These were the top Talent Economy stories for the week of January 22-26, 2018:
Talent10x: What Makes a Great Team?: Managing Editor Frank Kalman talks with Cisco’s Ashley Goodall about how the tech firm uses people analytics to determine what creates a high-performing team. Listen here or subscribe to Talent10x on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play or Tunein.
3 Phrases to Drop When Building a Modern Learning Culture: When working on a modern learning strategy, keep up with the times by scrapping some common phrases, writes Talent Economy Influencer Whitney Kilgore.
Frank Kalman, Signing Off …: Managing Editor Frank Kalman bids farewell to Talent Economy’s readers as he embarks on a new career journey.
What Makes a Good Executive Coach?: With executive coaching still a nascent field, what are the qualifications of a good coach? Senior Editor Lauren Dixon has the story.
Finally, these are the top talent stories we’re reading from around the web for Friday, January 26, 2018:
Struggling to fill jobs in the U.S., employers are looking to an unsuspecting place: Puerto Rico, where unemployment is high and where its citizens aren’t required to have visas to come north to work, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The future of work in Africa is uncertain because of technology’s promise or perhaps because of it, writes Quartz.
Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, rose slower than expected in the fourth quarter, according to Business Insider.
Here’s how to deal with a passive-aggressive boss, according to Harvard Business Review.
Finally, why cold emails are the best business practice for entrepreneurs, via Inc.
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