Top Talent Blog

How to Assure Employees Feel They Are Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset—From Day One

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute Do you remember your first day on the job?  Was your desk or work space ready for you – clean, tidy, and all equipment and supplies on hand?  How were you greeted?  Did you have a […]

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Five Tell-tale Signs of Ineffective Managers/Team Leaders

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute There is a direct relationship between productivity, turnover, employee engagement and management effectiveness.  According to Jim Clifton, Chairman of the Gallup Organization, only one in ten managers has the natural skill and capability to lead a […]

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What Really is Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset?

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute If you answered, “People” you are partially correct.  What?  You say.  Everybody knows or at least most executives claim that people are their company’s most valuable asset.  I think the most accurate answer is the undeveloped […]

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What Do Leading Talent Management Practices Have in Common?

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute If you answered, “Technology,” you are correct.  However, an article in the August 2015 issue of Talent Management Magazine validated my concerns.  True technology requires different thinking which reminded me of a famous quote.  Albert Einstein […]

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Are You Working Too Hard at Employee Engagement?

from the Turning Good People Into Top Talent blog series By Bob Moore, CMC, Managing Principal, Talent Management Institute Many companies have elaborate programs focused on improving levels of employee engagement.  Countless surveys indicate little or no noticeable improvement in the dismal level of employee disengagement—still averaging around 70% nationally in the U.S. It has […]

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