The ability to be a strategic thinker is a key characteristic of an effective leader. But one common mistake people make is to assume that strategic thinking is the exclusive domain of C-suiters or other positions with a senior title. That isn't true at all! Anyone can be a strategic thinker!
Change affects everyone both at work and in their personal lives. Sometimes it happens suddenly and without warning, and as people scramble to process what's happened, what it means, and how it will affect them, they are forced to pivot and determine how to transition that change into the "new normal."
When used in employee coaching, this model can help employees make better decisions, learn new skills, solve problems, and advance their careers.
The volume and variety of talent acquisition technologies on the market would lead even experienced HR professionals to believe that at least one of those technologies must be the key to improving the speed and quality of hiring.