“Attracting and Retaining Talent is a very timely book that asks the critical questions, presents clear and concise guidance, and shares examples of where organizations are getting it right.”
co-author of the bestselling and award-winning book The Leadership Challenge; Executive Fellow of Leadership, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University.
“Tim Baker’s new book revolutionizes the way to view and conduct employee appraisals. His method is brilliant in its simplicity and highly effective in its approach. ‘The End’ for the traditional performance review but just the beginning for a groundbreaking new model.”
Marshall Goldsmith, PhD
Global leadership thinker and million-selling author or editor of 32 books, including the New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There .
- Why won’t managers talk to their staff about performance?
- A time-saving strategy to rate employee performance
- Re-appraising appraisals
- Creating an upward spiral in performance reviews
- The end of the performance review: A new approach to appraising employee performance
- Obsessed with weaknesses
- 64.3% of Australian workers are disengaged
- Performance appraisals aren’t working down under
- A new approach to appraising performance
- Bye bye job descriptions
- Say good-bye to job descriptions
- Can your strengths become your weaknesses?
- The five conversations
- The end of the performance review?
- The end of the performance review: A new approach to appraising employee performance (Ezine@rticles)
- Time to ditch the performance appraisal
- Are your performance appraisals a help or hindrance?
- Don’t rate people, develop them
Learning and Development
- A case study in conversing, learning and turnover
- Putting yourself in their shoes
- L & D is more than skill development
- Does the HRD industry have a future?
- L & D is obsessed with weaknesses
- Learning and flow
- Learning styles and cultures
- Learning and engagement go hand in hand
- Where does L & D belong?
- Happy sheets: Are they here to stay?
- Food for thought
- The new learning paradigm
Management and Leadership
- Four essential strategies to influence participants
- Australian managers not up to scratch
- How much influence do you have?
- Why don’t managers believe in recognition?
- How do you increase productivity?
- Have we been wrong about productivity for 200 years?
- Towards a new employment relationship model: Merging changing needs and interests of organisation and individual (doctoral thesis)
- The new mindset model
- The new employment contract
- Do Australian workers ‘work to live’
- Australians are misunderstood
- Fake work