Kyle is a tech enthusiast and forward-thinking HR guy focused on keeping his audience in touch with important trends and conversations in the industry. By connecting with thought leaders and in-the-trenches professionals, he offers a fresh take on best practices in recruiting, human resources, and talent management. He studied Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College, and his work has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider, Information Weekly, and SHRM's We Know Next.
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Tuition assistance programs (or TAPs) can close employees’ skill gaps in the near term, and strengthen your internal pipeline of leadership candidates in the long term. The challenge is to manage investments in employee education in a way that maximizes returns–both for the employer and the employee.
Mistaking a high-performing employee for a high-potential employee can be costly. A manager who understands the difference will be more effective in retaining both. This article outlines strategies any manager can apply to identify, assess, and develop high potentials and high performers.
Few companies actively combat engagement issues. The reason, I suspect, is that there’s a lack of consensus on what the term “engagement” really means. For many business leaders, “engagement” is just a buzzword. Before you can tackle engagement, you have to understand what it’s all about.