Assessment

The Power of Data in Leadership Development

By Kristin Schepici on October 24, 2012

From a talent pool perspective, developing concrete talent measures to determine what’s working now, and how it can be replicated, is critical.

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Measuring Invisible Talent Part 2 by Charley Morrow

By Kristin Schepici on October 8, 2012

When we think about measurement, we usually think about measuring objects—their length or weight.

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Measuring Invisible Talent Part 1 by Charley Morrow

By Kristin Schepici on October 1, 2012

When we think about measurement, we usually think about measuring objects—their length or weight.

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Meet Our New Vice President of Assessments

By Kristin Schepici on September 13, 2012

Dr. Morrow will join the team to oversee Linkage’s Assessment practice globally.

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Consultant’s Corner with Jill Ihsanullah

By Kristin Schepici on May 1, 2012

This week Linkage Principal Consultant, Jill Ihsanullah discusses measurement and Linkage’s Return on Leadership Development program.

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Executive Coaching: What is it?

By Rita Buscher Kulis on October 17, 2011

If you have read about our Global Institute for Leadership Development, you know that one-on-one coaching is an integral part of the experience. But what is coaching and why is it so important? One of the most important things to realize about

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From Silicon Valley to Wall Street – the “Girls Club” is getting smaller

By Kristin Schepici on September 9, 2011

After two years leading the wealth-management division at the nation’s largest bank, Bank of America Corporation, Sallie Krawcheck was let go this week. Krawcheck’s removal was due to “reshuffling of the top ranks” by the company’s CEO Brian Moynihan. The Los Angeles Times reports “Sallie Krawcheck’s departure from a high-ranking job at Bank of America spotlights a trend on Wall Street: Women, in recent years, have lost their jobs more often than men.” According to Economic Policy Institute, between 2007 and 2010, 12.5% of women in the financial industry lost their jobs, compared to only 8.8% of men.

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Free Webinar Recording: Retention and Your High-Potential Leaders: Alarming Statistics Revealed

By Kristin Schepici on May 3, 2011

In this research-based session learn the findings from Harvard Business Review on key issues that your organization needs to acknowledge and address in order to retain your high potential leaders.

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Succession Management: Who Are Your Future Major Leaguers?

By admin on October 29, 2010

Every June, Major League Baseball (MLB) drafts 1500 players from high schools and colleges across the United States and Puerto Rico. It is important to understand that this player pool of 1500 is a very select group as it represents

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The Story of the High Impact Leadership Model and the Development of the Leadership Assessment Instrument

By admin on June 22, 2010

The Leadership Assessment Instrument consistently predicts high performance and discriminates specifically in behaviors that impede success of lower performing leaders. It is now used by hundreds of organizations in over 50 countries. It has also proven to provide valuable information for leaders and leadership teams from entry level leaders to very senior leaders. This is an unusual and highly significant characteristic as it advances broader usage and application providing a wide range of opportunities for organizations of all sizes, regardless of the nature of the organization.

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