In an ideal business world, all companies would have programs to identify high-potential employees and develop future leaders, and upper management would establish structured training programs….
Help Your New Hires “Stick the Landing”
This SpaceX story is simply hogging all the cool, not leaving much for the rest of us. If you haven’t followed the event: SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket not only successfully deployed a Japanese communications…
Employee Development Tools on Any Budget
It’s finally here. Tax Day, 2016. Inexorable, ineluctable. Time to feed the beast and render unto Caesar. Or, as Ray Liotta memorably said in Goodfellas… well, we can’t actually write it in a company blog…
Personality Assessment Time Machine
Science is cool! As you can see above, the first ever giant intergalactic space-dog nose has been found poking through to our universe from the next, thanks to an experiment conducted by a team of veterinarians….
Meet Caliper’s Learning & Development Generalist
Jolanta Lewinska has always strived for self-improvement. Now, as Caliper’s first Learning and Development (L & D) Generalist, she gets to spread her knowledge of the Caliper Profile and love of learning to clients….
Sweet Emotion: Why More is Better When It Comes to People Analytics
I liked it. You liked it. We all liked it. That’s what you do on Facebook. You hit that little hand icon to ‘like’ your friends’ posts. But sometimes a thumbs up is not an accurate expression of how you feel about something posted….
Your Job is Kryptonite, Supergirl
All that power, and they can’t even stand up to their bosses. It must run in the El family. On CBS’s new hit show, Supergirl, the titular character’s earthy alter ego, Kara Danvers (Melissa Benoist)….
Is the End Zone in Sight for Peyton Manning?
This Sunday’s AFC Championship game between the Denver Broncos and New England Patriots will feature starting quarterbacks with a combined age of 77 years (and a combined height of 12 feet and 9 inches…
Talent-Management Trends for 2016 and Beyond
“Companies are moving away from the annual performance-review process to one that provides more relevant, detailed feedback on a regular basis,” Cyndi says…
Looking Back on December 7, 1941 With Different Eyes
With the benefit of hindsight three-quarters of a century later, we can examine the Japanese attacks at the U.S. Naval Base in Pearl Harbor in a new light. Today, we see where Japan’s tactical blunders…