Entries by Trilogy Development

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Frontline Managers: The Critical Link Between Good and Great Companies

Frontline Managers: The Critical Link Between Good and Great Companies BY RENÉE ROBERTSON Many times the question arises, “What makes a company great? Is it its products and services? Customer experience? Leadership? Culture? Its quarterly dividends? Its commitment to innovation?” If one took the time, a plethora of responses could be gathered and we would […]

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Bernardsville Talent Manager Pens ‘Coaching Solution’

Renee Robertson of Bernardsville has written a book, “The Coaching Solution: How to Drive Talent Development, Organizational Change and Business Results,” to assist human resource professionals. (Photo: Courtesy of Renée Robertson) STORY HIGHLIGHTS “The Coaching Solution” partly was inspired by author Renée Robertson’s Somerset Hills location. The book is part autobiography, part how-to manual and […]

What’s So Human About Human Resources?

What’s So Human About Human Resources? JUNE 29, 2015 ~ CHANTAL BECHERVAISE  My main job was developing talent. I was a gardener providing water and other nourishment to our top 750 people. – Jack Welch People are your company’s most valuable asset. How you treat them and help them develop and grow in their roles contributes to […]

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How to manage talent through internal coaching

How to manage talent through internal coaching Michael Solender, Contributing Writer Jul 20, 2015, 8:25am EDT Renee Robertson, founder and CEO of New Jersey-based Trilogy Development, a talent management firm. Savvy businesswomen and entrepreneurs recognize that talent management and professional development are investments in their business that can pay large dividends. “Many women in business […]

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Investors Business Daily Interview: Coaching Inside Firms Creates Top-Scoring Workers

Coaching Inside Firms Creates Top-Scoring Workers BY SONJA CARBERRY, FOR INVESTOR’S BUSINESS DAILY 07/10/2015 12:56 PM ET   A good coach can raise anyone’s game. How business experts give executives a professional boost: • Gain an edge. Coasting at work stalls careers and makes staffers feel stale. “You lose touch with what’s important to you,” said […]

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How a Coach Can Help You in Real Estate

From a coaching perspective, a Realtor® can benefit in a few ways, said author Renee Robertson. “The coaching process moves you from a reactive state to a proactive state. It helps to create a space where a Realtor® can think more strategically, and plan for what’s ahead of them, such as marketing, negotiating, etc.,” said Robertson. “Any […]