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Top Human Capital Blogs in 2015

Wednesday, December 30, 2015
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What do talent development professionals in human capital care about? Do you see any themes?

Here are the top 10 blog articles from ATD's Human Capital Community:

  1. Signs of a Learning Culture by Stephen Gill

  2. Positive Change Management Starts With Yourself by Elad Levinson

  3. Employee Motivation: The Neuroscience Connection by Ryann Ellis

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  4. Developing a Learning Culture: An Infographic by Stephen Gill

  5. The Purpose of Performance Management: Redefining Aspirations by Dr. Elaine D. Pulakos and Dr. Rose Mueller-Hanson

  6. Forget Work-Life Balance, Pursue Well-Being Instead by Beth Cabrera

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  7. Employee Engagement Spectrum: Myths Versus Facts by Tracy Maylett

  8. A Path to Performance Management Reform by Dr. Elaine D. Pulakos and Dr. Rose Mueller-Hanson

  9. How Analytics Drives Talent Development by Ryann Ellis

  10. Is Kindness the Missing Link to Employee Performance? by Dan Schwartz

In 2015 we learned that harvesting an organization with a strong learning culture to support high performance starts with its leaders. When a leader values learning, it becomes contagious for the people around to strive for more. Redefining and understanding a new path to performance management, as well as adopting a positive workplace and the neurological connection, also were top priorities for organizations in 2015.
Look out for more articles and content on improving your work culture and managing talent next year. Leave a comment with other topics you'd like to see covered as well next year! If you haven't already or you're still thinking about how to start the 2016, take a look at the ATD Talent Management Handbookfor an overview of these topics and more.

About the Author

Christine V. Edmond is the former senior specialist for ATD Communities of Practice and also serves as the communications director for the Alliance for Women in Media - National Capital Area Chapter. Christine enjoys and has experience working in multimedia production (audio, video, and print), marketing, client relations, outreach, development, creative services, and strategic communications. She received a BA in broadcast journalism from the American University. Visit www.christinevedmond.com for more information.

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