How to Coach an Underperforming Employee

When faced with an underperforming employee, you may instinctively turn to formal training sessions as a solution. But while training is undoubtedly valuable, it’s not the best fit for every situation.  As learning and performance strategist Jess Almlie shared in a recent post, “Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how fantastically designed our learning solutions are because

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Why GAI and Boolean Search Is a Winning Approach to Sourcing

In the world of sourcing and recruiting, the rumors of the death of Boolean search have been greatly exaggerated over the years. Despite many advancements in AI-powered automated matching between jobs and potential candidates, Boolean search has remained a required skill. This is largely because job descriptions themselves have historically not been accurate representations of

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The Must-Read Articles for Talent Professionals This Week

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 2% of adults in the country are autistic. That’s 5.4 million people — with many more undiagnosed. Many autistic adults go to great lengths to hide their disability, especially in the workplace. In a recent article, The New York Times interviewed one woman

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What a Ropes Course Can Teach You About Leadership

Editor’s note: Leadership development is a priority for most talent development teams. We loved this post, originally published on Tewedaj’s LinkedIn feed, about the leadership lessons to be learned from a basic ropes course. First things first: I am scared of ropes and I’m even more scared of heights. And I was not anticipating that

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