Archive for Teambuilding

The Unskilled Of Today Are The Skilled Of Tomorrow

In the future, there will be skills required that are beyond our current understanding, and it will require certain characteristics and personalities that are in-built in people.

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I Am Not A Cheerleader- Well, Maybe I Am!

Isn’t that the real role of a coach? To teach and to let the learner try out the new skills. To encourage all along the way.

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4 Ways To Achieve Growth: Messy and Painful

Whenever things are going well, you’re not being stretched. It feels great in the moment to be in control and have things fall into place. In fact, it’s that state that most people strive for. The problem is that no one ever learns from doing everything well.

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HR Does Not Own Talent

HR does not own talent. HR only owns HR talent. Leaders need to understand that they own the care, feeding, incenting, and development of talent.

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Managing others is about…..YOU

You cannot change others, so don’t focus your time there.

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It Takes Top HR Talent to Recruit and Manage the Best Talent

How much better would your HR department function — in recruitment, relocation,
onboarding and retention — if more staff members were “experts”?

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What Is Your Talent Mindset? Pinstripe Talent Can Help You Focus

Knowing your core approach to talent can help you realize why you’re so good at certain things and what others value most about it. It affirms the way you typically approach things.

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Fostering Your Own Engagement Leads to Organizational Longevity

Engagement is not something the company can “do” to the employee, it is a set of behaviors an employee must embrace in order to make the connections that will be lasting.

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