10 rules for Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees. An interview with Jeanne Meister
If you want to attract, hire, and retain top performers offerig them a job won't cut it. You need to offer an experience.
Employee Engagement and Retention have long been two top priorities for both HR leaders and CEOs. However, many organizations have failed miserably at achieving these goals.
A new book titled The Future Workplace Experience -- 10 rules for Mastering Disruption in Recruiting and Engaging Employees by Jeanne Meister and Kevin Mulcahy, provides a well researched and actionable framework for meeting today's toughest business disruptions head on.
It guides you step-by-step through the process of recruiting top employees and building and engaged culture.
Joining me today is Jeanne Meister founding partner of Future Workplace an HR executive network and research firm. I met Jeanne several years ago at an HRPS Global Conference in New York and recorded an interview with her regarding her keynote, and bestselling book, The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop, and Keep Tomorrow's Employees Today.
Ben Gotkin, Acting Executive Director of The Association for Talent Acquisition Professionals (ATAP) Tells All
The idea of creating a professional association dedicated to the needs and interests of the talent acquisition community has been debated for a long time. And a number of organizations over the years trying to address this need have come and gone. Turns out, it's not so simple. In fact, it's really hard!
However, there is light at the end of this proverbial tunnel for all you recruiters looking for a place to call home. It's called the Association for Talent Acquisition Professionals - ATAP -- and one of its founding members and acting executive director, Ben Gotkin is here to tell us all about it.
Hi this is Peter Clayton with a Leadership Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio. When you look at the list of current volunteers leading the Review Board and Working Committee of the ATAP, it's a who's who of thought leaders in the recruiting community. In his day job, Ben Gotkin is a consultant with Recruiting Toolbox, a well-known, and highly respected recruitment management consulting and training company. Prior to joining Recruiting Toolbox he was Director, Talent Acquisition, at Marriott International.
In his day job, Ben Gotkin is a consultant with Recruiting Toolbox, a well-known, and respected recruitment management consulting and training company. Prior to joining Recruiting Toolbox he was Director, Talent Acquisition, at Marriott International.
A Conversation with James Mapes
Welcome to a special Leadership Edition of TotalPicture Radio. I'm your host, Peter Clayton. How to Come to Terms with the Emotional Aftermath of the Election is something many of us, myself included, are struggling with.
Several days ago I called my good friend James Mapes to get some advice and hopefully. coping strategies. We had been planning to get together to record and interview regarding his new book.
I met James about 10 years ago when I was hired to film a presentation he gave at Lincoln Center in New York City. He is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, and personal performance coach.
His latest book IMAGINE THAT! Igniting Your Brain for Creativity and Peak Performance was released last month.
How Winning Companies Close the Strategy-to-Execution Gap
When it comes to evaluating job candidates, every survey of CEOs I've ever seen list leadership potential as the number one attribute they look for. However, two-thirds of executives say their organizations don't have the capabilities to support their strategy.
In a new book published by Harvard Business Review Press titled Strategy That Works: How Winning Companies Close the Strategy-to-Execution Gap co-authors Paul Leinwand and Cesare Mainardi explain why. They identify conventional business practices that unintentionally create a gap between strategy and execution. And they show how some of the best companies in the world consistently leap ahead of their competitors.
Welcome to a Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, this is Peter Clayton. Joining David Dalka and myself is Paul Leinwand, principal architect of capabilities-driven strategy and Global Managing Director with Strategy&, PWC's strategy consulting business. Paul is also adjunct professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg school of management.
Based on new research, the authors reveal five practices for connecting strategy and execution used by highly successful enterprises such as IKEA, Natura, Danaher, Haier, and Lego. These companies:
• Commit to what they do best instead of chasing multiple opportunities
• Build their own unique winning capabilities instead of copying others
• Put their culture to work instead of struggling to change it
• Invest where it matters instead of going lean across the board
• Shape the future instead of reacting to it
Why being radically connected with society is not just the right thing to do, it is an imperative for a company's bottom line
Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society (published by PublicAffairs); is a timely wakeup call for business to proactively engage with society instead of acting above or against it.
Welcome to a Leadership Channel Podcast on TotalPicture, show host Peter Clayton is joined today by frequent contributor David Dalka.
Connect is written by John Browne (former CEO of BP), Robin Nuttall (Partner at McKinsey & Company) and Tommy Stadlen (formerly with McKinsey, currently a tech entrepreneur).
Joining us today is Robin Nuttall, Partner in McKinsey's London office. Robin leads McKinsey's Regulatory and Government Practice and has served both regulators and regulated clients on strategy and organizational issues across a range of sectors and geographies.
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