Millennials, generation Z, and social media: three predictions about how the recruiting and talent landscape will change. Read on: As millennials enter managerial roles, workplace dynamics are sure to shift.
“Company success links directly to what talent management, employee engagement and organizational culture have in common. The causal link among the three elements is powerful. It’s much like a rowing crew’s connection among rowers, oars, and scull.”
“HR functions around the world have been transforming and reshaping themselves for the past two decades in pursuit of a business-aligned, effective and efficient HR service delivery model that contribu...”
During five years of international HR consulting for a range of organizations, I noticed that companies of all sizes (from small businesses to the global Fortune 100) had something in common: When HR was perceived by others to deliver the most...
For the Dutch technology company, learning is a tool with which to ensure business viability. Yashwant Mahadik is leading its efforts to change the learning function to facilitate a global business transformation.
Monica describes gamification as a valuable business tool for both internal and external purposes, providing a strategy for spicing up routine activities of companies and helping them to improve team performance, foster collaboration between team...
You’ve probably heard conventional advice about networking: Practice your elevator pitch, try approaching people standing alone (they’ll be happy someone is talking to them), memorize icebreaker questions (“How did you hear about this group?” “What’s the most difficult part of your job?”)
Those are fine pieces of advice for certain kinds of events and certain kinds of people (ahem, extroverts). But what if the thought of going to such an event in the first place fills you with anxiety?
Conventional wisdom and practical application support the notion that “no job is too big with the right tool.” From our numerous in-depth conversations and best practice sessions with CLOs and Training and Development directors over the last few decades, we are convinced that “giving managers coaching skills, along with the right tools at the right time, will yield the greatest learning impact.”
Content curation, I believe, is a foundational key to how to both create (from scratch) and share (other people’s work in your industry) great content your fans and followers will engage with and read. In a world of over-saturated content, it’s hard to find great content and know where to start. With the right tools and the right way to go about it, I think curation can hold the key to a better content future in 2015.
There is no denying that diversity in the workplace is good for business, but first and foremost, HR needs to focus on hiring for the top talent. Is there any reason to think a company can’t have both?