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Five Fallacies about the Role of Learning Content in Talent Management

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John Ambrose

A number of misconceptions exist about the role of learning content in talent management. Belief in these misconceptions can thwart organizations from realizing the power of learning to transform how they operate. The Skillsoft whitepaper “Five Fallacies about the... More »

Ensuring a Successful Leadership Strategy

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There are several variables that make a leadership strategy successful. More »

New Rules of Performance Management: Enhancing Your Company's DNA

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Rose Hanson

More than 50 years of research has attempted to improve performance management (PM) systems by changing every element of the process: what’s rated, who makes ratings, how often feedback is given, what documentation is required, and what rating scale is used. ... More »

Performance Improvement Without Assessments

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William Seidman

Assessments and competencies are core elements of most training programs, but recent neuroscience research suggests that these elements may be detrimental to the improvement of organizational performance. New “affirmative” models of learning that use “... More »

Morality Play

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Rick Lash

Moral leaders are good for business and society. There are three steps that companies can take to develop moral leadership among their own executives. More »