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The Elephant in the Room

by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans Do they trust you enough to have a frank, effective stay interview?  Think back to a time when you had a manager you didn’t completely trust. How might a stay interview have gone? Here is what some in this situation have said: “I consciously kept all conversations with her light, […]

Are You Racing a Shark?

by Beverly Kaye, Founder, Career Systems International It’s Shark Week! Since the late 80s, the Discovery Channel has dedicated a week-long block of television to shark-themed content. Over the past few years, Shark week has grown in popularity, reaching over seventy two countries worldwide and this year did not disappoint. 28-time Olympic Gold Medal winner […]

Career Development: Today’s Meta-Priority

This blog post was written by Beverly Kaye, Founder of Career Systems International.         Last week, Julie Winkle Giulioni (co-author of Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go) and I spoke at the SHRM conference in New Orleans. Our session was entitled Career Development: Today’s Meta-Priority. The session was so well received, I wanted […]

Develop or Die

Guest blog by Julie Winkle Giulioni, co-author of Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want There seems to be a trend in development today… maybe you’ve noticed it. Perhaps because they’re woefully overburdened with spans of control that are inhuman and inhumane, or perhaps because training and development budgets have been cut […]

What If Reasons Managers Don’t Have Stay interviews

By Sharon Jordan-Evans and Beverly Kaye What prevents you from asking your talented people what will keep them engaged and on your team?  Are you afraid you will be unable to deliver on their requests?  Try using these four steps the next time they ask for something you may not be able to give:  Acknowledge […]

Finding a Good Career Fit

One of the unfortunate effects of getting swamped by deadlines, inundated by emails and engulfed in an ever-changing pile of priorities is losing sight of “you”. In this wired world of work, you can lose track of what really works for you — the connection to yourself and what you need and want from work. […]

Conversations – The Currency of Development

by Beverly Kaye Founder Career Systems International Meaningful conversations about how your employees perform , the strengths they demonstrate, and the opportunities they have to improve – it’s the currency of development. The boss who points out how effectively you dealt with a demanding project. The colleague who debriefs after a call with a challenging client about […]

Keep People Engaged

Whether you manage one person or hundreds of people, you can influence those things that keep people engaged on your team and producing at their peak. You have more influence in the employee engagement and retention equation than anyone else. And, engaged highly productive employees help you, your team and your organization grow and excel. […]

Are You a Talent Focused Manager?

In Predictions for 2017, Bersin identifies 20 key drivers for engagement which must be monitored and listened to for feedback to stay vigilant for problems. These 20 drivers are clearly highlighted in the international best-selling book by Dr. Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay. In the […]

Engaging Talent and Developing Leaders

Argosight recently conducted a Snap Survey on talent management priorities on the HR & Talent Management Executives LinkedIn Group. They reported that 63% of the respondents indicated that engaging talent and developing leaders are top priorities for organizations of all sizes and industries globally in 2017. It’s not too surprising that organizations are making engagement […]