continue reading » Talent hoarding is prevalent and detrimental. According to a survey, more than 50 percent of managers admitted they keep their team members from growing and advancing—for a variety of reasons. Unfortunately, this practice can cause lowered staff morale and engagement, increased turnover, and a lessened ability to do internal recruiting.As my guest on the CUES Podcast Episode 60, Annette Matthies, founder/CEO of Aspen Edge Consulting, explains how to tell if you are hoarding talent. One clue is if team members have been in place for a really long time—and no one is getting new experiences.“It’s a hidden problem and we don’t talk about it,” Matthies says in the show. “We know that what gets measured gets done. It’s something for businesses to start doing looking at” and developing metrics for.Matthies, who wil be a speaker at CUES’ Directors Conference this December in Hawaii, says high potential organizations are two times as likely to prioritize talent movement in their businesses. The benefits of employees moving throughout the organization is better engagement and idea sharing across departments. Importantly, she adds, talent movement helps to develop people and get them ready to be promoted from within—expanding the organization’s hiring pool. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (Oct. 4) – A pair of $1,500 to win features for Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modifieds are on tap at Bakersfield Speedway’s 31st annual Budweiser Nationals this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7 and 8.Both 40-lap features are 2017 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifying events and pay a minimum of $100 to start.Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods begin qualifying on Friday. They’ll race 30 laps for $1,500 to win on Saturday. The complete program for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars totes a $600 to win feature and will be run Saturday.Car and driver is $90 each night for the Modifieds, $105 for both days for the SportMods and $150 to start in the rear for Saturday qualifying only, and $65 Saturday for the Stock Cars. Pit passes are $40.Pit gates open at noon both days, pre-race tech starts at 12:15 p.m. and racing starts at 5 p.m. RACEceivers and transponders are required.Friday grandstand admission is $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and military and $7 for kids ages 6-12. On Saturday, spectator admission is $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and military and $9 for kids ages 6-12. Five and under get in free both days.More information is available at the www.bakersfieldspeedway.com website or by calling 661 393-3373.