4 Habits of Great Managers

Anyone can track employee time and pass along HR announcements. Great managers are savvy people leaders who transform strategic intent into tangible action through sheer influence. Their ability to produce value through others sets them apart from even the most knowledgeable independent contributor. Up your managerial game by adopting these four actions: Coach Your Employees:┬áIf you start working for someone […]

Seven Signs That Your Company Has a Talent Problem

Signs of poor talent management depend in part on the size of the company, its HR system infrastructure, data analysis capability, and the company’s stage of growth/decline. That said, if an organization is sophisticated enough to have a talent strategy in place, the following are common indications that something is about to go off the rails. A Gap in Succession Plans:If few leaders have […]

Is Your Talent Strategy Ring Ready?

Is your talent strategy of championship caliber or just a jab away from tasting canvas? Adopting these 10 tips will keep you off the ropes and in contention for a talent title. Business leaders are fond of comparing talent acquisition and retention to physical confrontations, most notably, the war for talent. Few, however, demonstrate the dedication required to prepare their […]

The Talent Funnel: How to Surface Key Human Resources

Despite the efforts of well-intentioned HR professionals, talent management remains a silo-driven, disjointed endeavor that rarely meets the human capital needs of today’s organizations. This failing, which calls into question the strategic value of HR, stems from both organization-oriented shortcomings, such as poor strategy, lackluster processes, and immature management, as well as more contextual issues that speak to the heart of senior […]