11 talent management lessons for 2023
2021 and 2022 brought a great deal of change and growth within talent management. What HR lessons are you bringing into 2023 to keep up with the pace of change in talent management?
The case for continued remote work into the future
Empowering employees to choose where and when they work can be one of the biggest drivers of a better experience at work, and a key component in retention strategies.
Why CHROs need data from L&D managers
A CHRO’s effectiveness in workforce development is critical to a brand’s success and talent management is infinitely more effective when it is informed by data.
Feedback: The workplace equivalent of forcing your kids to eat vegetables
Feedback should be presented in a way that brings out the best of the situation and makes it more consumable for employees.
Embedding coaching as a critical talent development skill
To fill the skills gap, embrace a new approach to middle and senior-level leadership development – one that provides all levels of management with the ability to define goals, accept responsibility, create and implement viable plans for the desired outcomes, in real time and on the job.
Improving remote team effectiveness and preventing quiet quitting with ‘user manuals’
Instead of guessing about people’s work habits, communication styles, idiosyncrasies and quirks, get it out in the open through personal user manuals.
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.
Building change leadership from the ground up
As change accelerates and disruption abounds, leaders across all organizational levels need support to adapt faster, better and stronger. Here are key areas of focus when building change leadership.
Discover the statue: The Michelangelo approach to leading change
Make it easy for employees to serve the enterprise purpose and vision by getting rid of the programs, steps and obstacles in the way of doing so. Less is more, quite literally.
The key to retaining hybrid workers? Address work friction
With more organizations returning to the workplace and adopting a hybrid work model, HR leaders must address work friction to attract and retain talent.
Bridge the digital divide with technology and training to fill the U.S. skills gap
Digital divides reflect and exacerbate existing racial, gender and class disparities. With the combined power of federal funding, state implementation and corporate investments, we can correct those inequities and enable more of us to thrive in work and life.
Building a world-class workforce during the pandemic
Despite the unusual circumstances, there is an opportunity to identify talented candidates and successfully integrate them into your corporation’s culture.