How listening, purpose, and data contribute to innovation in learning and development
Julia Brandon talks about integrating data and analytics in talent management with an eye towards building trust and relationships at work. Opinions her own.
When we have a clear understanding of our endgame, we can drive towards what matters most by working backwards from our ultimate goal.
Julia introduces the idea of not just high performance, but healthy high performance. She makes use of "strategic disengagement" to create more sustainble work habits.
What makes someone trustworthy? Julia walks us through four components of trust and discusses the role of trust in an organization.
Three pillars of talent management are essential to get right: career development, compensation, and culture.
Julia discusses what to do when mistakes happen or projects meet unexpected obstacles.
Julia Brandon et al., Improving Organizational Effectiveness with Workforce Retention Risk Modeling
Julia Brandon et al., Developing Fully Engaged Leaders at GlaxoSmithKline
David Maister, Charles Green, and Robert Galford, The Trusted Advisor
Frances X. Frei and Anne Morriss, Begin with Trust