“Talents” is one of those buzzwords that gets thrown around in the HR world, but if you ask anyone to define it, you won’t get the same answer twice.
Plum's CEO Caitlin MacGregor originally published this blog to SAP's Digitalist Online Magazine.
Key to her success as an actress, producer, and director, says Amy Poehler, is one hard and fast hiring rule: Don't hire or promote talented jerks.
In the future of work, talent management teams will need to get their hands on predictive data to make the best talent decisions.
Since we live and work in an increasingly global marketplace, talent professionals are facing a new challenge – discovering a universal method to hire, promote, and develop talent from different countries and different cultures.
These days, many organizations dismiss competency models as outdated, static, and unable to scale. The truth is, these misconceptions often deter organizations from benefiting from the predictability and scalability that competency models can provide (when used correctly, that is).
Engaging high-potential employees (HIPOs) is critical to business success. After all, between 50 and 70 percent of organizations feel they are impacted by a shortage of qualified leaders.