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  • In today’s fast-paced and competitive business landscape, professionals at every stage of their careers are constantly seeking ways to enhance their skills, overcome challenges, and achieve their full potential. One powerful resource that indiv...

  • As we wind down the year and look to 2024, I want to revisit one of the most powerful and under-utilized tools that organizations have at their disposal to create high-performing teams and deliver outstanding results. The annual performance managemen...

  • If we think of the next generation of leaders as five to ten years into their career, they are likely in a Manager or Director level role managing a small team for the first time. They are potentially dealing with a complex set of people challenges i...

  • The 9-box talent review process is a strategic tool that organizations use to assess and manage talent at all levels. It involves evaluating employees based on their performance and potential and placing them in a grid with 9 boxes, each representing...

  • The most important competency for success in today’s dynamic business environment.

    Learning agility is the ability and willingness to quickly acquire new knowledge, adapt to novel situations, and apply insights from past ex...

  • As the father of a neurodiverse young adult who has entered the workforce, I’ve spent the past 20 years looking at the world through a different lens, which has been a true blessing. During this time, I’ve been fortunate to assist numerou...

  • Your Organization’s Greatest ‘Hidden’ Asset

    Whether your organization has 1 or 100 frontline leaders, this critical role is where the rubber meets the road. ...

  • Huh?  I know – it took me a minute too. It’s one of many synonyms for ONBOARDING that pops up on Google. Why was I looking for another word?  Because I think that we’ve become somewhat tone deaf to the concept of what it really means to hel...

  • Hiring is a topic of conversation on every leader’s mind these days. We are constantly bombarded with stories of labor shortages, absentee employees, quiet quitting, actual quitting, etc. So, what do you do to avoid the pitfalls of poor hires in a ti...

  • The way we work has changed dramatically in the last three years. While most of the workforce was in the office before the pandemic and almost all of the workforce was remote during the pandemic, we are now seeing hybrid teams becoming more of the no...

  • If we learned one thing during the last three years of the pandemic, remote work and The Great Resignation, it is that old methods, no matter how tried and true, are not working to attract, hire and retain talent. Circumstances and expectations have ...

  • For most businesses, the last few years have been an exercise in reacting to circumstances none of us has ever experienced. From the pandemic to The Great Resignation, inflation, and recession, the word “pivot” has been used so much that I know I wou...

  • A 2021 Gallup Poll on Employee Engagement showed a decline for the first time in a decade, and the trend has continued in 2022. Given this trend and the continued robust job market, how can leaders, supported by their Human Resources departments, imp...