Work-Life Effectiveness

Work-Life  effectiveness is a talent management strategy that fosters strong performance for both individuals and organizations over the long-term by promoting work environments that are capable of responding to changes in business needs quickly, creatively, and efficiently while providing employees the control they need to work smarter, address their non-work priorities, and be resilient and effective.

  • Catalyzing
    Will They Know Success When They See It?

    Men dominate high tech industries in the United States, but this isn’t the only reason why Marissa Mayer’s recent appointment as the CEO of Yahoo! garnered so much press. In today’s guest-post, Catalyst’s Emily Cohen, Knowledge Management Librarian, digs deeper into the debate surrounding the...

    July 25, 2012 by Emily Cohen

  • Catalyzing
    C This

    The more you work, the less you get done. Studies show that working more than 40 hours per week can decrease employee health and productivity. Find out how some innovative companies have tackled the counterproductive culture of “presenteeism” head-on, plus read about the latest news on women and...

    August 1, 2012 by Ilene H. Lang