All posts tagged talent

Lifelong learning

The most effective way to deal with change and profit from it, says Annabel Short, is to accept it and embrace the need for lifelong learning You might not like […]

Vol.06 Issue 01 – ’12: Workplace Learning


Towards a marketplace approach to managing talent

To be successful, organisations and individuals need to transform jointly from a stable to an agile world. Agile organisational structures will be fuelled by agile talent, embracing and thriving in […]

How terrorism challenges the way we lead

Jeneva Patterson describes how a close brush with a terrorist attack threw light on her professional work in helping develop leadership March 22, 2016 8:43 am. Day Two of the […]

What keeps you awake at night?

The question of whether talent management is working would be high on a list for many CEOs and corporate leaders. Martin Moehrle analyses the present state of talent management “Talent management” consistently […]

ePortfolios: what employers think

Kim Watty and Jade McKay explain the benefits – for both employers and business graduates – of ePortfolios, and what empolyers think of them  Graduate employers are seeking the best and brightest students […]

The Future of Work?

How can we tackle the current youth labour market crisis – where millions are unemployed at the same time as employers seek desperately to fill vacancies? Peter Vogel has some […]

Success & the City

Ivan Bofarull looks at the role of cities in attracting and developing scarce human talent In a world where connectivity and complexity are the rule, the definition of risk is […]

An engaging place to work

This special Global Focus supplement spotlights the growing importance of employee engagement. Siegfried Hoenle and Simon Stoepfgeshoff analyse the key issues involved. When do we do our best work? When […]

Why should anyone work here?

Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones seek to provide an answer. The issue of employee engagement – broadly conceived – has been the focus of attention for many of those whose […]

Employee engagement: the role of HR

Employee engagement has become a sacred cow of HR, one of the things it does to help the business. The danger is, says Nick Holley, that in many organisations it […]

The power of positive leadership

Whether directly through personal interaction or indirectly through their decisions, leaders shape the quality of a workplace. Siegfried Hoenle describes how leaders can act to boost employee engagement. Considering research […]

New ways to run engagement surveys

Andrew Marritt describes the growing use of innovative technology to measure employee engagement. “A new market has emerged: Employee feedback apps for the corporate marketplace. These tools are powerful and […]

The Past Is Not The Future

Business schools – and the businesses they serve – need to discover a “second curve” if they are to survive and prosper. By Charles Handy When I last spoke to […]

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