The more savvy you are about curating assessments that solve the right problems the right ways, the more likely you are to win the long-term talent game.
In fact, our team is observing that “people strategy” is becoming the No. 1 agenda item at executive-planning retreats across industry and geography.
After the talent displacement of 2020, we’re beginning to see unemployment numbers drop again. Predictably, a boom will stimulate even more demand for top talent as businesses reopen, capacity swells and seasons change.
Our attention goes (like currency does) to what we deem worthwhile. Attention is, in essence, what matters to us.
We’ve made it across the threshold of 2021, and the hindsight of 2020 is revealed. How do you feel? A few of you had your best year yet, while many others among us still have a steep climb out of the depths of 2020. A Bain & Co. study recently revealed companies that were already […]
Neuroscience and new brain research reveals how critical the recognition of emotion can be to your success or failure—either driving trust and connection or leading to depletion and plummeting productivity.
Psychologists agree: Humans detest uncertainty. We’ll go to great lengths to avoid it—even choosing a known bad outcome over an unknown but possibly good one.
Culture, we all know, eats strategy for breakfast. And yet, leaders often focus on the tangible, more measurable elements of their strategy they can comfortably see better—ignoring the softer, less visible aspects that make organizations truly healthy.
This large displacement of human capital has left some of the best and brightest talent in search of their next trail to blaze.
We get focused on making sure the big, complicated tough stuff is intact, only to miss the basic thing. The first thing. The most fundamental thing.