A social gathering recently gave David Hoff, COO and VP of leadership development for EASI•Consult®, an opportunity to consider at what stage in someone’s career – or what age – you can begin identifying whether he or she is a high-potential leader.
The word agility has gotten a lot of buzz in the last few years, but where does one definition end and another begin? Before you buy into the importance of agility, be sure you understand what is really being measured and what it means for you and/or your organization.
In the age of legalized marijuana, workplace drug testing has become more complicated. Here, David Smith, PhD, president and CEO of EASI•Consult®, takes another look at this issue in the wake of more than half of all U.S. states adopting some form of medical or recreational marijuana use.
In the second article on his book, written with Warner Burke, about Learning Agility, David Hoff, COO and executive VP for EASI•Consult®, explains that all leadership tests are not created equal… and why research is important to understanding why.
The war for talent is more fierce than ever, and there is a growing belief that the people who have the highest potential are also your most agile learners. However, defining learning agility, and determining who has more of it, has remained a challenge until recently.
A book on Learning Agility by David Hoff, COO and executive VP for EASI•Consult®, and Warner Burke is set to be published soon. Ahead of that, Hoff revisits the influences and experiences that shaped their own theories and writings.
While employee performance is, more or less, a measurable evaluation, potential can be a bit trickier. Rebekah Cardenas, Ph.D., VP of Business Development and Assessment Solutions at EASI•Consult® shares the Burke LAI™ supports a scientific approach to identifying future leaders.
When you think of Russia, what honestly comes to mind first? Frozen landscapes? The heavy hand of communism? David Hoff, COO and executive VP for EASI•Consult®, shares his preconceived notions of Russia… and how they were challenged by spending time in the country and among its people.
Is it allowable to use PTO for mental health? While some employees may not be sure about their workplace policies, Rebekah Cardenas, Ph.D., EASI•Consult’s® VP of business development and assessment solutions, gives some reasons employers should consider embracing mental health as a true health issue.
A workplace shooting in California this summer is raising questions about a company’s responsibility for such on-the-job violence. Regardless of the outcome of this legal battle, David Smith, Founder and CEO of EASI•Consult®, says such instances can be avoided with some careful planning and attention to detail.