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Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp): Standards for the Reporting and Management of Human Capital

Dave Vance

This webinar, led by Dave Vance, Executive Director of the nonprofit Center for Talent Reporting, will introduce the TDRp framework and discuss how it can help you plan, measure, and manage to deliver business impact using a standard, yet flexible, approach. Examples wi... More »

Cloud as Coach: How Cloud Technology Can Reverse the Widening Talent Gap

Alan Dowzall

Buying behaviors have changed; more information is available, budgets are tighter, and a consensus-based decision making process is now the norm. Yet even in this challenging environment, high performers continue to excel, while core performers struggle to meet expectat... More »

Mentoring Partnerships: An Intergenerational Strategy

Annabelle Reitman

This session introduces a unique contemporary mentoring strategy that provides a two-way, mutually beneficial learning experience addressing these intergenerational challenges. The resulting outcomes are to retain and expand working relationships among the generations f... More »

Organizational Conflict: Get Used to It and Use It

Robert Tanner

Organizational conflict can be debilitating to a manager and negatively harm organizational productivity and employee engagement. Organizational conflict does not have to be dysfunctional—you can leverage it positively with the right strategies. More »

Five Conversations You Need to Have With Your Employees

Kim Seeling Smith

Most employee engagement issues can be solved through better communication between managers and staff. Yet many managers don’t know when to talk, what to talk about or even how to do it right. More »