Whether you want to retain your top talent or create a more engaging environment while managing your team remotely, harnessing predictive HR models based on people analytics can help streamline business operations and implement actionable changes. As we discussed in our earlier post released [...]Read more The Top Predictive HR Models For People Analytics
Forward-thinking CEOs and business leaders have become aware of the strong ties between how modern strategies like “people analytics” can lead to success within their HR departments and increase the bottom line. People analytics is the use of data analysis to equip HR leadership with the [...]Read more How to Use People Analytics to Find Your HR Blind Spots
This post was penned by Frank Faeth, East Tenth Group’s Senior Leadership Advisor and Executive Coach. Employee retention is a “hot button” topic for many CEOs and C-Suite executives I speak to these days. Whether it’s due to issues onboarding new team members effectively, neglecting to [...]Read more Surprising Employee Retention Statistics That Will Make You Sit Up and Take Notice
Improving employee retention doesn’t happen overnight. In fact, most organizations don’t determine the leading cause behind their retention issues until a valued employee decides to leave, and an issue is identified during the team members’ exit interview. Employee retention is one of the [...]Read more 5 Proven Strategies for Improving Employee Retention
Increasing team productivity is one of the most important challenges faced by any leader. This is especially true for those us working in the knowledge economy, where employees report being distracted from their work every 10 and a half minutes, on average. While 24% of these interruptions come [...]Read more If Team Productivity Slips, Is It Your Fault? What to Do:
Have you ever received praise or a compliment for your work and felt like a fraud? If so, then you can join the growing number of professionals who struggle with Impostor Syndrome. Impostor Syndrome is an issue which affects many professionals, including 70% of Millennials, even the most [...]Read more Is Your Imposter Syndrome Holding You Back From Being Successful?
I’m a runner. I can’t believe I am writing it (much less saying it) if I’m honest. I’ve been in good shape on and off throughout most of my adult life thanks to activities like weight lifting, tennis, biking, walking, swimming, and skiing. But, running? Absolutely not. In [...]Read more Running Into Leadership and Teamwork
The best leaders are those who seek out opportunities for growth and learning in every area of life. As someone who has worked with many CEOs and other C-Suite executives to enhance their leadership skills and enhance their organizations, I’ve come to find that many of the best managers and [...]Read more How to Step Up to the Plate and Score a Leadership Home Run
When it comes to understanding the qualities that a great leader should possess in order to accomplish his or her goals, I’ve found many leadership lessons in Sun Tzu’s The Art of War. Sun Tzu was a Chinese general, philosopher, and military strategist. His book “The Art of [...]Read more 5 Characteristics of the Best Leaders From The Art of War
As anyone who knows me personally can attest to, I’m a huge U2 fan. In fact, they’re my favorite band, and I’ve followed them since at least 1980 (yes, I’m dating myself a bit here.) Not only am I continually impressed with their drive, talent, and skill, but I also have a deep respect for […]Read more U2, Me and You – How about Rock Star Leadership?