Talent Strategy Articles
Over the past couple of months, our conversations with leaders of top organizations have revealed a growing dark cloud on the near horizon. Many organizations are beginning to harbor serious concerns about the well-being, engagement, and productivity of their workforce over the next several months. (Third in a series of three articles.)Read Article
Any time employees are absent from their jobs and/or workplaces, there can often be a steep learning curve to get back to prior levels of knowledge, connectivity, and productivity. Based on our leadership research and client input, we believe there are six key components to a successful reboarding process. Learn more here. (Second in a series of three articles.)Read Article
Done properly, reboarding is an ideal opportunity to help reinvigorate your employees, make them feel passionate about working for your organization, and quickly return them to prior levels of productivity. Our new article, “What is Reboarding? Returning Employees the Right Way,” by Jim Laughlin and Natalie Grund, presents the concept of reboarding and how there is a right way to re-welcome your teams. (First in a series of three articles.)Read Article
This article is based on a presentation delivered at the Human Resources Leadership Forum on February 6, 2020. It was written the following week, before COVID-19 accelerated into a global crisis. We are now in the midst of the fifth pandemic in 20 years, and the most far-reaching. There were just three pandemics in the prior 100 years. While organizations must understandably act as “first responders” and address the acute effects of the present crisis, it is imperative that they turn as quickly as possible to developing the capabilities for a future world of work marked by disruptions.Read Article
With companies facing a record pace of leader retirements and talent shortages, they need sophisticated assessment-driven strategies to identify top talent and accelerate leader development. Learn how Ecolab and Cardiovascular Systems, Inc. are leveraging assessment to accomplish their ambitious business goals.Read Article
Becoming a future-fit organization doesn’t happen overnight, however. It takes a dedicated talent strategy to develop future-fit leaders capable of creating and sustaining long-lasting, positive business results.Read Article
As companies of all types and sizes are battered by the waves of changing technology, customer demands, and threats from potential disruptors, how can executives successfully transform their organizations? Organizational transformation can be daunting, but readily attainable, through strong leadership and solid change management practices, according to a panel of highly respected CEOs. Learn their seven organizational and personal success factors here.Read Article
There are five leading-edge workplace trends that are driving explosive changes in the ways we connect, work, learn, and lead. Jim Laughlin presents MDA’s speculative Future Fit Leader model that leverages these trends along with futurist’s forecasts, research reports, and competency-based analysis, plus dialogue and insights from MDA’s leadership development experts and executive coaches.Read Article
Like great works of art, the best presentations challenge our perspectives and belief systems, create a healthy level of discomfort, push us to imagine bold alternatives, and enable us to see familiar things in fresh ways.Read Article
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