The Human Talent Network is a community site focused on educating the public on issues of social and organizational science and practice. It is the ideal site for professionals in the various management and human resource-based professions and for leading academics dedicating their careers in understanding the human element.
HTN relies on up-to-date news editorials by staff, who have both academic and business experience, as well as community submissions also managed by the editorial team.
Our site is built so that more of our members can "vote" on content to ensure its maximum visibility. In addition to being able to "like" a post, you can also comment and rate based on unique categories (is it inspirational, though provoking, helped you apply?) ensuring that the community decides which editorials stay on the front page for longer.
Every article written by community members of the HTN aim to inspire, provoke thought, or help others apply knowledge.
It forms the center of our principles, editorial process, and vision for the talent disciplines.
Community article submissions are rated by the editor, and by community, on those the level of inspiration, thought, and application value of the article(s).