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By Katie Jacobs - hrmagazine.co.uk What will it take to restore the public’s confidence in the financial sector? HR directors have their work cut out to change what’s rotten at the heart of banking culture. Manhattan: a young investment banker spends his days making millions on Wall...

By Tina Smagala A recent study by the Institute for Corporate Productivity found that 85 percent of high-performing organizations use a “competency model” as the foundation for their leadership development strategy. Competencies are skills or abilities, such as decision making, driving results, managing change, developing others, customer...

Leadership development firm Zenger Folkman's recent study of a Silicon Valley software firm reveals companies are waiting too long to begin leadership programs.  After spending much time, money, and effort in developing leaders when asked about the one thing they would do differently in the...

By Jennifer Robison, Gallup Business Journal - businessinsider.com The world's best companies purposely identify and develop high-potential managers and leaders. Because those with the right talent and experience are more likely to deliver results, businesses should begin their succession planning efforts by identifying and selecting leaders with a scientifically...

By Josh Bersin - forbes.com 2013 looks to be a year of global growth, but for HR and talent leaders, it will likely continue to present challenges. Bersin by Deloitte just released our 2013 predictions for corporate HR, leadership, and talent management.  You can read the entire report here. Overall:...