Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: The Keys to Driving ROI and Organizational Performance

Please register to receive a copy of “Leadership and Emotional Intelligence: The Keys to Driving ROI and Organizational Performance” – MHS’ new Global Leadership Research Study. This original…

Developing and Empowering Your Future Leaders with a Self-Directed Learning Strategy

We’ve entered the content curation era. The number of learning resources has exploded, and content is readily available and easy to access. 85% of employees do not feel the training they are getting at work is preparing them for their next position, so they’re taking learning into their own hands

Six Proven Practices for Developing Self-Aware Leaders

Our work constantly challenges us to find faster and better ways of doing things – to reinvent. Yet, the speed of business pushes leaders to maintain a pace…

Four Simple Secrets to Engage Employees & Increase Performance

Engaged employees equal higher-productivity and performance, lower turnover and advocates of your brand which translates into more qualified future candidates and overall success.

Maximizing The Mentor-Mentee Experience

Internships should be an important part of an organizations talent acquisition strategy. How invested is your organization in its internship programs? In this session we will learn how…

Creating Culturational Chemistry

This session explores the cultural and generational diversity that is prevalent in today’s workplace and the importance of understanding, appreciating and respecting those differences in order to benefit…

Reviewing Talent – Performance vs. Potential vs. Readiness

If you have a great performer, don’t make the mistake of assuming this person is also a high potential. High potential means more than high performance ratings.

Talent Acquisition Technologies: Shiny Objects Gone Wild

In today’s world of talent acquisition technologies, you’ll want to know what is important and what is not. What are the technologies that really work, which are the ‘nice to haves’ and which ones can you leave behind?

Four Things Leaders Can Do To Reduce Team Conflicts

Studies of workplace behaviors reveal some startling statistics with regard to the impact that conflict has on business performance. One study indicates that two out of three employee performance problems can be traced to unresolved interpersonal conflicts. Another study estimates that the average manager spends something like forty percent of their time addressing workplace conflicts.