Great managers are typically experts in their fields with a strong performance history and an interest in being in charge. But to lead effectively they need to develop another skill, one that is often overlooked: talent management.
BY LEAPROS® Talent
When we think of innovation, we think of big ideas, sharp skills, thinking outside of the box and pursuing unique challenges. Even more often, we associate these events and habits as acts of great entrepreneurs or expert technologists, and not applicable within a defined position or previously chosen career path. But by limiting our thinking, we also limit our employees.
Leadership transitions for new CIOs can be fraught with challenges, such as the shift in the role of the CIO from technology operations manager to strategic business leader. Three key dimensions—time, talent, and relationships—can be crucial for a successful transition.
Career development and your company’s culture are so intertwined that it is difficult to mention one without the other. This article expresses a few questions that should be addressed when establishing an organizations career development culture.
This study finds that more than half of CHROs say a tolerance for working with uncertainty and change is the most important competency for their role…and that creating an agile workforce to meet evolving demands is the top talent challenge…followed by building a strong leadership pipeline.