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  Generation Y at Work
by Barbara Wulf, MS, CPCC - Apr, 2008
As of July 2005, there were nearly 78.2 million “baby boomers” – a population represented by people born between 1946 and 1964 – living in the United States, many of whom have now retired or are nearing retirement. With the swell of retirements, employers have been preparing for the next wave of workers to replace them. Enter, Generation Y. What do we know about Generation Y? How do employers motivate and retain Generation...
  Can Your Business Run Without You?
by Dr. Barton Goldsmith - Apr, 2008
If you don't take vacations or start new projects because you're afraid of what might go wrong when you're not around, it's a symptom of a serious business dysfunction. You have ineffective-manageritis. If your direct reports cannot sit in your chair and do your job, you haven't trained them properly. Think about it. If you have had to do damage control after taking some time away from the business, then some training of yo...
  Effective Hiring
by Dr. Barton Goldsmith - Apr, 2008
Hiring is an emotional process for everyone involved. Understanding a prospect’s emotional drives (as well as the interviewer’s) is key to finding and keeping the right people. Certain interview questions can illicit responses that will tell you how a person is feeling about themselves, your company, if they are team players, and how they will react under stress. The questions I like to ask may seem a bit cryptic, or even t...
  Developing Potential Leaders: A Succession Planning Solution
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2008
CEO turnover has increased sharply in recent years. CEOs are failing sooner and falling harder, leaving companies in turmoil. At all levels, companies are short on quantity and quality of potential leaders. There’s something wrong with leadership development practices. Organizations are facing unprecedented challenges in finding successors for top jobs — and worse, so many leaders fail shortly after landing their positions....
  The Fruits of Inclusion™: Creating a Sustainable Diversity and Inclusion Program
by Dr. Linda Burrs - Mar, 2008
The concept of the fruits of inclusion has been repeated throughout this workbook. This discussion deserves some additional attention as it is the essential factor to effectively making diversity work for everyone. We are all already diverse. What we don’t need is more diversity...what we need is to learn how to make our diversity succeed together and that comes through the work of inclusion. In order for inclusion to be a...
  Mindset – The Key to Executive Success
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2007
Mindset shapes our mental world, influences our outlook, determines the scope of our goals, and ultimately sets us on a path of growth and fulfillment—or one of stagnation. Executive suites are filled with high achievers who boast high IQs and stellar accomplishments. Still, some stagnate, while others thrive and continue to shine. The mindset we develop over the years (heavily influenced by our parents and teachers) can...
  Employment Branding Study Results: Attract, Retain, Repel
by Lizz Pellet - Dec, 2007
Attract, Retain, Repel, what the heck does that have to do with organizational culture and employment branding? That was my exact question back in July 2006. That is when I was first introduced to Rada Advertising, a recruitment advertising firm and we started to explore this very question. At the first meeting between we found that we have the same desire to support organizations in discovering who they really are and tran...
  Executive Engagement: Managing Energy With Stories
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Dec, 2007
“To be fully engaged in our lives, we must be physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused, and spiritually aligned with a purpose beyond our immediate self-interest.” — Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz, The Power of Full Engagement (2003) Most of us respond to workplace demands by putting in longer hours. But it’s fundamentally flawed to assume that investing time in the things we care about will generate resu...
  Going Green to Enhance Your Employment Branding Efforts
by Lizz Pellet - Dec, 2007
So, you think creating an employment brand will help your organization attract, retain and repel employees – you are right on! Companies large and small are seeing a significant increase in the ROI of recruitment and retention programs by creating an employment brand. This one human resources initiative can be a significant differentiator for companies who are looking to attract and retain top talent and repel employees who...
  If You Keep Doing What You've Been Doing You'll Keep Getting What You've Been Getting
by Eva Jenkins - Dec, 2007
Trust is a key factor needed for effective leadership. The problem today is you can’t tell or even expect people to trust you. . .you must prove it first. In God we trust, but all others bring data - High performance work environments require a deep respect and trust in people. People are not viewed as extensions of machines, objects to be manipulated nor costs to be controlled but rather as thinking and feeling human bei...
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