When it comes to building great talent, smaller companies often believe they have to imitate larger companies’ talent practices to be successful – complexity, bureaucracy and all. The good news is that the science-based, talent-building fundamentals we describe in One Page Talent Management work incredibly well in smaller companies too!
Brilliant performance management doesn’t just get the basics right, it ensures that bias doesn’t undercut potentially great results! You can help crush bias by recognizing where it lurks in performance management and how to fix it.
Marc Effron shares his insights from the Harvard Business Review Publishing best-selling book One Page Talent Management. Hear the co-author of the “talent management bible” share his observations and advice on how to implement OPTM in your organization. Download a PDF of the OPTM Webinar.
Marc Effron shares three powerful areas where your organization should focus in 2021. He provides specific and practical advice about how to build your company’s capabilities, increase performance and make yourself an even more effective leader. Watch this powerful webinar with your team to plan for 2021. …
How can you accurately predict potential? Hear leading practitioner and academic Allan Church and leading talent voice Marc Effron as they present and discuss what we know (and don’t) on the topic.
Our 2019 Global HR Census finds that a curious dichotomy describes those in the HR field. HR leaders show up as highly committed and engaged. Many are willing to sacrifice to achieve their career goals. They care deeply about developing people and they possess broad and deep experience in the function.
After studying the personality traits of 1,000+ HR leaders globally, the personality experts at Hogan Assessments know the secrets to who’s in HR and why. Join Hogan’s Chief Science Officer Dr. Ryne Sherman as he shares the surprising facts behind their ground-breaking research.
How is your organization driving business impact for Talent Management? This new report uncovers the surprisingly long journey of Talent Management to 74% near-peak adoption in 2017, reflects on the state of Talent Management today, and outlines how Talent Management is positioned to add value to the organization unlike ever before.