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Leadership ultimately drives your organization forward. There’s a direct correlation between strong leadership and success, so our approach starts at the top. We’ll help you prepare for tomorrow’s future by focusing on the next generation of leaders — and not uncommon to find those future leaders within your organization.

We can help you identify the top talent, facilitate discussions, open the lines of communication, and create development plans to accelerate the path to leadership. During this process of developing your leadership pipeline, we'll naturally uncover pertinent insights regarding talent, leadership, and culture by asking key questions.

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Productivity & performance

People and process The power behind your business
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Culture: If it's not broken how can you fix it?

Many successful organizations take an alternative approach to managing culture change. They focus less on what's toxic and dysfunctional and more on leveraging existing strengths and engaging their most valuable resource — their people — to drive change. Here's how.

Steve Gravenkemper Ph.D.
Article December 21, 2017 4 min read
Must-consider technologies to disrupt your status quo
Dennis Bagley
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Combat disruption with a flexible operations model
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Top five skills for next generation leaders
Steve Gravenkemper Ph.D.
Article July 12, 2017 5 min read

Seven ideas to create your next generation of leaders
Stretch assignments are a key way supervisors and mentors can support growth and accelerate development

Talent and Organizational Development Thought Leadership

  • Top five skills for next generation leaders

    Next generation leaders need to focus on key skills to connect with coworkers and their organization. Are you utilizing the best approach to ensure sustainable success as a next generation leader?

    Steve Gravenkemper Ph.D.
    Article July 12, 2017 5 min read
    Top five skills for next generation leaders
  • 10 surefire ways to attract, retain, and motivate talent
    High-performing organizations know talent brings the intellectual capital that sets you apart from your competition. These 10 recommendations can help you find, and keep, top talent over the long haul.
    Steve Gravenkemper Ph.D.
    Article April 15, 2016 4 min read
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  • Millennials: What a difference a generation makes
    With a growing number of Millennials joining the workforce, have you found yourself wondering how to bridge the generational gap? Our podcast can help — you’ll find some easy-to-apply tips from our presenters.
    Jessica Tower Stan Hannah Ph.D.
    Podcast October 13, 2016 5 minute listen
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  • Four myths about millennials: Y so negative?
    There’s no question — the Millennial generation (Generation Y) has gotten a bad rap. Entitled. Narcissistic. Opportunistic. These are just a few adjectives often used to describe this generation of people born between 1980 and 2000. Here are a few myths about Millennials and why you shouldn’t believe the hype.
    Article March 16, 2015 2 min read
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The performance of your organization’s engine is fueled by people. For more than 60 years, we've been helping organizations optimize performance by proactively addressing the human side of business.