What We Are Reading
The godfather of HR returns to prime form with this updated compendium of HR competencies. Dave and team’s research on what drives HR success provides a clear roadmap for those who want to build their own or their team’s capabilities. While not light reading, it’s provides a very thorough, prioritized and detailed guide for developing the skills that differentiate a high performing company.
The only possible wrinkle is the authors’ advocating that “Technology Proponent” is one of the six critical HR skills. One cou...
Featured City Groups
This group is for members of the New Talent Management Network who are located in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Sharing great ideas on talent planning, development, engagement and retention is at the core of the group. The group provides an opportunity for you to meet talent management peers in person, trade ideas and tools, and become more successful in this field. The group will meet 3-4 times per year. Please join the Linked In Group and if you and your company would be willing to host an upcoming meeting, please contact Marty Jord...
NTMN 2013 State of Talent Managers
The 2013 State of Talent Manager Survey advances the New Talent Management Network’s (NTMN) goal of conducting original research to benefit the talent management profession. Our goal is to track and report on the structure, practices, and organization of the talent community worldwide. 2013 marks the fifth survey that we have conducted on behalf of our members. The survey – like everything in the NTMN – is completely free.