Smart Tips on Getting Headcount Added To Your Team

Posted by Steve Trautman on Sep 29, 2016 11:33:00 AM

Every leader who asks for headcount needs to be able to make a sound business case that ties the new headcount to executing the corporate or divisional strategy. Start by making sure you know who is making the headcount decision, and make your business case with that person in mind. Since a group of executives above your manager is likely making the call,

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Topics: Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM), Talent Risk Management, knowledge transfer, knowledge silos, managing talent risk, talent risk mangement definition, definition of talent risk management

Expanded Family Leave Policies – How to Prepare for an Employee’s Extended Absence and Eventual Return

Posted by Steve Trautman on Jun 20, 2016 4:18:08 PM

There’s a new phenomenon happening in corporations today where family leaves are being extended. While it’s common practice in other countries to offer extended leave, U.S. companies like Netflix, Facebook, and Reddit have recently expanded their paternity/maternity leaves from 16 weeks to a year.

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Topics: Knowledge Silo Matrix (KSM), Best Practices, Skill Development Plan (SDP), Talent Risk Management, 3-Step Knowledge Transfer, knowledge transfer blog, knowledge transfer, knowledge silos

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