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Selecting Top Talent at Procter & Gamble

Can you imagine getting over a million applications a year? Could you trust that your selection system wouldn’t rule out someone really good? With incredibly high volume and limited open positions, P&G relies on a very efficient selection process to quickly identify top candidates and make sure their recruiters and hiring managers’ valuable time is only spent on the most promising contenders.

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Industry Knowledge on Executive Coaching

Gwyneth Meeks, Vice President, Organizational Effectiveness at Viacom discusses the challenges she faced in effectivly utilizing executive coaching as a leadership developing tool and how it can help leaders deal with change in an ...

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Dynamic Leadership Development

Kevin Edmonds, Director of Training and Development at The Kroger Co., discusses the leadership development model for district managers at Kroger.  Kevin explains how the course is designed to instill a passion for results AND people in ...

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The Importance of Middle Management

Kevin Edmonds, Director of Training and Development at The Kroger Co., discusses how, when middle managers were faced with expanded responsibilities, a new leadership coaching program was developed and rolled out to encourage the behaviors and ...

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All Aboard! Onboarding for Success: A vital 90 day transition

December 7, 2011 | Dawn Kohler

The cost of replacing employees and the need to assimilate them quickly into the workforce has brought new attention to the subject of onboarding.  In this vital time of transition the new hire will determine their level of engagement, commitment and contribution to the company.

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Holistic Workforce Analytics – The Cornerstone of Talent Strategy

December 6, 2011 | Neal Patel

Who is doing the work in organizations? Full-time employees? Part-time? Contingent workers? Very few organizations have a holistic view of the workforce and are missing opportunities to execute business strategy more effectively.

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The Great Workplace: Building Trust and Inspiring Performance

September 28, 2011 | Michael Burchell, Ed.D., Jennifer Robin, Ph.D.

Each year the Great Place to Work® Institute, Inc. selects the best companies to work for in over 45 countries around the world. Recently, the Institute published a new book entitled The Great Workplace:  How to Build It, How to Keep It and Why It Matters, as well as a companion training program.  This latest research provides a clear framework for creating a great workplace, anecdotes, stories and best practices. 

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Planning for a Radically Different Workforce

September 6, 2011 | John Sullivan, Master Burnett

There is a disconnect between the talent management systems of the past and the workforce demands of the future. The workforce fueling the modern enterprise
is radically different today than it was just 20 years ago and in 20 more years it ...

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Actionable Analytics to Determine Critical Workforce Roles

September 6, 2011 | Daniel Hanyzewski

Optimal workforce performance is dependent upon a strategic and streamlined approach to identifying and deploying critical talent. While assessing and designing the makeup of a given workforce in today’s tumultuous economy, it is ...

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Building a Pro-Change Company: Lessons from the Vanguard

September 6, 2011 | Gary Hamel

Today, organizations are challenged to change at an unprecedented pace. All too often, deep strategic change happens belatedly and convulsively--behind the curve rather than in front of it. The goal is an organization that is able to change as ...

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