The Business Mix – An organization rich in talent is rendered inefficient if they do not have the proper culture and procedures in place to utilize and grow that talent. Similarly, a company that is confident in its mission and direction, and has a rich culture, but hires mediocre talent will never flourish. Thus, combining the two will ensure your organization is on the right path with the capable leaders marching that trail.

McKinsey & Co: Mindsets and Practices of Excellent CEOs

60% of CEOs don’t live up to expectations within the first 18-months. This in-depth McKinsey study analyzed thousands of CEOs and observed which specific practices and behaviours influenced results. Read what sets those successful 40% apart.

How Marketing and HR Should Work Together

Perhaps the most important overlap between HR and Marketing teams is their joint responsibility in developing and selling a company’s values, both internally and externally. Discover why interdepartmental connectivity between the two advances an organization.

4 Land and Retain Top Talent

Is name recognition an issue for you attracting top talent? 82% of small companies believe they’re not attracting stand-out employees. This article draws on research that shows why certain companies land exceptional employees. Don’t miss out on top talent.

The Leadership Strategy That the LinkedIn CEO Swears by

When LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner took the new role of CEO, he met with all the company’s employees – 330 – to understand what made his organization unique. Now 15,000 employees, uncover how Jeff’s compassionate approach made him one of the most popular CEO’s globally.

How to Foster a Multi-Generational Workforce for Your Next-Gen Company

Companies that practice diversity and inclusion are more likely to be innovative and successful – in fact they are 8 times more likely to achieve better business outcomes. Harness the power of your multi-generational workforce to achieve their full potential.