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February 2017

  • Your Leadership Mission Should Fit on a T-Shirt!
    February 21 | Thinkers50 Video Blog

    Peter Drucker instilled this short phrase in Marshall Goldsmith, “Your mission should fit on a t-shirt,” as he did with so many others, and it has guided his career for many decades. It has helped him focus and become pretty good at what he does, which can be described in two words: behavioral coaching.


  • Big Data and the Law: New Tools but a Better Workplace?
    February 16 | Workforce Magazine

    Big data analytics promises to save companies millions of dollars by streamlining employment decisions and preserving workforces. But is there risk in relying too heavily on automated workforce decisions?


  • Is Court Ruling on Overtime Regs the Last Word?
    February 16 | CFO

    The Labor Department issued new rules last May that doubled the salary threshold under which workers were eligible for overtime pay. Businesses have largely cheered the ruling, because in most cases the new regulations would have inflated labor costs. But it does present some thorny issues.


  • Lectures Don’t Work: Why Accelerated Learning Is the Answer
    February 16 | The Watercooler

    Some might think Accelerated Learning is the act of acquiring a lot of information in a short time period. But that’s not it at all. Accelerated Learning is a methodology that focuses on more effectively using the brain. And it works.


  • The Emotional Intelligence Deficit – How It Stifles Careers
    February 16 | Knowledge@Wharton

    Many professionals have been plugging away at their careers for years with only moderate success. Despite being good at what they do, they haven’t been able to achieve their desired level of income or career advancement. Why? Perhaps they lack the right soft skills.


  • The Present of HR
    February 16 | IHRIM Workforce Solutions

    The HR technology industry continues to develop amazing new tools and techniques. In the past several years, new ideas blossomed as the direct result of massive investment in new companies. Here are a few of the capabilities you might not have noticed.


  • You're Only as Good as Your Team!
    February 13 | Thinkers50 Video Blog

    There is a big difference between achievers and leaders. For the great achiever, the focus is all about “me” and reaching individual goals. For f the greatest leaders, leadership is all about “them” and their success. “The best leader, the people do not notice. When the best leader’s work is done, the people say, ‘We did it ourselves.’”


January 2017

  • 5 Ways to Be a Better Hiring Manager
    January 23 | ATD

    Most hiring managers dread having to fill a position or try to find new talent to grow their team. It can be time-consuming, frustrating, and costly. However, if you have a strategy in place before you need to hire somebody and invest your time and energy in the right way, it can be easy, fast, and free!


  • A Perspective on Leadership Readiness
    January 23 | DDI

    The pressure is mounting on HR leaders and their teams to do more with less, demonstrate ROI, and keep pace with a rapidly changing business landscape. Now, it is more critical than ever for them to plan and execute leadership programs and initiatives that have a positive impact on their organization and its leaders.


  • Digital HR:The Business of Bytes
    January 23 | IHRIM Workforce Solutions

    Just by virtue of the function’s name, Human Resources, at its heart, will always be a peoplefocused discipline. Still, the business of managing people is fast-becoming the business of managing bytes. So what does this mean for HR?