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Welcome to Talent Management Intelligence, DDI’s blog for talent management professionals. Bloggers from DDI’s pool of thought leaders around the world will share their insights and spark debate on the talent management issues that organizations face today.

Horrible Bosses…the Movie and the Reality
The fact is, who leads us at work matters in more ways than just our career. Leaders are in a great position of power to influence how we interact with others and feel at the end of the day.
Posted: 13 Jul, 2011, by Aviel Selkovits
The Multigenerational Workforce: Getting in Touch with Our Social Selves
Give them what they want? Read how the younger generations would prefer to communicate and develop in the workplace.
Posted: 28 Jun, 2011, by Verity Creedy
What’s Age Got to Do with It?
The multigenerational workforce series will share fresh research from DDI, which has examined the perspectives of those born between 1922 and 2000 on four distinctive workplace topics: career direction, motivation, communication, and leadership.
Posted: 01 Jun, 2011, by Verity Creedy
The Multigenerational Workforce: Why Work?
The supposed "slacker" generations aren't lacking in work ethic; they just want the nine-to-five, in-office restrictions relaxed.
Posted: 25 May, 2011, by Verity Creedy
The Multigenerational Workforce: Career Direction - Step or Stabilize?
The younger workforce yearns for career progression and supportive development—points of contention for their more experienced leaders.
Posted: 23 May, 2011, by Verity Creedy
With Tests, Measuring Better Beats Looking Better…But Why Choose?
The latest: Technology is changing how employment tests are administered, while online tools are providing greater reach and convenience.
Posted: 12 Apr, 2011, by Evan Sinar, Ph.D.
Learning 2.0: Beware the Power Law
There is a dirty little secret to Web 2.0—and thus Learning 2.0, and that is the Power Law. By definition, this is a mathematical relationship between two quantities. In the case of social media, it has evolved into a 90-9-1 distribution. Essentially, 90 percent of people using these tools are passive observers, 9 percent are active contributors, and 1 percent are the leaders and creators.
Posted: 18 Mar, 2011, by Aviel Selkovits
Health Care Needs New Heroes - The Talent Implications of Health Care Reform
Change is driving the need for health care to reconsider what it needs from its executives, physicians, leaders, and staff.
Posted: 08 Mar, 2011, by Debra Walker
Leadership Lessons from Dr. Seuss
As I am currently preparing for an upcoming Leadership Development Program, a little light bulb went off in my head: there is also a lot to learn from Dr. Seuss on leadership!
Posted: 03 Mar, 2011, by Nikki Dy-Liacco
How Can Coaching Drive Revenue Growth?
HR and Talent Management professionals can and should be playing an important role in spurring on sales growth by providing the resources and guidance to ensure that the RIGHT type of sales and sales leadership skills are being acquired, developed, and retained.
Posted: 09 Feb, 2011, by Mark Dembo
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