Kathleen Quinn Votaw

  • Find and develop the talent you need to grow 

    Find and develop the talent you need to grow  Webinar-on-Demand

    Watch the webinar Help Wanted: New Report Outlines How to Find & Develop Talent.    New national report outlines solutions to talent planning issues Mid-size companies consistently report difficulties with talent management, including recruiting, hiring, and retention. Through surveys, focus groups, interviews, and case studies, the Brookings Institution and the National Center for the Middle Market

  • In the race for top talent, your company size can be a strength or a weakness

    In the race for top talent, your company size can be a strength or a weakness

    Mid-size companies generate 60% of new jobs and employ about one-third of U.S. private sector workers, yet these firms consistently report difficulties with talent management, including recruiting, hiring, and retention.  There’s work to do, so it’s time to roll up your sleeves and take control. The acute workforce challenges you face—and the solutions—are clearly presented

  • Address talent issues with a gap analysis

    Address talent issues with a gap analysis

    Too often, people are an afterthought in the strategic planning process. Just as you gauge your capabilities and needs for things like equipment, suppliers, facilities and finances, you should consider whether you have the right talent on board and the right culture in place to meet your business objectives. In fact, there’s nothing more important.

  • To build a better culture, ask 3 questions

    To build a better culture, ask 3 questions

    After nearly 30 years of advising executives, I have an arsenal of recommendations, insight and answers about talent and culture. But before I can help my clients address their root issues and develop innovative solutions, I must stop and ask them several questions. Here are three key questions I ask. I encourage you to consider

  • How to leverage your corporate culture

    How to leverage your corporate culture

    Why should a CEO care about corporate culture? Because employees care about it. Employees want much more than a job. They want to be part of something rewarding, engaging and purposeful. They want to contribute to a company in a meaningful way. As a result, culture has shifted from a “nice to have” to a “must

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