Participate in our newest High-Impact People Performance survey now!

Take the new People Performance survey here! The nature of performance management is shifting. However, many organizations remain uncertain about how to develop a more continuous approach to performance management and effectively enable people performance in the new world of work. Participate in our High-Impact People Performance survey and help us uncover which performance management approaches […]

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Experiential Leadership Development

Effective leadership development has long moved beyond instructor-led, classroom-based education. Nowadays, leaders at all levels can learn through a blend of offerings including face-to-face interactions, learning platforms, immersive experiences and social connections[1]. Some organizations take the term “experiential leadership development” a step further. With the aim of exposing leaders and high-potential talent to a completely […]

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Help us uncover what drives Rewards impact. Participate in our first-ever High-Impact Rewards Survey now!

How do your Rewards programs help shape the employee experience? Is your Rewards function keeping up with the new world of work? Rewards offerings are among the most fundamental and effective levers that employers can apply to attract, engage, motivate, develop, and retain employees, and thereby drive desired business outcomes. Our definition of “total rewards” […]

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Potential Productivity Providers

Last month the New York Times wrote about some of the challenges economists are facing in explaining recent wage growth.[1] While traditionally tied to productivity, wage growth has outpaced productivity recently but is still relatively low by historical measures.[2] The writer concludes: “The real mystery isn’t why wage growth is so low, but why productivity […]

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Interview with an Air Force veteran reveals three big shifts in the U.S. military’s approach to leadership

This article is an excerpt from a series of interviews with a twenty-nine year Air Force veteran Mustafa “Kujo” Koprucu. He recently retired as a Colonel, after having commanded a flying squadron and a combat wing, and he also served two tours at the Pentagon. He has over 4000 hours flying Airborne Warning and Control System […]

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