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This research adds evidence to the subject of continuous investment in employees in organizations. I have been interested in the value of people management for years and in the development of leadership in particular. I focus on MANAGERIAL COACHING AND PERFORMANCE. While some authors maintain that managers would do well to spend more time coaching their employees to improve their performance, a review of the literature I did, up to 2010, revealed that the positive impact of managerial coaching on employee development and performance was not yet established. A survey I conducted in Quebec’s financial services sector changed that. I concur with you that “each critical topic, and the critical activities it entails, needs to be carried out in parallel”. We need to start talking and acting in “and” mode if we want steady and sustainable performance. And working on cooperation between HR and management might a very positive way to enhance the bottom line!

  • - drecarole
  • 28, Jan 2013 10:24 AM

One of the most over-used but under-realized clichés is to treat employees like assets. Companies “must regard their human capital as an asset worthy of continual investment.” It’s a good mantra but one that companies find difficult to heed for two (2) main reasons: ownership and self-interest. More here... http://bit.ly/TnM506

  • - andy_mcf
  • 10, Jan 2013 09:23 AM

The full report will be released tomorrow - October 18, 2012!

  • - vonderLinden.Carsten
  • 17, Oct 2012 04:11 PM

This interesting study should really persuade some service companies like investment banks to treat HR divisions not just as mere ''supporting divisions'' but as the heart of the business.

  • - gio89
  • 12, Oct 2012 01:03 PM

any updates on when the whole report will be released?

  • - bgolfing
  • 10, Oct 2012 12:56 PM