Monthly Archives: August 2012
Talent Management Systems: Sometimes the Cure Makes the Patient Sicker
Well-intentioned talent management systems are frequently to blame for undermining the quality of career conversations. Development doesn’t occur on schedule, it happens a little bit every day, on the employee’s schedule, through intentional interactions and conversations.
Intrinsic Motivation: Not Quite the Answer
There are several deliberate steps that managers can take to connect the work with what matters most to people. Small actions that help employees create their own personal connect between the work they do now, and the goals they have for the future.
Four Months to the Finish Line
September is our chance to finally get serious about what we have intended to do all year. Julie Winkle Giulioni shares five research-based strategies that can help you make good on your goals.
What’s Your Legacy?
What kind of leadership legacy do you want to leave? While you are running the business and delivering results, don’t forget to build in some legacy metrics as well.