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I am probably the only law professor in the world not blogging about Thursday’s stunning Supreme Court decision to largely uphold The Affordable Care Act. I bet you are as sick of hearing about it as I am. Instead, let’s examine whether the application of positive psychology in the workplace drives business results. [...]
I get it: You’ve been busy this week getting the grill and pool ready for the big Independence Day bash. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t time to enjoy these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of June 25.
1. Make Your Leaders Everyday Coaches: Training managers to coach [...]
He spoke for nearly an hour, but when Jim Collins, author of a slew of wildly popular business books, including his most recent, Great by Choice, finished his remarks Tuesday morning at SHRM 2012 in Atlanta, the point was simple.
Pick the right people. Set goals. And develop a plan to achieve them.
When somebody says those dreaded words to me: “I’d like to talk to you today about millennials,” my first response is, “I’d like you not to.”
So when Malcolm Gladwell, staff writer at The New Yorker and the author of bestselling books such as “Outliers,” “Blink” and “The Tipping Point,” started his keynote [...]
I just came across an article on Forbes online by George Bradt titled, “The Five Most Important Questions for BRAVE Leaders.” Although the article is basically about “on-boarding,” that is hiring, I was interested in the BRAVE reference. Turns out it is an acronym. As with many acronyms he had to find a way to [...]
The 64th annual Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Conference and Expo kicked off Sunday in Atlanta, with a focus on mending the skills gap in the United States and the importance of embracing change as a means for growth in today’s global and complex business environment.
Former U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza [...]
I’m not getting much done this summer. You? Sure, we have big plans – don’t we? – but vacations, conferences and early happy hours with the folks in purchasing keep getting in the way. And day baseball. Don’t forget about day baseball.
This is not exactly big news. Almost every study of office workers that [...]
It’s going to be a long, hot summer, so why not buckle up and sink into some quality reading? These were the top five stories on Talentmgt.com for the week of June 18.
1. The Future of Feedback: In an era of modern feedback, organizations that pay heed to employees’ voices [...]
We often hear senior learning executives say: “If millennials continue to be a large percentage of our workforce, how must our learning department change?” What they are really asking is how can their learning department incorporate the same features that make engaging in social sites so much fun, like commenting, rating, tagging, using rich media, [...]
Take a break from a Saturday at the pool with these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of June 11.
1. Will Predictive Analytics Impact the Future of Talent Management?: For talent managers, creating learning and change is as much about changing habits as it is about imparting skills [...]