Building Culture
Brandon Kinsey

It’s On the Leaders

Execution, especially when crisis calls for rapid adaptation, is all about people. Quickly pivoting to a new strategy? It’s on the employees. Finding creative ways to operate despite shortages? It’s on the employees. Staying focused on what matters despite uncertainty? It’s on the employees.

Best Practices
Lisa Kinsey

5 ways PI Design can help you build winning teams

Assembling that Avengers-level team can be daunting. All-star talent is hard to come by. Even if you do have superheroes you can call upon, those personalities may fail to gel as a cohesive whole.

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Brandon Kinsey

The Two Numbers on Every Executive’s Mind

Why does the vast majority of companies fail to meet their goals and grow? The single biggest factor to determine whether the strategy will be successful is obvious: the entire company must be aware of the strategy.

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Lisa Kinsey

How to create a talent management strategy

Has your company ever struggled to hold onto important employees? Has it ever hired the wrong people? Or hired the right people, but they struggled to succeed? These are all signs your talent management strategy is unsuccessful—or nonexistent.

Employee Retention
Lisa Kinsey

5 Effective Tips to Reduce Employee Turnover

Employee engagement is critical to boosting retention rates. And while a wide variety of factors influences engagement, research has found the relationship employees have with their immediate manager accounts for 70% of employee engagement variance.

Best Practices
Lisa Kinsey

5 Strategies to Prevent Employee Turnover

Every great business is driven by great employees. That means reducing turnover isn’t just about reducing cost. It can be the difference between your organization failing–or dominating the competition.

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Lisa Kinsey

Attracting Top Talent In 2022

You need to know that a candidate has the skills to succeed, but also that they will fit within your team and company culture. People data can bolster your hiring and retention efforts by giving you insights into a person’s head and heart, as well as their briefcase.

Execution
Brandon Kinsey

The secret of execution is people. Ask these 1,700 executives.

In her groundbreaking study led by Harvard and Salesforce during the pandemic, famed innovation expert Linda Hill asked 1,700 executives: 97% said that their companies would not remain competitive unless they embarked on a digital transformation.

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Brandon Kinsey

Culture and Strategy Are Two Sides of the Same Coin

The key is not to determine great values and behaviors; it is to determine the right ones, those which will translate your business goals into the daily actions of your employees, those that will inch you closer to your goal.

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Best Practices
Lisa Kinsey

How team leadership skills enable performance—and retention

A good leader supports their team and sets them up for success. They give people the resources they need to do their jobs well. A great leader does all the above, but with a keen sense of their people’s behavioral drives, preferences, and stretches.

Balanced Metrics
Brandon Kinsey

Uncertainty Is Not An Excuse

In this perfect storm, executives are challenged to follow a clear strategic path: should they continue to contain cost at the expense of new products? Should they pivot to address new demand, without knowing if it will evaporate when things return to normal? How can they move in-person customer service excellence online?

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Lisa Kinsey

Cost of a Bad Hire: It’s More than You Think

Amid the Great Resignation, recruiting and retention costs are on the rise as competition heats up for high-performing workers. And while many organizations are eager to snap up promising professionals, making hasty hiring decisions can lead to serious losses.

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Diversity & Inclusion
Brandon Kinsey

Inclusivity & Diversity in Sales: Why and How it Boosts Revenue

The primary benefit of building an inclusive culture and strong workplace diversity is the range of perspectives gained. Workplaces with a lack of diversity and inclusion are more likely to struggle to develop innovative or unique solutions to business problems.