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Too Many Soloists; Not Enough Music

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Kevin Oakes

The term talent management is such an enigma. In an industry that consistently reinvents its vocabulary, never before has a human resources term garnered so much attention and yet been so misunderstood and overly hyped. And by some, overly scorned. Ironically, given the... More »

Conversations With Mentoring Leaders

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Randy Emelo

One of the tough challenges for companies today is finding systemic ways to tap into the vast pools of knowledge that exist in their organizations, and then creating effective ways for that knowledge to be shared among employees. The breadth and depth of knowledge avail... More »

Bridging the Skills Gap: New Factors Compound the Growing Skills Shortage

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Pat Galagan

"Bridging the Skills Gap" is the third report from ASTD to cover the growing importance of talent to organizational performance and the skills gap that threatens so many organizations today. This report updates the picture, including the role of job losses during the cu... More »

When to Lead? When to Manage?

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Leadership - so desired, yet so misunderstood. The confusion is due to its juxtaposition, commingling, and blurring with managership. Managers simply don't know where one stops and the other begins. Thus, managers continue to misjudge the distinction between the needs o... More »

Navigating the Transition to Supervisor

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Marjorie Derven

The initial experiences of first-level supervisors can have a major effect on career progression. Many leaders consider such early job challenges to be pivotal in terms of learning how to be more sensitive to others and leading by persuasion. The need for a positive tra... More »