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Power Ideas are a compilation of weekly writings on topics of importance to our readers. Each of our Strategic Partners contribute articles that will share important ideas and techniques to assist you in continual improvement of your organization and its people. Use the links on the right to find articles relevant to your specific business challenges. Find a topic by using the “Search Power Ideas” form.
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I can clearly remember making the statement, years ago, that HPISolutions would NEVER offer training on a virtual basis… fast-forward to today and we are in our third year of virtual training and expanding our offerings at a rapid pace. … Continue reading
As explored in an earlier “Power Idea”, the basic motivations for all people are virtually embedded into our DNA. We’re all motivated to secure food, water, shelter, warmth when it’s cold, safety and security from predators (human & animal). However, … Continue reading
In the final quarter of 2019 (hard to believe!) we thought it would be good to look at the bigger picture, and that is PEOPLE MANAGEMENT – a global perspective For most of us as leaders, managing people is our … Continue reading
Over the last quarter, we have brought forth a series of articles designed to help our readers understand various ideas and concepts that would assist them in the continuous development of their new hires and knowing how to create the … Continue reading
There is continuing discourse in all sectors (public, private, healthcare and non-profit) regarding the effective retention of talented employees. There is consistent agreement that this activity is more problematic and challenging than hiring these people. The retention of employees is … Continue reading
Organizations are setting challenging strategic goals to remain competitive in the marketplace they do business in. They are also striving to lead in that marketplace. They all agree that the driving engine to success is the performance of their employees. … Continue reading
The 21st century will continue to be challenging and problematic for organizations and their leaders. There will be unanticipated and unplanned change, uncertainty and marketplace upheaval. There will be increased pressure from the boards and directors of organizations to remain … Continue reading
Organizational leaders, self-pro-claimed generational experts and marketing specialists overly use generational labels and their associated stereotypes. These labels seem to conveniently simplify the complex diversity of people in today’s workplace. Ask yourself, are the characteristics assigned to these generational labels … Continue reading
Generation Z (also known as Gen Z) are those workers born between the mid-1990’s to early 2000’s and depending on the final dates the number will either be the smaller generation or will roughly be about 2 billion people. Let’s … Continue reading
Generation Y (also known as Millennials, Net-sters, the Internet Generation and the Echo Boomers) are those workers born between 1981 and 1996 and number roughly 75 million people. Let’s continue looking at this generation in today’s workforce and discover their … Continue reading