Category Archives: Talent Management

Small But Smart: Attracting the Top Talent If You’re a Small Business

November 5, 2014   

Talent management can seem like a term reserved for big corporations, but nothing can be farther from the truth. Small businesses stand to have just as much, if not more to gain from a strong talent management strategy, particularly when it comes to attracting the best employees. So how do you compete with the big […]

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Core Concepts: Building Your Brand From The Inside

October 31, 2014   

We recently talked about two companies—Clif Bar and Zappos. Both have unique talent management strategies that are gaining them a lot of attention and a lot of praise from many. At the core of their talent management framework? Strong internal branding. Companies Who Start Their Branding From Within At both Clif Bar and Zappos, the […]

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Clif Bar’s Innovative Talent Management Strategy Earns Attention

October 31, 2014   

Clif Bar is a company producing health-related foods—primarily natural and organic foods aimed at athletes, nature lovers and people on-the-go. Along with providing what they bill as nourishing foods for an active lifestyle, Clif Bar & Company also prides itself for its holistic business goals. This is a family-owned and operated business and they base […]

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Mistakes That Can Derail Performance Appraisals

October 23, 2014   

The performance appraisal – completely misunderstood by many managers and employers, potentially dreaded by employees, and wholly undervalued for the benefits it can provide. The performance appraisal all too often becomes one of those obligatory tasks completed once a year as nothing much more than an afterthought. But have you ever considered the value you […]

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Microsoft CEO’s Comments About Female Employees Raise Eyebrows

October 23, 2014   

We’ve discussed women in the workforce quite a bit recently, and oftentimes our talent management posts align more closely with the headlines than we even initially realize. One example of this came earlier this month as the Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, made some comments about females in his organization caused a stir, to say the […]

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Navigating the Rapidly Expanding Talent Management Software Landscape

October 17, 2014   

Gone are the days where your talent management strategy depended on having some information stored away in a filing cabinet in the far reaches of an HR department. Talent management has gone high-tech and it’s done so in a big way. According to research by Bersin by Deloitte, the talent management software market grew by […]

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Retention Secret #5: Creating a Carrot Culture

October 15, 2014   

We know the depressingly low percentage of employees that are truly engaged in their work. We also know that this lack of engagement results in costly turnover. That turnover drains as much as $5 trillion out of the US economy each year, making it one of the biggest costs in the American business world. A […]

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The How To’s of Hiring and Managing Interns

October 15, 2014   

Maybe you’ve been convinced of the value of hiring interns. Perhaps it was because of our previous post, or maybe it was something you already realized. The question then becomes, how do you hire and manage interns in a way that’s going to benefit everyone? Hiring and managing interns is a unique proposition, and it’s […]

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Creating an Internship Program That Creates Value for Your Organization

October 15, 2014   

Interns. The first thing this term probably brings to mind is having someone to grab you a cup of coffee or file paperwork. You probably don’t think of internship programs as having a tremendous amount of value to add to your organization, but that fault may lie less on your interns and more on your […]

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Manager or Leader: Where Do You Fall?

October 9, 2014   

The terms “manager” and “leader” often go hand-in-hand, but the reality is, in many ways these two terms couldn’t be more different from one another. Yes, both terms refer to someone who’s in charge of employees or an organization in some capacity, but that’s where the similarities often end. This doesn’t mean that one is […]

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