Tacy M. Byham, Ph.D., and Richard S. Wellins, Ph.D. When individual contributors become leaders for the first time, the challenges that accompany the transition can be overwhelming. The severity of those challenges is something those of us in HR shouldn’t ever lose sight of, especially given all that we can—and should—do to help new leaders […]
Category: Strategic HR
David R. Childers, CEO, Complí Laws change, technology advances, and companies face new risks. Internally, organizations must cope with staffing issues, an aging workforce, and compliance standards. To help HR professionals cope with this complexity, we asked the leading human resources and employment law experts to weigh in.
Lisa Orrell, CPC, Certified Leadership Coach Some companies perceive the concept of creating a “Personal Brand at work” to be self-serving for the employee. But the reality is there is no downside to having team members with heightened self-awareness and a willingness to improve themselves.
Dominique Jones, Vice President, Human Resources, Halogen Software We know that metrics matter in performance management, but, to paraphrase Einstein, we need to count what really counts. And beyond that, we need to make sure that what we count really impacts business results. Click here to read more.
A new study by CEB, a best practice insight and technology company, has identified the next big driver of corporate productivity: creating a “one-company” culture that requires employees to become “enterprise contributors.” Click here to read more.
By Angela Hills, EVP of Cielo For competitive edge, organizations must embrace “boomerang talent.” The recruiting of employees—who leave an organization then later return—is a crucial component of talent management and talent acquisition in today’s job-hopping environment. Click here to read more.
By Renée Robertson There are three qualities that HR professionals should have in order to shift from a tactical role to a strategic role. Let’s take each one and discuss how these qualities create a shift in capability and perception and change the HR Brand. Click here to read more.
Rather than working their way up the corporate ladder, top talent is more often looking for jobs that enable them to develop their skills and increase their value in a future role, according to a new report released by Right Management. Click here to read more.
By Elizabeth Dukes, iOffice.com While the top leaders’ instincts are much of what helped them rise to the top, many of their most valuable tools are learned skills. If you are looking to advance into a top HR leadership position, here are 10 things you must learn to do habitually every day. Click here to […]