Explore HCI's collection of curated webcasts, executive interviews and keynote videos on trending talent management topics.
If you ask any federal employee about the time period between considering a job listing and the moment they actually start doing productive work after accepting an offer, they usually describe it in one word: torture. The on-boarding forms, ...Read more
Recruitment programs focus on attracting the largest number of candidates, but what really matters is quality of hire. Find the people who will contribute the most to the business and be high-performers.
Government organizations today are confronted with a variety of workforce challenges, including changing requirements, shifting priorities, and increasing complexity of work. However, the government workforce cannot be quickly altered to adapt to ...Read more
The talent-pool approach to succession planning has emerged as a strategic best practice that establishes a larger number of employees for promotion — "bench strength" — who are more likely to stay loyal and whose skills are ...Read more
Interviews with mentors reveal that being a mentor has improved their leadership effectiveness. With all the focus on the mentee, the benefits to the mentor are often overlooked. As organizations focus more intensively on the impact of ...Read more
For many organizations across a variety of industries, it's widely acknowledged that the effective management of labor is one of the keys to financial and operational success. In healthcare, labor ranks as one of the highest single costs of ...Read more
Managers work hard to create a productive, safe, and happy workplace for their staff. Encouraging differences, whether those of opinion, working style or appearance, should be a priority for leaders with an eye on the bottom line, too.
Whether a company is going public, expanding into new markets or operating through a downturn, investors want to know the talent is in place to make it successful. The balanced conservative approach to investing in a mutual fund also applies to ...Read more
As consumers of information, we have become accustomed to, in fact we demand to, "see" behind doors that were once closed to us. We query our banking institutions about credit decisions, we surf the net for the latest scandal from ...Read more
If it sounds counter-intuitive, it is! Gender biases and stereotypes can be unconsciously embedded into the very talent management systems created to develop and promote the best and brightest. Even organizations with the most sophisticated TM ...Read more
Managers' demonstration of values impacts talent learning and performance. If behaviors are what is expected, values are the why. We know managers' values keep talent inspired to apply learning in job performance. Today's talent wants ...Read more
Leadership is a relationship between those who aspire to lead and those who choose to follow. It's the quality of this relationship that matters most when we're engaged in getting extraordinary things done. Strategies, tactics, skills, ...Read more
Businesses increasingly want decision-makers and leaders to reflect society's diversity. Yet boardrooms and executive suites remain largely homogeneous. Companies struggle with the retention and advancement of professionals of color. Research ...Read more
2008 has been a challenging year for the global economy. The bursting of the housing bubble in the United States and the related credit crunch, combined with increasing energy prices and a subsequent decline in spending, have many employers in ...Read more
Is your organization getting enough love from candidates? Have you considered your customers as potential job candidates? In a recruiting world ever obsessed with the "passive" candidate, many organizations often overlook a great source ...Read more
No matter how good and relevant the content is of any learning initiative, if people don't engage with it to follow-through and apply the learning, it can be seen as a failure. Who prepares individual learners and their managers to be ready ...Read more