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BY: DONNA KIMMEL Employee engagement is critical in the war for talent. Even as technological innovation transforms the way business is done, the success of an organization still depends on the people whose passions, insights, and talents drive it forward. When your employees feel good and are motivated to deliver strong results, customer satisfaction, innovation, and your bottom line all benefit. Today, smart companies know they need to put people first in order to attract, retain, develop, and reward top talent. HR leaders are in a powerful position t
BY: KELLIE TEAL-GUESS As companies strive to compete in today’s digital ecosystem, HR departments are facing two major hurdles in staffing workplaces. First, the low unemployment rate has created a shallow candidate pool. Second, the skills employees currently hold are quickly becoming irrelevant as new technologies and processes are introduced, leading to widening talent gaps. Skills shortages impact almost every industry, but they have proven especially problematic in fast-moving industries where new technologies, tools, and processes arise regularly.
BY: CHARLOTTE POWELL Put simply, sales enablement is the culmination of the tools, resources, and training required to help salespeople sell more. It encompasses everything from best sales practices to getting the right customer-facing content in front of the right person at the right time. With the right sales enablement, salespeople have everything they need to successfully engage the customer throughout the buying process. It might sound trendy, but it’s not a new concept. Sales enablement has been around in one form or another for decades. It is on
BY: BRANDYN MORELLI A booming industry, technology draws young leaders from all over the world. As one of those leaders, you may end up in charge of anything from a scrappy team of startup warriors to a group of veteran professionals within a large, well-established organization. Many of the core leadership principles apply to software teams, but there are also certain considerations exclusive to the industry that young leaders and entrepreneurs need to take into account. Here are five of the most dangerous software team leadership myths and the problems t
BY: RACHEL BLAKELY-GRAY As the unemployment rate has dropped, attracting talent has become increasingly difficult. To set themselves apart from competitors in this climate, businesses must craft and maintain strong employer brands that catch candidates’ attention. Determining your employer branding strategy takes careful thought, planning, and consistency. For your employer brand to attract the right talent, it needs to speak to what workers want from their jobs. So, what do workers want? Some employer brands emphasize fun office spaces, work/life balance