Category Archives: Organizational Development

What’s Most Important in Hiring Talent

┬áThe vast majority of employers – 77 percent – believe that soft skills (less tangible skills associated with one’s personality, such as a positive attitude) are at least as important as hard skills (skills that are or can be learned … Continue reading

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Mentoring: Am I Wasting My Time?

We’ve had a few articles over the last few years addressing the need to establish a formal employee mentoring program inside our organizations. It makes total sense. However, a recent discussion with a group of managers uncovered an anti-mentoring attitude. … Continue reading

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Leadership Development

Spending on leadership development programs is expected to rise over the next 12 months, according to a survey conducted by The Conference Board and Right Management. The findings suggest an increased investment in talent initiatives at a time when so … Continue reading

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