There is a great amount of great writing out there to help make us better HR executives and leaders. Here is a summary of some of the better items I am reading: WHAT ARE HR LEADERS THINKING ABOUT NOW? Kris Dunn over at Fistful of Talent (Blogger and Twitter) writes this week about HR CLEANUP. As an HR Professional – things you have to clean up after the holidays. What really happened at those holiday Christmas parties? Tim Sackett at [...]
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Featured HR Leadership Trends Predictions
There is a great amount of great writing out there to help make us better HR executives and leaders. Here is a summary of some of the better items I am reading: WHAT ARE HR LEADERS THINKING ABOUT NOW? Kris Dunn over at Fistful of Talent (Blogger and Twitter) writes this week about HR CLEANUP. As an HR Professional – things you have to clean up after the holidays. What really happened at those holiday Christmas parties? Tim Sackett at [...]Read more →
2020 Workplace Featured New this week!
On December 30, 2011, Gallup provided a retrospective of the top findings for 2011. Lymari Morales summarizes trends that demonstrate the sentiment of America. I have isolated 8 findings that HR and Learning professionals should be aware of. A new low 44.6% of Americans report getting their healthcare through an employer. Gallup reports that actively disengaged workers have lower wellbeing than those who are unemployed. In April, Gallup’s global employment tracking reveals that 27% of young adults in the global [...]Read more →
Featured Future of HR
What is in store for HR Technology in 2012? Bill Kutik hosted the “Fourth Annual Predict and Prepare Webinar.” Sponsored by Workday, Kutik asked three prominent HR Tech consultants on their view of 2012, especially in light of some of the consolidations happening in the HR Tech world. Kutik is the co-chair of the HR Technologies Conference, a technology columnist for Human Resource Executive Magazine and is the host of the Bill Kutik Radio Show as well as “Firing Line [...]Read more →
Featured Mobile Learning
Forrester will be hosting their “Content and Collaboration Forum 2011″ in September in Boston. During this years themed event, “Unleash the Mobile Workforce” they will cover perspectives in mobile technologies, content management, social applications and collaboration platforms. Forrester believes that five years from now, almost half of US workers, about 63 million people, will work virtually. Forrester believes this is a dramatic shift that will “change everything” including IT department needed to create new information workplaces strategies, needed for people [...]Read more →
Mark Miller, Vice President, Training and Development, Chik-fil-A, gave a keynote speech today at the CLO SYMPOSIUM. He reminds us of knowledge from his book, “The Secret: What Great Leaders Know and Do” co-authored with Kenneth BlanchardRead more →
Over the last ten years, I have spent a lot of time helping great companies develop in emerging market locations. Consequently, a lot of my clients ask me, “Rick, how come leadership development is not working like it works in the US?” If you plan to implement leadership development programs rooted in western style leadership principles, you will not be successful. Our own ability to lead is based upon a set of principles we have learned from the sum of [...]Read more →
Future of HR
On February 3, 2011, Kevin Oakes, of i4cp hosted a panel discussion at the ASTD Tech Knowledge convention in San Jose, California. He invited a panel of Chief Learning officers to give their perspective on a series of strategic learning topics. This is a transcript of some of the converstation that took place during the discussion: TH203 A VIEW FROM THE TOP On February 3, 2011, Kevin Oakes, of i4cp hosted a panel discussion at the ASTD Tech Knowledge convention [...]Read more →
Getting From A to B
The person in my life that I first ever called my best friend was a girl named Kelly. We went to first grade together in a small Kansas town of 1200 people. We didn’t go to kindergarten, because there was none. But during the summer before we started first grade, Kelly and I were chosen to attend a teachers conference as “special students.” We were not told why. But we were placed in a room, and were given very special [...]Read more →