Workforce Magazine features Cambria’s George Klemp on how to build succession planning into an organization’s strategic plan.
Fast Company publishes Cambria’s George Klemp on new talent development strategy to win the war for talent.
Workforce Magazine features Cambria’s Ellen Kumata on how best to demonstrate the effectiveness of coaching.
George Klemp writes in Businessweek on the succession planning lessons from Microsoft’s pick of a new CEO.
Cambria Partner George Klemp is featured in Training magazine (July/August, 2013) on how best to motivate employees to engage in new training and skills development. George’s article focuses on tying training to career advancement. Learn why organizations need to make...
Cambria partner Ellen Kumata is quoted in a Fast Company article on what companies will have to do to meet the evolving needs of the new millennial workforce.
Read George Klemp’s comments about “relentless benevolent dictators” and other reflections in his published letter to Fortune’s editor.
The article coauthored by Cambria partner John Hendrickson focuses on the need to think broadly about leadership products (e.g., coaching, action learning, executive education) and bring them together under an integrated framework or solution.
Cambria’s managing director was quoted in the October issue of CLO in the article “Becoming a Change Agent.”
This article chronicles how a company created sustainable behavior change and began to change the culture of the company through executive coaching.
In a 2007 issue of the coaching journal IJCO, the authors’ 2006 article was republished in a special issue of the journal honoring the journal’s best articles since its inception. Three of the original article’s authors wrote this commentary on their article to accompany it in the special issue.