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Why Leaders Must Teach Career Competence

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In the era of The Great Resignation, HR and learning professionals must amplify their voice. Organizations must build career competence to improve the quality of their employees’ career choices.

The Power of Defining Success

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Creating a definition of success is a creative act of leadership — just like painting or writing. Everyone has the freedom to decide what success and happiness means to them.

The 3 Phases of Growth in Talent Retention

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Growing your people is accomplished in three distinct phases mapped on an S Curve of Learning that provides a common language for managers and employees to talk about career aspirations and progress.

How to Interrupt Bias in Hiring Interviews

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Once managers are more aware of what biases to look for, they can improve their interview process. This will not only help interrupt bias, but it will make managers better at selecting the best candidates.
As leaders deal with navigating a continuous global health concern — architecting work policies and managing employee well-being — they must also think about the needs of their employees, especially as it relates to career development.

3 Ways to Energize Your Team

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As organizations enter a new world of work, their employees are dealing with many changes. From restructured teams to updated office protocols to the advent of hybrid work, there’s more to keep track of now than ever before.