Do you struggle to stay ahead of your talent needs? Do you find yourself realizing only after the need is desperate that you are missing the skill sets necessary to accomplish your goals? Talent acquisition is a common struggle for growing and midsize businesses. And if you don’t have a strong [...]Read more Talent Strategy: The One Thing Your Business Needs This Year
To deliver the best outcomes as business leaders, it is our imperative to deliver on this varied thinking at the beginning of the recruitment process by creating parity, providing development opportunities and mentors, and by placing women on our boards – whether or not they’ve achieved CEO status.Read more Take Action Now to Bring More Women to the Table
Real change must start long before women enter the workplace. Look at the world at large for innovative and creative ways to inspire how you develop your future leaders. And don’t forget to start in your own neighborhood.Read more Angela Merkel: A Blueprint for Developing Global Leaders
HR executives must evolve to maintain, if not improve, retention and performance – and ultimately to increase revenue. Enter people analytics.Read more If Google Believes in People Analytics, Why Don’t You?
How does HR demonstrate an impact on ROI with predictive analytics? Measurably reduce turnover and measurably improve performance.Read more Can HR Do What Amazon Does with Predictive Analytics?
52 percent of CXOs believe there are not enough bold leaders in their companies. More than half of CXOs believe that bold leadership is not being emphasized during recruitment.Read more Bold Leadership: Your Voice Matters
Workplace culture is an urgent issue; while it can be difficult to define and understand, it is a determining factor in performance levels, motivation, engagement, and retention.Read more Authenticity, Brand, and Talent: The Connection
Gen C is the “connected” generation. Even more so than millennials, they are digital natives (or nearly), for whom technology is a constant part of their daily routine.Read more Quit Worrying about Millennials. Gen C Is Here