Don’t Confuse Operation Leaders & Business Leaders 

RJ Morris Employee Development, Outmatch, RJ Morris, Talent Management 1 Comment

The hardest decision Chief Executives and their talent pros make involves figuring out who to put in the big chairs in their companies.  A big chair means running a unit or a division – your titles might be different, but I mean someone who is the Top Dog in a significant part of your operation.  Someone who can lead a …

If Millennials Want to Change Jobs All The Time Do You Owe Them Development?

Tim Sackett Employee Development, Tim Sackett

I’m a huge proponent of developing your employees. I was raised by a Baby Boomer who would tell me, “If you spend money on developing employees, they’ll just leave for a better job, so it’s a waste of money!” I’m sure many of you reading this probably have current bosses who have the same theory of management and employee development. …

VIDEO: Creating Custom Development Plans For High Potential Individuals

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Learning and Development

On this Learning and Development Hangout brought to you by our friends at Meridian, hear Jeff Kristick, President of Meridian, and Kris Dunn, founder of Fistful of Talent, discuss the benefits of creating customized L&D plans for high potential employees – as well as how to identify a few traps along the way.

Can You Be A MVP On An Underperforming Team?

Andy Porter Andy Porter, Coaching, Driving Productivity, Employee Coaching, Good HR, HR, HR & Sports, Performance

This time of year is my absolute favorite. It’s a time for gathering with family and friends, reflecting on the past year and making commitments to be better in the coming year. Nice, huh? But if you work in the corporate world, it’s also the time of year when you’re forced to devote hours of your life that you’ll never …

Brains Before Bros: Why Hiring Smart People over Experienced People is a Winning Talent Strategy [Webinar]

Holland Dombeck McCue Good HR, Hiring Bias, Recruiting, Talent Strategy, Webinar

True or False: I hire smart people and trust they’ll figure out what do to rather than looking for Drones to fill the seats in my shop. True or False: My existing talent pool is always my first line of defense in filling key roles that become available in my organization. If the first statement is true, shouldn’t the second …