The Oscars are approaching, which once was a stellar event purported to choose the "best" actor, film, direction, and so on. (How could a film win, but not the film's director?) The show had huge ratings. Today, it's completely self-absorbed. "Stars"
A New Model of Talent Assessment By Linda Henman, Ph.D. One of the most critical responsibilities of senior leaders involves assessing talent—something they’ve never been trained to do. Of all the leadership and managerial duties they’ll face, however, this is probably the
I'm going through my garage to see if I can find any classified documents. It seems these items aren't really placed in garages, but they grow there like some kind of wild vine or fungus. Frankly, I'm hoping mine are
Marketing effectiveness for reach economic buyers in large organizations and/or business owners: LinkedIn: 10 Twitter: 7 Facebook: 4 That's on a 100-point scale. The way to reach buyers is through referrals, speaking at events they attend, publishing in publications they read, hosting events on relevant
The Times reported this weekend that union particpation in the US is at an all-time low of 10 percent of employees—and a great deal of that is among higher unionization in the public sector, such as the post office, air traffic control, and