No. Agile HR is not agile project management OR piloting by another name. But what exactly is it, and how can it help you?
The following article was originally published in Cannabis Retailer, May/June 2023. See it online at:https://mydigitalpublication.com/publication/?i=790972 by Emily Lord In today’s retail environment, where job openings are abundant and applicants are sparse, it’s more important than ever for managers to create a thriving employee experience. This includes fostering engagement, championing rewarding work, and ensuring the business is flourishing. So, what are some of the key skills that leaders need to possess to accomplish these goals and manage in a regulated environment? When to Manage Versus When to Lead In highly regulated workplaces, it’s crucial for managers to know when to manage—to focus on educating their staff, following the rules, and getting the work done. But it’s also important to be a … Read More
As an HR person, you may find yourself in a difficult situation where you need to coach a leader who is not performing well in all parts of their role.
This episode on decolonizing HR and indigenous inclusion was by request! I was totally on board. I recently took the Indigenous Canada MOOC (massive open online course) and it was fascinating and inspiring.
This video explores the complex nature of managing a crisis at work. Maybe there’s a catastrophe, but maybe it’s a smaller event that has emotionally impacted many employees. Both are crises.
I read something recently saying that organizations that trust HR are 2.9x more likely to rate them as highly effective (McLean & Co, 2023). This would make it so much easier to get ALL our work done so I knew I had to do some episodes on trust.
First of all, don’t use the word ‘fire’. That’s the first rule in terminating someone’s employment in a kind and professional manner.
While diversity is almost a fad for some companies, we also know that having a diverse team adds bottom-line value. As long as diversity is accompanied by inclusivity.
Trust is KEY to how the organization perceives HR according to a recent presentation I went to by McLean and Company. Specifically they said “non- HR respondents with high trust in their HR Departments are 2.9x more likely to also rate them as highly effective.”
The question: Is it undue hardship or is it a regular hardship? Those of us in HR in Canada need to consider this. And we can always brush up on the duty to accommodate so check out this video.