This article was originally published in HR Daily Advisor. For months, business executives have been strategizing ways to convince employees to return to the office. Thwarted by the “Great Resignation” every step of the way, many organizations, including Wall Street...
Leadership & High-Performing Executive Teams
It was easy to assume talent was a differential. Still, newly graduated Green Berets were all held to the same standards for training, and I was responsible for initial assignments and was careful not to “stack” teams. I was cautious to ensure every team had senior members with similar experiences and tenure. So, if it wasn’t talent, experience, equipment, or training, what intangible element did some teams have that others did not?
Talent War Group assists companies with finding the most suitable executives with the right character attributes to drive their mission to success.
By: Chris Marren
Are you an employer of choice?
You either are, or you are not, there is no in-between.
In asking yourself this fundamental business question you might further add, ‘we want to attract and retain top talent’.
By: Tom Lokar
You’ll hear me say this a lot. The Soul of a company is its people—the beating hearts who come to work every day to give a small piece of themselves to your cause. (And, yes, it’s a proper noun—because it’s that important.) As leaders, we owe it to our employees to tend to that Soul to offer it an opportunity to grow, contribute, and align its gifts and talent to our strategy and mission.
By Lisa Jaster:
Building your talent acquisition strategy to result in a diverse team is the first step. The second and most important step is embracing it. Embracing your diversity of thought, and using the team’s experiences and perspectives to identify blind stops the other cannot see.
By: Jeffrey Allen Smith, Ph.D. & Chris Frueh, PhD
Any historian, or executive for that matter, knows that history doesn’t repeat itself. Differences in time, context, people, etc. all contribute to making every situation different. While similarities naturally persist, they are just that. And yet, turn on the news or scroll through the latest market analysis, and it is easy to feel a sense of déjà vu.
By Lisa jaster:
How you treat an employee that has decided, either by choice or not, to leave can impact whether your organization is hitting its target or is putting unpredictable rounds out into the workforce. Both greatly impact the way others look at your organization.
By: Shane Walsh
Leadership is an action-oriented activity. You must be the kind of leader that others will not just obey, but follow.
By: Shane Walsh
Leaders owe their employees a company for which they can be proud to work – not simply because it follows the rules, but because it holds itself to a certain code and because the work that the company does is work worth doing, so to speak.
When I was in my Junior year at the U.S. Air Force Academy, I was invited to attend an assessment to become an Officer in the Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) community. This small, elite community that falls under Air Force Special Warfare was my dream job, and the...
I was driving my son home after his basketball team had won their game when he asked me, "Dad, who do you think is the best player on our team?" I replied with, "I don't look at individuals, but I look at teams, and it takes a team of five players on the court to...