The Importance of Talent Management
Jan18

The Importance of Talent Management

“There is no way to spend too much time on obtaining and developing the best people” – Larry Bossidy Many organizations are coming to the realization that success comes from a strong pool of talent. In “Talent Management: A Critical part of every leader’s job,” the authors explain how leaders today are playing a significant role in making this happen. For at least the next two decades, a company’s ability to attract, develop,...

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Community Building, Thought Leadership and Disrupting The World of Work with Jennifer McClure
Jan17

Community Building, Thought Leadership and Disrupting The World of Work with Jennifer McClure

Discover what it takes to be a successful speaker within the World of Work, what goes into HR community building, and the latest developments with the hugely successful DisruptHR series.

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Performance Management [Infographic]
Jan12

Here’s What You Need To Know About Performance Management [Infographic]

Each one of your employees has a different work style and management preference, so setting up a performance management strategy is challenging. However, finding a successful strategy that works for all of your employees is the key to increasing productivity, motivation, and employee engagement. Keeping conversations open and frequent helps managers determine what is best for each employee. When employees and leaders are on the same...

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The Evolution of HR, Leadership and Talent with John Hollon
Jan10

The Evolution of HR, Leadership and Talent with John Hollon

In this HRchat podcast interview, Bill Banham talks with John Hollon, award-winning journalist and expert on leadership, talent, human resources and workforce practices.

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HR Event Preview: HR.com – LEAD2017

LEAD truly believes that choice, not chance, coupled with dedication and inspiration are what instill leadership capabilities.

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Managers? Or Leaders? Or Both?
Jan05

Managers? Or Leaders? Or Both?

To begin, management and leadership are not necessarily the same, but they do go hand in hand. Over the years, the lines between the role of a leader and a manager have blurred, and the terms are now being used interchangeably. With the lack of clarity in job expectations, many workplaces have not been able to succeed to its full potential, causing unhappy and unsatisfied employees. But is it necessary to have both within an...

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New Year’s Resolutions: Why Not to Bother
Dec31

New Year’s Resolutions: Why Not to Bother

This year try something different on New Year’s Eve: don’t make any resolutions. Why not? Well, they’re a feel-good distraction from what we really need to be doing. New Year’s resolutions give us comfort but they don’t help us change. Maybe that’s harsh, but from where I’m standing it’s the truest thing I’ve ever written. You see if we need an arbitrary date to get us to lose the weight, learn the...

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How Leaders Get Their Employees to Engage at Work
Dec29

How Leaders Get Their Employees to Engage at Work

According to research, an article published in the New York Daily News states that nearly 70% of American employees are miserable and unhappy at work and unfortunately, the majority of Americans dislike or feel disengaged on the job. The disconnection between the organization and the employees is a wake-up call for leaders. Leaders are having a difficult time trying to find ways to increase engagement with today’s employees, a...

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