Determining whether an employee “can be saved” or “coached to greater success” isn’t a simple “yes or no” question. It’s an educated risk or assessment. The best guess answer is arguably grounded in the CHIC variables, which define a continuum of likely coaching success.
Casino Journal and AETHOS Consulting Group have be examining corporate governing practices for more than a decade. This year’s study includes 26 companies that have significant business concerns in the gaming industry. This study examines board makeup, independence, committee structure and pay-for-performance in determining a governance score for each company.
Most restaurant chains receive failing grades when it comes to corporate board gender diversity - according to a recent study by Harvard Business Review, females are one of the most powerful economic forces in the world. In the U.S., women make up more than 50% of the population and account for over 80% of consumer spend. If this is the case, why do so few females occupy seats in the corporate boardroom?
New research reveals that your workplace surveys and assessments are not as legally-defensible or valid as you expect. James Houran, Ph.D., AETHOS’ organizational psychologist and psychometrician, shares his latest peer-reviewed research on the hidden biases in your tools that could be putting you at risk for bad business decisions and even discrimination lawsuits.
Via case studies and psychometric testing, AETHOS CEO Keith Kefgen and Managing Director James Houran, Ph.D. demonstrate an integrated set of contemporary lessons, accomplishments, and theories underscoring leadership development. The authors give readers a realistic yet motivational path for embracing the inherent solitude of leadership and turning it into personal and professional success.