Tag: Tiffany Pires

Culture Wins: The Advantage of a Talent-based Organization
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Culture Wins: The Advantage of a Talent-based Organization

Podcast recorded live, January 3, 2020, Lincoln, Nebraska Season 2 premiere episode! The Advisors Network provides visitors unprecedented access to masters of their industry who can help transform any organization. For this podcast, we had the joy of hosting a panel of a few advisors with us during our semi-annual meeting. With their expertise on...

Beyond the Quota: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion with Somya Kouma
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Beyond the Quota: The Art of Diversity and Inclusion with Somya Kouma

Diversity and inclusion are topics at the forefront in the human capital industry. There’s been growing recognition of how critical it is to business performance. While companies may think that having a diverse culture means simply not adversely impacting minority groups, there is much that goes into what a diverse and inclusive culture actually means....

Generation Z, with Corey Archer
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Generation Z, with Corey Archer

The millennial generation has been negatively stereotyped as lazy, entitled and without aspirations. There is countless research that describes the alleged differences of millennials in the workplace compared to the elder generation. Despite evidence showing none of these generational differences are true, the debate continues. The next debate is centered around the up-and-coming Generation Z....

The “Plus” in Talent Plus: Relationships with Kent Woodhead
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The “Plus” in Talent Plus: Relationships with Kent Woodhead

In this episode, we talk about what the “Plus” means in Talent Plus®. While many people know of Talent Plus as a selection company that helps organizations select top talent, what they don’t know is that the “Plus” actually stands for relationships — a crucial part of our culture. We take a pretty unconventional approach...

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...

From the Vault: Measuring the Utility of Development Programs
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From the Vault: Measuring the Utility of Development Programs

Many companies understand the benefits of development programs, such as executive coaching, leadership training and strength-management training. However, although organizations understand the benefits, they often fail to understand how to quantify the benefits of such programs. They are unable to get the proof in numbers that development programs are worth the time and the money...