Ahead of the Curve
Working remotely is getting to be nearly as normal as working in an office. In fact, last year, 43 percent of employed Americans spent at least part of their time working remotely, according to a Gallup survey.
Of course, there are major benefits that come from telecommuting—avoiding traffic and flexible hours, just to name a couple. The problem for employers comes with keeping... more
It makes sense that employees will work better and be more engaged if you as a manager are playing to their strengths. How do you figure out what their strengths are? Here are... more
Southwest location adds to Talent Curve’s capacity and reach.
We're excited to announce that we have acquired the leadership development consultancy of Leathers Milligan & Associates (LM&A) of Phoenix, Arizona. This acquisition positions us to bolster our reach in the southwest and along the west coast. With a long history of serving companies in the... more
Increase the Profound Impact of Strengths Interventions - How to increase profits by focusing on your team’s strengths.Wednesday, January 3rd
Given low workplace engagement and high worker expectations about their jobs, companies need to focus on playing to the strengths of their employees, rather than help them improve on their weaknesses. Traditionally, employees are assigned where they are most needed in the organization, rather than placed where they can do the most good. The use of strengths interventions, defined as activities... more
Are managers the reason why employees don’t seem to be as engaged as they should be? According to a Gallup study, this could very well be the case as it revealed that 85% of employees worldwide are not engaged or are actively disengaged in their job. The State of the Global Workplace study of 7,272 workers showed that one in two left their job because of a manager they didn’t get along with.... more