Written by: Charlotte Saulny Foosball tables and wellness programs may attract talent, but they won’t activate it. Whether you’re in Silicon Valley or Kansas City, you are living in a startup world now. Every year, the U.S. sees about 4,000 new start-ups, even though only 15 of those will generate 95% of the economic returns. Despite […]
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Check-in conversations between managers and direct reports are common sense. Don’t over-engineer them — just have them. Written by Amy Leschke-Kahle We’ve long known the power of conversation — especially positive conversation. As humans, we crave attention, and conversations are one of the primary attention vehicles. This is true throughout all aspects of our lives, […]
The problem in talent today is that we don’t focus on engagement where engagement lives: on teams and with team leaders. We’ve been so focused on managing talent that we have overlooked how to activate talent – which starts with where work is actually happening. The ADP Research Institute study Fixing the Talent Management Disconnect […]
Amy Leschke-Kahle, VP of Performance Acceleration at The Marcus Buckingham Company, discusses the myth of goals. Have you ever asked yourself why the goals we set last year somehow became virtually irrelevant by about March? Aren’t goals supposed to be impermeable in helping us align, get the right work done, and create a means for […]
Written By: Anuja Vaidya – Becker’s Hospital Review A myriad of employee engagement and retention issues are facing healthcare organizations today, including burnout and depression, labor issues as well as employee strikes. A recent Medscape report shows 42 percent of physician respondents reported being burnt out, with 14 percent of respondents saying they were experiencing […]