Tag: Leadership Training

What’s the Difference Between CHRO and CPO?

In the hierarchy of modern corporate structures, the roles of Chief People Officer (CPO) and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) stand out as pivotal to organizational success. However, there is often some confusion and misunderstanding about the similarities and differences between these two C-suite roles. While both positions focus on human capital, their scope and […]

Why Leaders Should be Creating a Culture of Genuine Employee Well-Being 

Human sustainability and employee well-being are consistently innovating board-level agenda items. However, despite leaders feeling positive about their efforts and initiatives, statistics indicate that workers are not so convinced.  According to Deloitte’s latest Well-being at Work survey, 74% of employees say improving their well-being is more important than career advancement. Human sustainability, therefore, is still […]

Best of A Seat at the Table Podcast 2023

Research increasingly shows that diverse and inclusive workplaces earn deeper trust and more commitment from their employees. Furthermore, for a majority of employed U.S. adults (56%), focusing on increasing DEI at work is a good thing, according to a new Pew Research Center survey.  While preparing for the new year, let’s take a look back at HR […]

Why Good Leaders Go Bad

By a show of hands, I ask in my leadership workshops, how many of you have worked for a bad boss or bosses? Reliably, almost every hand shoots up. Enduring a jerk of a boss seems to be a workforce universal constant in every industry. This is reflected in popular culture in movies like Horrible […]

Want to Be a Great Leader? Be an Influencer, Not Just a Doer

Today’s leaders typically ascended to their roles after demonstrating their ability to do the work and deliver results. But upon rising to a supervisory position, too many leaders fail to make a shift that’s increasingly critical in the modern workplace: They haven’t evolved from doers to influencers. Traditional, top-down leadership is no longer viable given […]

Help Managers Grow Their Spines and Manage Abrasive Leadership Behavior

In this age of heightened awareness of inequality, bias, and bad behavior concerning sex, gender, race, age, and ethnicity, employers are increasingly required to provide psychologically safe workplaces characterized by respectful treatment. To do this, employers must be prepared to manage unacceptable conduct effectively. The conduct of abrasive leaders (otherwise known as bosses who bully) […]

How to Use Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

We live in an ever-changing world and the workplace is no different. From record-high burnout levels to mass layoffs, and fears of a recession, HR leaders have tried on a myriad of hats in an effort to retain talent and keep them engaged, productive, and happy. Still, the workplace remains rampant with buzzwords like The […]

How to Improve Leader Communication Skills

Everywhere you look, the stats are alarmingly clear: Leaders are not effectively communicating, and it’s negatively impacting their organization’s success. 86% of employees and executives cite the lack of effective collaboration and communication as the main cause of workplace failures (Salesforce). Only 7% of U.S. workers strongly agree that communication is accurate, timely, and open […]

That’s a Wrap on HR Leadership Week 2022!

In honor of HR professionals across the country, HR Daily Advisor celebrated you throughout the week of August 1-5! As the week comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at all our online events and digital resources that helped HR professionals grow and develop in their roles! Monday Featured Article | Critical Leadership Required Post-Pandemic Companies are […]

The Plague of Busywork

Parents, coaches, and managers all generally tend to keep their charges occupied one way or another. But when there isn’t much necessary, productive work to do, they’re typically tasked with busywork, or tasks that are designed just to keep people busy and that don’t necessarily have a useful end result. What is Busywork? Examples of […]