Talent Management

May 27, 2010

How to Train an Executive: Quick, Relevant Content and Meaningful Conversations

55 and Older Execs Don’t Like Training Reni: I read an article on The Economist titled: Executive education and the over-55s: Never too old to learn. The focus was about the trend that older executives are shunning corporate training. The reason? To put it bluntly: They are sick and tired of going and sitting in training. Why? Many assume they will not learn anything earth shattering, while others just don’t have the patience/time away from their job. Training has to be “worth it”. The article goes on to discuss what does work, one being sending executives to prestigious schools. They won’t go to internal executive training, but they will go to...

55 and Older Execs Don’t Like Training Reni: I read an article on The Economist titled: Executive education and the over-55s: Never...

Apr 26, 2010

Attributes of Effective Coaching: Coaching Appreciatively

Coaching is one of my favorite topics to research and discuss. That might surprise you since I’ve written the majority of my...

Coaching is one of my favorite topics to research and discuss. That might surprise you since I’ve written the majority of my...

Dec 3, 2009

Talent Intelligence

by Sherry Engel I recently read an article titled Talent Intelligence: Cut Through the Chaos. So much of this article resonated with...

by Sherry Engel I recently read an article titled Talent Intelligence: Cut Through the Chaos. So much of this article resonated with...