Author: Talent Plus (Talent Plus)

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Talent Plus, Inc. Ushers in Operational Manager Talent Online Assessment at HR Tech

(Lincoln, Neb.) – Talent Plus, Inc. addresses 11 million managers working today with an announcement of the Operational Manager Assessment at HR Tech Conference 2018 (booth #2750), Las Vegas Tuesday, September 11, through Friday, September 14. As the Leading Talent Assessment Partner in the industry, both clients and Talent Plus use Talent Plus’ highly validated assessment and...

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Shelly Doty Joins Talent Plus as Chief Growth Officer

(Lincoln, Neb.) – Talent Plus, Inc. ® is pleased to announce the selection of Shelly Doty as Chief Growth Officer. With the rapid advancement of Talent Plus, Doty joins a vibrant organization poised to continue its global growth as the Leading Talent Assessment PartnerSM in the industry. Doty will oversee a team of business developers, client...

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Talent Plus, Inc. Named on Forbes Travel Guide 2018 List of “Brand Officials”

(Lincoln, Nebr.) – Talent Plus, Inc. ® is the leading partner in building and sustaining high-performing, fully-engaged cultures through talent selection, development and analytics. With our mission in mind, we are proud to announce our partnership with Forbes Travel Guide as the “Forbes Official Talent Assessment Partner 2018, spotlighting and steering members towards superior quality vendors, to help ensure...

“What Do Talent and Pizza Have in Common?”
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“What Do Talent and Pizza Have in Common?”

When coaching leaders, I often begin our first meeting by asking this question. Actually, it is my second question. My first question is, “What three words would you use to describe a great leader?” As I wrote in my article Sociology of Leadership, over 99 percent of responses focused on talents; whereas, less than one...

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Managing People at Work

Talent Plus is featured in “Managing People at Work,” a newsletter produced by Business Management Daily. http://go.talentplus.com/ManagingPeopleAtWorkDecember2018

Introverts in the Workplace
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Introverts in the Workplace

We are conditioned to value the traits of more extraverted individuals. As described in Quiet by Susan Cain, extraversion became the cultural ideal at the beginning of the 21st century. “Stunning,” “dominant,” “forceful,” “energetic” and “magnetic” quickly became the ideal characteristics as people sought to excel in the new workplace. Companies began to hire for...

From Verse to Universe – Creating Symphony Amongst Leaders
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From Verse to Universe – Creating Symphony Amongst Leaders

“Don’t let a loud few determine the nature of the sound. It makes for poor harmony and diminishes the song.” ― Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration Our ability to embrace change in this volatile world and adapt to its dynamic demands is possibly our only ticket to win. The way we do business...

A Workplace Without Weaknesses
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A Workplace Without Weaknesses

Strengths versus Weaknesses? Can you imagine a workplace where your manager played to your strengths, rather than helped you improve your weaknesses? This would be a world where you were celebrated and recognized for the things you do best versus scorned for the things that do not come as naturally. Following a strengths-based perspective, rather...

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Kim Turnage Offers Great Insight on FAST COMPANY

Kim Turnage talks leadership and the impact it can have for Fast Company in “Bosses: This is how to inspire your employees to become leaders.” Here is just one of her quotes: “Leadership development starts with understanding the individual. Get to know what motivates them, what their goals are, and what interests them both in...