The High Performance Issue
THE HIGH PERFORMANCE ISSUE
Whose Talent is it Anyway?  
David Ulrich
 
Think Outside the 9 Box  
Allan H. Church, Ph.D.  
 
Stop the Productivity Skid  
Jack Zenger, Joe Folkman  
 
The Bad Boss and the High Performer  
Debra Corey  
 
The Accountability Crisis  
Robert Kaiser  
 
How to Be a High Performer  
Marc Effron  
 
Fill These Gaps, Fix Your Culture  
Brian Kropp, Ph.D., Jessie Knight  
 
The Team Issue
THE TEAM ISSUE
A Good Team is Hard to Find  
Darren Overfield, Rob Kaiser
 
Successful Teams: The New Blueprint  
Michael Sanger, Ryan Ross  
 
Your Top Talent is Destroying Your Teams  
JGordon J. Curphy, Ph.D., Dianne Nilsen, Ph.D.  
 
C-Suite Dysfunction, Defeated  
Raphael Prager, Ph.D., Allan Church, Ph.D.  
 
5 Things All Great Leadership Teams Must Do  
Doug Ready  
 
Team Building: The Complete Instructions  
Marshall Goldsmith, Ph.D, Howard Morgan  
 
The Competency Issue
THE COMPETENCY ISSUE
America’s Next Top Competency Model  
Stacey Philpot, Tom Reynolds, Lindsey Hayes
 
Strategic Failure is Not an Option
Lisa D. Danels, Christian Neubert  
 
Contribution is the New Capability
Juan Pablo Gonalez  
 
The Myth of the Underdog
Tacy Byham, Ph.D.  
 
Dr. Jekyll + Mr. Jobs
Jorge E. Fernandez  
 
The 7 Deadly Sins of Career Development
Beverly Kaye, Ph.D., Lindy Williams  
 
How to Raise an Innovator: Your 3-Step Plan
Michael Mitchell, Ph.D.  
 
The New Thinking Issue
THE NEW THINKING ISSUE
24 Ideas that are Transforming Talent Management.  
compiled by Andrew Daniels
 
Where Are All the Innovators Hiding?
Darren Filson, Ph.D., and Michelle Chamberlain  
 
Does Talent Actually Need Disrupting?
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D., & Abhijit Bhaduri  
 
Why S.M.A.R.T Is Just Plain Dumb
Anne Davis Gotte & Kevin D. Wilde  
 
The Place Makes the People
Peter Harms, Ph.D.  
 
Win the Confidence Game
Patrick Hyland, Ph.D., Lewis Garrad, Anthony Caputo & David Reeves, Ph.D  
 
Are You Too Focused on High-Potentials?
Beverly Kaye, Ph.D., & Cile Johnson  
 
Find, Grow, and Retain Top Talent: a 5-Step Plan
Robert Hogan, Ph.D., & Joan Jacobsen
 
The Change Issue
THE CHANGE ISSUE
Change is Here. Now What?.  
Dave Ulrich
 
Escape the Change Factory
Niko Canner  
 
Mission: Turnaround
Garrett Sheridan & Lei Ton  
 
Change Today, Thrive Tomorrow
Ashley Harshak  
 
Agile Talent: The New Agents for Change
Jon Younger; Michael Kearns; Sib Mahapatra  
 
Your Change Management Survival Guide
Peter Wright 
 
The New High Potentials
Avivah Wittenberg-Cox  
 
Plus much more!.
The Bullshit Issue
THE BULLSHIT ISSUE
Performance reviews don't lead to better employees.  
Samuel A. Culbert, Ph.D.
 
Emotional intelligence isn't the key to leadership success.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Ph.D.  
 
There's no science that says focusing on strengths works better than improving weaknesses.
Rob Kaiser, M.S.  
 
There's no such thing as work-life balance, so quit promising it.
Monique Valcour, Ph.D.  
 
Employee happiness programs are completely misguided.
Lewis Garrad  
 
Power posing has absolutely no benefits at all.
Marcus Crede, Ph.D. 
 
Grit is for sandpaper, not strategy.
Ryne Sherman, Ph.D. 
 
Plus much more!.
The Boss Issue
THE BOSS ISSUE
The Cure for Incompetent Leadership  
TOMAS CHAMORRO-PREMUZIC, PH.D. & REBECCA CALLAHAN
 
Smart Bosses Build Smarter Employees
WANDA T. WALLACE, PH.D.  
 
7 Types of Bad Bosses & What to Do About Them
ALLAN H. CHURCH, PH.D. & RODNEY WARRENFELTZ, PH.D  
 
Employee Engagement Starts with the Boss
MICHAEL WATKINS, PH.D.  
 
You’re a Great Leader. Now Change
DAVE ULRICH  
 
So You Want to Be a Superboss?
SYDNEY FINKELSTEIN, PH.D.
The Female Talent Issue
THE FEMALE TALENT ISSUE
Rob Kaiser & Wanda T Wallace & Avivah Wittenberg-Cox   Buy Article
 
Joe Folkman & Joyce Palevitz & Jack Zenger  Buy Article
 
Derek Lusk & Jackie Broekhoven Sahm   Buy Article
 
Brian Kropp  Buy Article
 
Jeffrey Pfeffer   Buy Article
 
 
 
 
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There’s plenty of talk but little visible progress when it comes to female talent in the corporate world. We offer direct and challenging insights as to why that’s the case and what to do about it.

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Our Performance Issue uncovers the secrets of great performance, including managing your political capital, differentiating stars (or doing the exact opposite), being agile and much more.

Featured Articles
Issue 3

It is time for a fresh approach to gender issues. The 21st century world has changed, 60% of global graduates are women, 80% of consumer goods buying decisions (in an ever-expanding range of sectors) are made by women around the globe. Yet few companies see this as a key, global business opportunity.

Issue 5

Psychology is often accused of being little more than common sense. In a way, this is true: most of the psychological advice found in popular sources is intuitive and obvious. At the same time, however, that advice is often unsupported by any scientific evidence. This is particularly true for the self-help industry, which has hijacked psychology for mass consumption.

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