Have you had a great mentor? It was really helpful right? And if it was helpful to you, wouldn’t it be powerful for organizations?
Ever wondered how to get promoted? Don’t wait for someone else to do something about it. You will have to put yourself ‘out there’ and advocate for yourself!
I did an episode on ROI (“return on investment”). Even HR can leverage standard financial techniques to analyze our projects.
Don’t do an HR audit if you think anything less than an A+ is failure. We don’t assign grades, but an absence of suggestions leave no opportunity for growth.
Let’s talk about handling those “difficult” employees we encounter as HR professionals. You know, the ones who regularly seem to make our lives a bit more ‘interesting’?
The cliche (probably true) is that most of us are terrified of public speaking. This is likely true in HR too and yet the skill will increase our effectiveness, improve support for our work and help us advance. But how?
I am a bit tired of how HR uses retention to justify everything from benefits and employee relations to our budget and training.
Workplace culture is crucial for high performance and a big part of that is psychological safety: can your employees express themselves without fear of negative consequences?
Improving the employee experience can be done in 5 steps. I didn’t say easy – but it also isn’t that hard considering that step 1 is simply to CARE.
I have been to sooooo many presentations where the presenter says “and this will increase retention!!!” as a selling feature for their product or initiative. But will it?