How will Artificial Intelligence impact the needed Knowledge, Skills, and Attributes to help drive successful careers? Let’s explore this together.
Authored by: Managing Partners Roger Pearman and Robert Eichinger How are High Potentials like stem cells? At a basic level, stem cells are experts in differentation which is a practice need to identify, develop and appropriately deploy our high potential talent. Let’s start by aligning our mindsets on stem cells first. Adult and fetal Stem
Is the customer always right in Talent Managment? Most of the time, yet sometimes not. Current trends are giving us one of those “not” times.
Every year organizations engage in talent management processes that are intended to help them make better talent decisions. What is missing?
The Talent Bench. Do we have enough to fill openings? How good are they? Are they equal to or better than those they will replace? Explore these questions…
Mitigating bias during the identification of high potentials is key, given the value and importance of our DE&I goals.
To Tell…Or Not To Tell…Should you tell employees how they were designated in the annual talent review? Explore this age old question.
How can organization’s accelerate and scale their desire to develop future leaders? Consider these elements in your corporate university strategy!
Succession planning is playing Fantasy C-Suite. The players work to assemble the best collective team possible to win the economic game.
Authored by: Managing Partners Roger Pearman and Robert Eichinger We all find ourselves in another War for Talent. Most surveys report Top Executives are worried about having enough talent on the bench to fill near and long-term openings. Thousands of organizations periodically (mostly annually) have some form of talent review during which they attempt to