Promising and Delivering – The Trust Equation
One of the better phrases to come out of the strategic planning sessions I’ve conducted over the years was included in the participant clients’ Values Statement. It stated: “We will under promise and over deliver.” That performance promise made an impression on me then and still does today. It clearly conveys as a corporate value ...Read More The post Promising and Delivering – The Trust Equati...
New Year’s Resolution: A newer, healthier people strategy
In the Winter 2016 newsletter, we asked our readers to tell us about their experiences managing across generations. As baby boomers continue to turn 65 at an astonishing rate of 10,000 per day (Pew Research), the workplace is experiencing a sharp increase in retirements – many from critical leadership positions. As such, it’s not surprising ...Read More The post New Year’s Resolution: A newer, hea...
Managing a PI Program: An Interview with Amanda Schank from the Indianapolis Museum of Art
I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with Amanda Schank, Manager of Human Resources at the Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), who takes her job as their on-site PI Practitioner and Program Manager very seriously. She’s incredibly skilled at talking with employees about Predictive Index®, is passionate about the transformative power of the tool, and ...Read More The post Managing a PI Program...
New Year, New HR?
According to Fast Company, the number one job trend we’ll see in 2017 is the transformation of HR. How? By evolving from human resources as we know it today to “people science” through the use of big data: “Using data science in HR to make even small improvements in recruiting, hiring, and engagement has the ...Read More The post New Year, New HR? appeared first on ADVISA.
The New and Improved 210 N. Rangeline Road.
Same great Carmel Arts & Design District location; brand new building In May of 2016, we packed our things, moved into a temporary office space, and said goodbye to our office as we knew it at 210 N. Rangeline Road. Custom Living, LLC began a 6-month renovation which not only doubled our work space, but ...Read More The post The New and Improved 210 N. Rangeline Road. appeared first on ADVISA.
How to Nurture Company Culture to Inspire Loyalty
Guest Post from ADVISA Partner ExactHire By: Tom Branson Once upon a time, work was pretty straightforward. You grew or crafted something and sold it in return for something; or you labored for someone and then received something in return. That was a long, long time ago. Today, work is more complicated. At its foundation ...Read More The post How to Nurture Company Culture to Inspire Loyalty app...
You Said It: Workplace Engagement is Critical for Business Results
In our last newsletter, we launched a new series called Take 5 – a mini survey of five questions about a hot topic in the world of business and talent management. In this installment, we asked about the ability to engage and retain talent. From the 55 responses we received, respondents strongly indicated that the ...Read More The post You Said It: Workplace Engagement is Critical for Business Resu...
ADVISA Honors Home Bank President and CEO Dan Moore
At last month’s INSPIRE 2016 Conference, the user group event ADVISA hosts each year, we awarded Dan Moore, President and CEO of Home Bank SB, with our first annual INSPIRE Award for exceptional leadership. “Because of our 30-year history working with leaders across all industries, we know that certain leadership competencies are universal,” stated ...Read More The post ADVISA Honors Home Bank P...
Fast Facts: Engagement and Gender
Hiring and retaining strong talent is one of the most challenging but critical tasks organizations face today. With the changing demographic of the workforce – Baby Boomers retiring in droves and Millennials quickly becoming the largest group in the workforce – it’s becoming even more critical to keep and engage high performers to have talent ...Read More The post Fast Facts: Engagement and Gender...
A useful question for the best leaders
Can we all agree the workplace, and the world, are unfair places? I’ll assume you agree. Bad things happen to good people, and our best efforts are often not recognized or fall painfully short of someone else’s expectations. As I work and train high potential leaders within my client companies, I’ve found a question that ...Read More The post A useful question for the best leaders appeared first o...