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Best Practice Case Study: Improving
Leadership Efficiency at GE Financial
Interview with Dr . Linda
Sharkey by Rich Sharp
Doctor Sharkey is currently
Executive Overseer of
Exec Networks, Incorporation.
and publisher of Enhancing
Talent: What Every Head
and Supervisor Needs to
Know to Sustain the
Linda Sharkey recognizes leadership.
Since Executive Representative of Exec Networks,
Inc. вЂ”an business that links key HR
heads through the largest corporations in the
worldвЂ”she provides people with fresh ideas,
tips, practical materials and " early warningsвЂќ on
crucial trends and innovations. She is also Strategic
Partner with the Vaya Group (formerly Business
Insights), in which she performs an integral function in their
ability practice, and a beginning member of the
Marshall Goldsmith Group.
Her past includes serving as V. P. of People
Advancement at Hewlett-Packard, where she
was responsible for establishing and driving
you’re able to send talent management initiative,
including a groundbreaking analysis process,
which enabled the organization to see the manners
it the majority of valued and culture that supported.
But what Sharkey is best known for may be the work
the lady did with leaders in GEвЂ”championing a
process that was referred to by CEO and business
icon Jack Welch as being a " greatest practice in leadership
At the core of that function are the online surveys and
inventories that Sharkey used although doing
research for her dissertationвЂ”specifically, the
statistically normed and validated tools created
simply by Human Synergistics International (HSI).
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" I actually started employing Human Synergistics'
Organizational Tradition InventoryВ® (OCIВ®)
as part of the classification toolset I selected intended for
research at my PhD plan at Benedictine
University, вЂќ said Sharkey.
Having been fascinated by the web link
between culture and management, Sharkey identified