Articles by Calvin Coffee
Small automations for big time savings
By automating daily tasks, the talent management team at StepStone Group makes more room for growth and engagement.
Elevating people, amplifying success
As chief people officer at UScellular, Kevin Lowell powers his team through care, career development and community.
Talent Management’s most-watched webinars of 2023
Here are the 5 most-watched webinars of 2023.
Craft mastery: Creating an engineering talent factory at ANZ Bank
ANZ Bank is launching an innovative internal pathways program to retain top talent among its 3,000+ engineers.
Navigating tech talent: Managing layoffs and rebuilding culture
Effective talent management before, during and after layoffs is vital to an organization’s ongoing health.
HR analytics can prevent burnout, stress and turnover
MeQ is helping companies like Paychex fight burnout with science.
Uma Rao is working to heal the planet at Granules India Ltd.
Rao’s success in talent management is driven by her deep understanding of business strategy and ability to align talent management initiatives with organizational objectives.
Video: Using data to remove biases in the remote workplace
Gabriela Mauch, VP of the Productivity Lab at ActivTrak, says talent leaders must use data to combat biases in the virtual workplace.
Video: Reimagining workplace well-being and spirituality
Jessica Grossmeier provides leaders with evidence-based practices that foster workplace well-being and a thriving workforce.
Quiet quitting isn’t quite what you think
Talent leaders must take actions to re-engage workers in the increasingly disconnected world of work.
Fostering organizational excellence at World Vision Canada
World Vision Canada’s chief people officer, Christina Augustine, uses a data-driven, agile approach to help her people create lasting change for those who need it most.
Podcast: Talent Management dives into the Metaverse
Join Talent Management's associate editor, Calvin Coffee, for an exploration of the Metaverse at work and VR's applications among leading businesses.
Learning for the future at Dell
Dell’s vice president of global talent development, Ramona Arora, uses her future-ready, people-first approach to drive success for all levels of leaders and talent.
Catalyzing change management at Akamai
Akamai’s FlexBase program and a MindGym-supported change catalyst network are providing employees with the flexibility and support they need for the future of work.
Global perspectives create better leaders
Success on global teams requires agile talent leaders committed to their people.