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Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Fri, 03/30/2018
Mason Stevenson
In its latest report, The Transformation of Talent Management, the HR Exchange Network conducted a survey asking the HR community about current and emerging trends. HREN editor Mason Stevenson provided analysis of the results during the Chief Talent Officer Exchange in Orlando, Florida. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Wed, 03/28/2018
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Creating an innovative workplace culture is riddled with challenges. When taking on the project transforming your company’s workplace culture into that of an innovative culture, the first challenge is making innovation a strategic imperative and a core competency. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Tue, 03/27/2018
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The following is the presentation made by HR Exchange Network editor Mason Stevenson at the Chief Talent Officer Exchange. It was held in Orlando, FL on March 18-20, 2018. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Mon, 03/19/2018
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The HR Exchange Network Executive Report will identify what solutions are being invested in, what the gaps are and how Talent Professionals can adjust to the customer-centric thinking and build a cohesive strategy that will align with the company needs. We'll present data and buying priorities from CTOs from F1000 companies and survey our audience to find out how companies are using technology to attract, hire, develop and engage employees. Full Content »
Contributor: Jack Bucalo
Posted: Mon, 03/12/2018
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If you examine the management and leadership responsibilities of upper-middle and upper management executives (typically, $300K cash compensation per annum and higher) in any company and compare them to the same responsibilities of lower and lower-middle managers, you find that they are far more complex and influential to a company's success Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Tue, 03/06/2018
Professional Development for a Business Team in a Company
HR professionals are always looking for the best talent. That includes looking inside and outside the company. In the case of Cox Communications, the essential worker classified as a high potential employee, or HiPo for short. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Tue, 02/20/2018
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In the past, performance management has been about appraisals and reviews, but that is changing. Full Content »
Contributor: Jack Bucalo
Posted: Tue, 02/20/2018
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The results of a recent joint project conducted by the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Miles Group, who polled over 200 North American CEOs, board directors and senior management executives, found that over two-thirds of the CEOs and half of the senior executives were not receiving coaching services, even though they considered it a useful developmental practice. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 01/25/2018
Businesswoman choosing different career paths in business on blue
United Way Worldwide VP of Talent Management Irena Djordjevic-Behery discusses the role of HR in career pathing. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Thu, 12/07/2017
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For HR professionals, it is becoming common to not only focus on a local workforce, but also a global one. Full Content »
Contributor: Mason Stevenson
Posted: Tue, 12/05/2017
How to Effectively Change Performance Management Cover
Change comes down to people. Adopting even the most well-designed performance management model requires people to understand the benefits, care about the change, and get engaged. Full Content »
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