Category Archives: Talent Management

Leadership Development Carnival – January 2014

Welcome to the January 6, 2014 edition of the Leadership Development Carnival! One of the best ways to improve as a leader is to reflect upon your past experiences, catalog the lessons learned, and apply that information to your future … Continue reading

Posted in Career Growth, Coaching, Communication, Culture, Engagement, Ethics, Leadership, Leadership Development Carnival, Management, Performance Management, Servant Leadership, Success, Talent Management | 14 Comments

Five Benefits of Losing Your Star Players

My team is undergoing a tremendous amount of change as several of our long-term, star players are moving on to other opportunities both in and outside the organization. For several years the composition of my team has remained relatively stable … Continue reading

Posted in Change, Leadership, Management, Talent Management | 8 Comments

Build Trust Today or Lose Talent Tomorrow – 3 Tips to Keep Your Top People

If you ask organizational leaders to name their top five challenges, there’s a good chance that retaining key talent will be on the list. Every person and role in your organization is important, but there are mission critical jobs and … Continue reading

Posted in Engagement, Leadership, Management, Motivation, Talent Management, Trust | 23 Comments

Discover Hidden Talent – How Many Jeremy Lin’s Are Sitting on Your Bench?

The sudden rise to stardom of New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has taken the sports world by storm over the last two weeks. Seemingly from out of nowhere, Lin has gone from a no-name bench-warmer to the darling … Continue reading

Posted in Ability, Career Growth, Coaching, Leadership, Sports, Success, Talent Management | 2 Comments