Today businesses face a myriad of challenges, both externally and internally. Overcoming these challenges can be the difference between success and failure. Many external issues are beyond an organization’s direct control…natural disasters, global economic turmoil, etc. Internal challenges, however, can present a company with significant opportunities to stimulate and energize the organization.
Internally, organizations face executives retiring in record numbers and many middle-management positions disappearing due to belt-tightening measures. Fierce … Read More >
There is no greater issue facing organizations today and in the coming years than retention of top talent. Although critical to organizational success, few are taking the steps necessary to ensure they are developing and retaining the talent it will take to achieve their desired business results. Those who are prepared will not only survive but will thrive in this upcoming talent tsunami.
According to a recent study by the Corporate Leadership Council of the Corporate Executive Board, more than 25% of high potential employees plan to change jobs within the next 1… Read More >
Executive Summary Mitigating risk, especially during reductions in the workforce, is a crucial consideration to the success of every organization. Yet, despite its importance, some organizations continue to leave themselves vulnerable especially in the selection, communication and re-engagement processes. To provide insight into the importance of mitigating such risks, Career Partners International, one of the largest talent management consultancies in the world, facilitated a webinar entitled The Risky Business of Layoffs - Lawsuits, Tarnished Brands & Less than Engaged Employees. The panel of experts included Scott Baken, Attorney with Jackson Lewis, LLC, addressing legal and financial considerations; Nick Kalm, President of Reputation Partners, discussing communication and brand management; and John Daugherty, Managing Partner, Career Partners International – Kansas City/Overland Park, discussing notifications, the care of departing employees and re-engagement of remaining employees. This document provides an overview of the webinar with aggregate results of several surveys conducted during the session.… Read More >
William D. Young, Ed.D. SPHR
Career Partners International – Tulsa
Historically, Executive Coaching was provided only to the most senior executives (hence the name) and was considered to be a highly confidential matter. With the current emphasis on talent management, coaching, as it is more broadly known, has become one of the primary tools that organizations use to optimize organizational performance.
Broadly defined, Executive Coaching is a process that facilitates the development of self-awareness, skill building and behavioral change in key business ar… Read More >
Sheryl Dawson, Career Partners International - Houston
Does your organization view outplacement as an unnecessary cost? If so, it's time to re-arm yourself for the talent war by redefining your talent transition process before your competitors win the battle for top talent.
The talent supply-and-demand equation has changed the way companies view the talent life cycle and talent management process from sourcing to transitioning employees. It is also transforming the way companies treat departing employees. Gone are the day… Read More >
Career Partners International – San Franciso Bay Area / Torchiana Mastrov & Sapiro
Organizations are caught in a dilemma. The recent global economic meltdown has required many companies to cut back drastically and tighten belts wherever possible – including cutting their commitment and resources dedicated to leadership development. At the same time, a majority of CEOs across industries and geographies view maximizing the productivity of their current leaders and developing the next generation of leaders as mission critical. A 2008 A… Read More >