Is there any logical grouping or hierarchical order to the factors that impact talent management? For example, gaps include: A) imprecise career paths, B) engagement, C) skills development, D) subjective performance assessments, etc. Are there rules about which is foundational and which is built on the foundation?
—More than Theory, training and development leader, telecommunications, Quebec
Inspiration often comes at the oddest moments and in the strangest of places.
We have some highly qualified candidates who we want to bring on as interns. How can we help them transition into our organization?
— We Might be Hiring
How do we evaluate whether coaching can be quantified with lowering our turnover and boosting our overall engagement?
—Metrics-minded OD specialist, hospitality, San Diego
Whether they punched a time clock or punched out an opponent in the boxing ring, scrub or stud, hero or goat, nuclear physicist or gravedigger, millions of Chicagoans make their city work.
In our recent employee opinion survey, staff in the finance department identified rewards, recognition and career advancement as their top three concerns. Which area should we focus on improving first?
— Priority Setter, Utilities, South Carolina