Why Talent Work Matters For Our LGBT Students

Kelly Gleischman November 1, 2018 As we close out LGBT History Month, it seemed like a great time to reflect on how critical talent work is for our LGBT students, particularly those who are bullied or silenced based on their identity. For me, this is deeply personal because I was one. I was lucky. As a white girl growing up … Read More

Have you hit a learning plateau? Feeling like you’ve maxed out in your current skill set? Here’s how to breakthrough and reinvigorate your growth and development!

Keri-Ann Nesbeth September 26, 2018 Has it been a while since you’ve felt a challenge in your day-to-day work? Have you felt a dip in your motivation as of late, especially when working on projects that once filled you up? You’ve more than likely hit a learning plateau. Consistent and substantial bouts of learning and development typically occur within the … Read More

Managing Others: Are you a consultant, a connector, a cheerleader or a coach?

Raven Freeman July 11, 2018 According to a study by Gartner, only 40 percent of employees believe their managers help them develop the skills they need for their current role.  Do you know where you stand?  Are your employees counting you in the 40% or 60%?  If you’re not sure, you’re probably among the majority of managers who take a … Read More