• “Context Is the Kingdom”
    “Context Is the Kingdom”

    Author and Human Resource expert Dave Ulrich talks about business transformation and what it means to be a learning organization.

  • “Up Is Just One Way to Grow.”
    Beverly Kaye
    “Up Is Just One Way to Grow.”

    The best talent acquisition process won’t be of much use if you can’t keep the talent you have, says career development expert Beverly Kaye.

  • Listen! Or Read the Summary.
    Listen! Or Read the Summary.

    Did you know that getAbstract also summarizes podcast episodes?

  • Dealing with Complexity?
    Dealing with Complexity?

    Try collective intelligence and AI.

  • “Experience Tells People What You Did. Your Character Tells People Where You’re Going.”
    “Experience Tells People What You Did. Your Character Tells People Where You’re Going.”

    Talent is the foundation of every successful business. In US Special Operations, having the right people on your team can often mean the difference between life and death.

  • Job Crafting: A Skill for the Future
    Job Crafting: A Skill for the Future

    The concept has been around for 20 years. Yet the skills involved in job crafting are more pertinent to career success today than they have ever been before.  

  • Awards, Rewards, Hogwarts
    Awards, Rewards, Hogwarts

    The mechanisms of internal talent development and recognition are as diverse and varied as their demonstrable effects. What really works? And which “strategies” are a case for the storybook?

  • Companies and Vaccination
    Companies and Vaccination

    The question of the vaccination status of colleagues receives ever greater attention and importance. How do companies deal with the new situation?

  • “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”
    Michael Lee Stallard
    “Your Level of Social Connection Affects Your Longevity”

    Business author Michael Lee Stallard on how to maintain connections in our private and professional lives – and why the pandemic could improve our working relationships enormously in the long term.

  • The COVID Recession Is Female
    The COVID Recession Is Female

    The pandemic sent employees home to work at the same time child care centers and schools closed, placing an untenable burden on families that’s now driving women from the workforce. Here’s what companies can do.