: 04/29/2014
Be Honest with High-Valued Executives. Their Job May Depend on It.
Companies dedicate countless resources attracting and hiring executives for their high-level positions. But what happens if the hire is a bad fit? Full Content »
Contributor: Ben Nesvig
Posted: 03/27/2014
How Companies Can Retain Millennials and Gain a Competitive Advantage
In a perfect world, college graduates would be workforce ready upon graduation, but that’s just not the case. Instead of complaining and blaming colleges or millennials, organizations should use this as an opportunity to gain a competitive advantage. With comprehensive and ongoing training for new employees, organizations can develop a stronger and more committed workforce. Full Content »
Contributor: Ben Mueller
Posted: 03/24/2014
The Last Millennial Article L&D Profs Need to Read
The New York Times Magazine published a remarkable think piece this month on millennial startup culture in Silicon Valley. The examination of the technology that rules their lives, the technology that they have created, is perhaps the best gateway to understanding Gen Y. Full Content »
Contributor: Conseula Di Primio
Posted: 03/17/2014
Job Descriptions: Painfully Useless Administrivia or Strategic Tool?
Do all the employees in your organization have up-to-date job descriptions? Unless you work in a regulated industry that requires strict descriptions for all employees, chances are, you don't. And why? Because job descriptions are hard to write. Full Content »
Contributor: Rajon Tumbokon
Posted: 03/10/2014
5 Things Training Professionals Can Learn From Watching "Bar Rescue"
"Bar Rescue" is a makeover/reality show that follows bar industry specialist Jon Taffer as he renovates and rescues failing bar establishments across the U.S. Here are five sudsy tips that training professionals can pick up from Taffer's motivational prowess. Full Content »
Posted: 01/29/2014
Learning Puts the 'Heart' in Talent Management
From a leading industry analyst firm with deep learning and talent management expertise, this white paper shares how learning is a key element for motivating, engaging, and developing talent. Learn how connecting learning and talent processes can be most effective when key data points are shared seamlessly. You'll also see why collaboration and change management support efforts to make stronger talent management connections, and why governance models, process mapping, and technology discussions are fundamental to successful business outcomes when making these connections. Full Content »
Contributor: Susanne Krivanek
Posted: 01/16/2014
Achieving Sense (and Cents) Out of Goal Setting
Setting the right expectations for employees through goal setting can provide a significant ROI as part of an overall performance management system. However, making sense of how to drive a successful process can be a daunting task for employees, as well as for the HR professionals who need to lead teams through the process. Full Content »
Contributor: Kamila Dabrowska
Posted: 01/09/2014
How to Motivate Gen Y
In order to create an organization that successfully motivates its employees to greater performance, you must embrace the fact that you are or will be working with people of different ages. Life priorities, work preferences, and adaptability to technology advancements are all potential points of difference between older and younger generations. Full Content »
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Posted: 01/29/2014
Learning Puts the 'Heart' in Talent Management
From a leading industry analyst firm with deep learning and talent management expertise, this white paper shares how learning is a key element for motivating, engaging, and developing talent. Learn how connecting learning and talent processes can be most effective when key data points are shared seamlessly. You'll also see why collaboration and change management support efforts to make stronger talent management connections, and why governance models, process mapping, and technology discussions are fundamental to successful business outcomes when making these connections. Full Sector Report »