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Continue the post-Thanksgiving recovery with these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Nov. 26.
1. Dunkin’ Runs on Great Talent: CHRO Ginger Gregory sweetens the role of HR at the iconic brand by ensuring the best team is in place and ready to meet business needs. Talent Management editor [...]
Have you ever been talking to your boss, your spouse or anyone for that matter and you can tell they’re really not listening? When the listener isn’t the one who signs our paycheck, we are usually quick to say, “Are you listening to me?” Of course, people can’t retort to their manager, supervisor or leader, [...]
The current focus of Talent Management magazine is on the use of assessments in talent management. This is what Psychology at Work had to say about this topic in November 2011.
When I look back on the mistakes I made running HR for a big company – and boy, do I have plenty to [...]
Hostess Brands announced Friday it was suspending all operations and starting the liquidation of its assets in response to a nationwide strike by the Bakery Worker’s Union. Going out of business, in other words. No more Twinkies, Wonder Bread, or Ding Dongs. How will we survive?
NBC News reports as follows:
“Hostess Brands, [...]
Gobble, gobble; turkey, turkey. “The Week That Was” will be off next week for Thanksgiving, so read these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Nov. 12.
1. Does Obama Win Mean Big Labor Is Back?: The tides of organized labor in the workplace could change given Tuesday’s re-election of [...]
Vanity Fair published an article in August titled “Microsoft’s Lost Decade.” The article is summarized for me in the following quote:
“The story of Microsoft’s lost decade could serve as a business-school case study on the pitfalls of success. For what began as a lean competition machine led by young visionaries of unparalleled [...]
Turkey Day is only a few short weeks away. Fend off the urge to gorge on large amounts of turkey and stuffing early by reading these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Nov. 5.
1. It’s Time to Drop the Focus on Competencies: Performance management could use a back-to-basics approach. Pairing [...]
If you are under age 40 and work in talent management there is a good chance you have never dealt with organized labor in the workplace. This could change given Tuesday’s re-election of President Obama. Yes, part of your next strategic initiative might include union avoidance training.
Obama’s second-term win was made possible in no [...]
Recent events, such as Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker’s actions to save neighbors from their burning home and Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods fighting to his death to save his comrades in Benghazi, have caused many people to equate these actions with leadership.
We normally think of heroes or heroines as people who, forsaking their personal [...]
Eat too much Halloween candy? We all know the feeling. Recover with these top five stories from Talentmgt.com for the week of Oct. 29.
1. Yes, Optimism Can Make Better Leaders: Thinking of challenges as opportunities and maintaining one’s optimism can propel the organization forward, writes Talent Management columnist Marshall Goldsmith.