Talent Management

Gather best practices and insights on how to effectively manage the entire employee lifecycle, from finding and acquiring the right talent to performance management to learning and career development to compensation planning to analytics.

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Deltek Blogs

Cultivating the Project Lifecycle with Deltek Talent Management

At Deltek, we live and breathe Talent Management and the project lifecycle. These two important aspects of the project based business share certain synergies that are often overlooked.

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Improving Communication between Employers and Employees

We Just Don't Talk; Improving the Communication between Employers and Employees

If you have read any of my prior blogs or attended any of my webinars, you will know that I love to relate professional situations to our personal lives because I feel it helps us all understand how these situations resonate and where changes can be made to grow and improve.

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Development & Succession Planning: Solving Tomorrow's Talent Issues Today

“Our Recruiters are going to have to move faster. If they have to go over budget, that is fine. We need talent.” I have seen this scenario many times…

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Coworkers at a table

Recruiting and Succession Planning - Getting Ahead of the Baby Boomer Retirement Years

In 2017, Baby Boomers will be between 53 and 71 years old. Their waning numbers underline the need for good succession planning, especially since...

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Laptop Learning

Best Learning Methods to Keeping Employees Engaged

Every human, animal, plant and nowadays even some machines have the ability to learn. So what is learning? Learning is the act of acquiring new, or modifying and reinforcing existing, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences and may involve synthesizing different types of information.

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project brainstorming

What is the impact of performance reviews on employee engagement?

Performance reviews, if done correctly, can lead towards a high-performance culture.  By giving employees a common purpose, clear expectations, c...

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Small Group Meeting

Dwight from the Office gets some advice on becoming awesome

The first two months of the year in most companies are focused on two critical activities of performance management: (1) setting goals and targets; and (2) preparing for the year-end performance discussion.

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