Three entities are critical to ensuring the successful acquisition and retention of a contingent workforce: the client, the managed service provider (MSP) and the suppliers who deliver talent. When a symbiotic relationship exists among each of these parties, success will follow. Clients receive the right talent, at the right time and at the right price. MSPs fulfill their vision of helping organizations unlock the potential of the extended workforce.
Sevenstep is always so pleased to be recognized along with other great providers and leaders within the industry. Awards like HRO Today’s “Baker’s Dozen” and “HR Superstars” lists as well as Talent Board’s “CandE’s” do a great job of bringing success stories in talent outsourcing to the surface for the benefit of all consumers of these services.
I was recently fortunate enough to attend a round table discussion on Innovation in Reward hosted by Juan Alonso (Head of Reward at EBRD). The BTN holds these sessions from time to time and I have always found them valuable. This particular session was focused on Reward, performance and EVP, and immediately when introductions were over I realised that I seemed to be the only non-reward professional in attendance, myself being an HR Director with a Generalist background. So, I thought as we started thi
We conducted a Q&A interview with Shea Heaver, Founder at OptimaWork, around employee engagement and business transformation.
Could you introduce yourself and what you do?
Delegation is a core leadership skill.
If you can’t effectively delegate, you will hit a point where you become totally overloaded and you’ll become ineffective.
But few companies teach people how to effectively delegate. It’s one of those things that everyone assumes you pick up as you gather experience. The problem with this approach is that you’re basically using trial and error until you get it right – if you get it right.
There are two elements to effective delegation.