6 results for tag: HR


Transforming New Hire Orientation to a Virtual Model

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed the way in which we work, moving from an office-based environment to a remote/virtual model. Managers and Human Resources professionals are being asked to quickly adapt their management styles to accommodate for ...
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Create Space for Conversations About Mental Health in the Workplace

For too long, the topic of mental health has been the ultimate work-talk taboo. The stigma that comes from vulnerable conversations about mental health can be heavy. But the statistics are too significant to ignore—1 in 5 adults experience issues with ...
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4 Characteristics You Will Need to Work at a Tech Start-up

Working for a tech startup sounds like fun—game rooms, casual dress, laid-back rules on paid time off, etc. At least that's the cliché. The reality is that working as a leader at a tech startup is a demanding job that requires a combination of hard and ...
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The Day I Learned What Leadership Looks Like

It was the early '90s, before cell phone use had fully taken off. I was working on a project for PepsiCo — 10X, for ten times improvement in ten core processes. The work was based out of Boston, but both my client, Gavin, and I lived north and south of ...
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Why HR is Losing Culture

Peter Drucker's wisdom is still profoundly important: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast." But what drives culture? Who owns it? Culture is made up of shared vision, values and beliefs, norms, language, stories and narratives, and the people, places, ...
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What CEOs Really Want from HR Leaders

Your CEO doesn’t want you to be a human resources leader—they want you to be a business leader with human resources expertise. While that may just seem like a clever turn of phrase, there’s a growing body of research that supports this concept and ...
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