It’s crucial that human resources lead the way in creating an environment where people can thrive
Top performers, working from home, the employee experience, and more.
Reducing commitment to the future is the first line of defense when that future is hard to understand, make sense of, or predict.
Here are five reads that stuck with me over the last month or so.
Here are the key takeaways from every session I attended at the SHRM Annual Conference, complete with links for connecting with speakers and/or continuous learning.
Here are 5 articles that have me thinking…
Sometimes people aren’t ready to start planning until they can’t continue doing things the way they have always been done.
HR, at its best, works tirelessly to unleash the talent of the people in its organization.
Whether you’re too busy, too tired, too overwhelmed, or just too annoyed to deal with it, there is a price to be paid for not planning.
It would be difficult to find a manager who said that they didn’t want to empower their employees. That said, it would be just as difficult to find one that actually does.