Every organization will confront new kinds of challenges. Changes demand that talented employees rise and meet them with creativity, resilience and insight. Now more than ever, we must seize potential like never before. As we emerge from lockdowns and our organizations re-center, how will we decide who we want with us as we face tomorrow?
Long periods of relative organizational stability are punctuated by short periods of radical change. As a leader, how do you maintain steady and consistent leadership throughout the changing business landscape?
The most important driver of a person’s on-the-job engagement can be attributed to your effectiveness as their leader. Shifting priorities away from your people, particularly when they may need it most, can create unintended consequences.
(Lincoln, Neb.) – Jim Finkelstein, President, CEO and Founder, FutureSense, LLC; and Makenzie Rath, President, Talent Plus, Inc., announced today they have formed a strategic partnership. “The ability to partner with a long-term business and trusted advisor with know-how and expertise in areas that complement the types of services and solutions Talent Plus wants to...
LINCOLN, Neb. – Talent Plus’ Board of Directors has unanimously selected Makenzie Rath as its new president. Rath joined Talent Plus in 2011 and has held roles in nearly each business unit. Most recently, Rath led Talent Plus’ Leadership Consultants, who analyze senior leaders’ interviews and provide executive coaching and succession planning solutions. Upon graduating...
Carling Whetter was used to very specific calls from guests as a front desk agent at The Hotel at Auburn University. One morning, though, the guest at the other end had a more urgent tone about her request.
Denise DeSalvo, a nurse at the pediatric operating room, was arriving for her shift when she noticed Selis Tavsancil in the hospital parking garage, in labor, unable to walk the rest of the way into the hospital.
Human error is ever present. People make mistakes. Sometimes a mistake will cause a lot of problems for one or more customers, and might well cause additional problems for the organization. Too often, after a mistake of this sort happens, a manager will decide that she must micromanage that situation to make sure the mistake...
Within the next 10 years the need for senior care professionals will increase dramatically. What is driving this growing need and what can you do to compete for talent in the industry?