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Generation Gap – July 2015 Radio interview with Dr. Curtis Odom available on ernlive.
How Not to Alienate Your Employees (Hint: Don’t Hire From the Outside) by Dr. Curtis Odom July 2015. Published in Entrepreneur. Read more about this topic here.
Forget ‘Exit Interviews.’ Here’s Why You Should Conduct Stay Interviews Instead. by Dr. Curtis Odom July 2015. Published in Entrepreneur. Read the article here.
The Problem With Hiring Millennials. Article published in Forefront June 2015 by Dr. Curtis Odom. Read the article here.
Not a millennial? You might be making these common career mistakes. Article published in Today.com June 2015. Read the article here.
Stuck in middle management? Five ways out as described in the May 4, 2012 “Ask Annie” column online at Fortune Magazine. Read Anne’s Column
Part of making things happen in your career, as a company or as an individual, is taking a hard look at things and saying, “These are my flaws. These are my shortcomings. These are my self-defeating actions where I’ve shot my success in the foot.” Read this article: MilitaryWriters.com
Career Advancement: How to benefit from being a boomerang employee article by Wallace Immen, May 25, 2012
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Is Talent Management Really HR’s Job? June 22, 2012
Talent management strategist Curtis L. Odom explains why innovative companies must have leaders who manage fully and outlines the balance that should exist between managing staff and managing numbers Read Business Review USA: “Talent Management” article
GENERATION X: Stuck In The Middle July 13, 2012
After the boomers and before the millennials, this group is still struggling to define themselves in the workplace. Dr. Curtis Odom offers sage advice for his peers Read Ebony.com Article
Add It Up! Talent Management is Not HR’s Job by Curtis L. Odom, Ed.D. Talent management is typically considered a responsibility of HR. Yet small businesses that thrive and grow have leaders who understand that they are not only in charge of managing their budget and numbers, but the people that work for them as well. Read complete Business Know How article
Keeping Your Gen Xer Top Talent … Not Just the High Potentials. Read Excerpt from Chapter Six of “Stuck In The Middle: A Generation X View of Talent Management” by Curtis L. Odom, Ed.D.
In Today’s Workforce, A High IQ Isn’t Enough. Read BusinessReviewUSA article
Odom: In Today’s Workforce, a High IQ Isn’t Enough. Read CNBC Article
The Advocates with Richard Garfunkel – Wednesday, May 23, 2012
The Rusty Humphries Show – Friday, April 27, 2012