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Grow Employee Engagement with Managers Who Are Excellent at Managing


As the backbone of your business, middle managers are front and center in driving employee engagement and fostering learning. There’s a reason middle managers have such a direct impact here — when a manager is engaged, employees are engaged.

Paying It Forward: Niroop Srivatsa’s Approach to Mentoring Emerging Leaders


As a seasoned city planner and mentor, Niroop Srivatsa believes in paying forward what she’s learned. “I’m I’m at a place in my life where I want to give back,” she said of mentoring others.

Empowering Middle Management for Successful Organizational Change


In today’s world, change is a constant for businesses. With increasing technology disruptions, market changes, and globalization, organizations no longer have the luxury of preparing for, implementing, and subsequently debriefing a change.

How To Master Public Speaking


As we progress professionally, inevitably the opportunities to speak come up more frequently, This can be in front of a team at a meeting, at a company all hands, or an industry conference. These opportunities are exciting but can also be nerve-wracking.

The Essential Guide to Recruiting Performers

When your company needs to bring on new talent, it's tempting to do whatever it takes. But hiring just anyone isn't the solution. Download JazzHR's, The Essential Guide to Hiring Performers, to learn how you can create a scalable recruiting process that results in great hires.

How to Improve Retention of High-Potential Employees


In recent years, employee turnover has become an increasing problem. In fact, half of Millennials don’t expect to stay in their role for more than a year. Considering Millennials make up over a third of the US workplace, this is staggering. Retaining high-performing Millennials helps your business.

How To Strengthen Your Network: Executives Weigh In


In honor of Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day , we kicked off an online community series, where experienced Everwise Mentors address a collection of questions submitted by the community on a designated topic.

How Millennials want to Work and Live


There are more Millennials in the workforce than any previous generation, including Baby Boomers. In a study by PwC, researchers found that Millennials already form 25% of the workforce in the US and will form 50% of the global workforce by 2020.

Increase Employee Retention with Career Pathing


As businesses compete to attract top-notch talent, the need to retain and engage existing employees becomes increasingly important. One option: help employees with their career development. One in four Millennials would switch from their current job to do something new, or join another organization.

Building your Learning Experience! What’s it all about?

Join Jesse Novak as he covers what building a Learning Experience is all about, how this should tie into your company culture and why building a foundation around fun, value and recognition is important to engagement. We’ll also discuss how this ties into Gamification and Badging programs to build a brand beyond your organization.

HR in 2017: New Bersin by Deloitte report predicts most disruptive year ever


If anyone has a crystal ball into the trends that will shape and redefine how HR leaders approach their work, it’s Josh Bersin, Principal at Bersin by Deloitte.

The Keys To Leading A Happy, Motivated Team


Job hopping, moving from one company to the next every year or two, seems to be more common now than ever.

Key to Success: Piecing Together A Top Notch Personal Board of Directors


January is National Mentoring Month. While we typically think of mentorship as a one-on-one relationship, as the workplace changes, having just one or two disparate mentors is no longer sufficient.

The Keys to Building an Effective Onboarding Program


When your company grows, it can be difficult to think about anything other than keeping your head above water as you navigate constant change.

Learning Insights Guide 2017: Progress with Purpose

Navigating the ever-changing world of eLearning can be a challenge, but many people are finding a way to manage it, as well as a clear path forward. With Learning Insights, you can develop an even clearer sense of purpose, taking your vision to reality.

How Technology Will Transform the HR Organization


HR professionals are ultra savvy about employees’ needs and how companies can use technology to increase retention, and down the line, boosting corporate profits. Indeed, the proliferation of HR tech startups gives a sense of how mainstream this use of technology is becoming.

Five Tips for Successful Goal-Setting


At the start of every new year come the expectations to set new goals, along with the plans to achieve them. If you’re a manager, the responsibility extends to managing team goals as well. To set these goals, many people use the S.M.A.R.T.

Build a Team of Personalities: One Consultant’s Approach to Improving Employee Engagement


Personality tests like DISC, Myers-Briggs, Caliper, and others are a standard part of the hiring and onboarding processes in many organizations , but their results aren’t widely shared and discussed.

Everwise Named Top HR Product of 2016 by Human Resource Executive


From day one at Everwise, our goal has been to reimagine the way today’s workforce stays connected to the people and resources they need to thrive. We knew that building a best-in-class talent development solution would be a determining factor in our success.

The importance of your Learning Culture and Experience

Join Jesse Novak, Adobe eLearning Evangelist, in exploring thoughts on Learning Cultures inside organizations and how these are impacted by the learning experience. We'll talk about how learning can be made fun, and learners can be kept engaged for longer through the use of achievement, self-motivation and tools which are usable, simple, and reach the learner where they are.

What is Effective Leadership?


We’re all familiar with great leaders. We read articles about them, buy their products, and obsessively analyze their behavior for clues about how we can channel some of their success.

Great Managers Aren’t Born, They’re Mentored: An Interview with David Warren


After three decades in leadership, David Warren has never seen two people manage a team in exactly the same way. “I I work with many managers who are as different from me as can be and we all get stuff done, we just each do it differently.”. That’s why, when mentoring a new manager through the challenges and pitfalls of that first year, he always starts by learning as much as he can about his protege. Starting out in these partnerships, I’m all ears,” Warren says. “

The ROI of Onboarding


Onboarding is a crucial time to steer the employee experience in a rewarding direction. As with many employee experiences that fall under the responsibility of HR, the potential financial upsides might not be obvious, but they are present. The first day of a new job is often strange.

Mentorship and the Changing Nature of Work: An interview with Lyft’s Alyssa Schwartz


Today is Thank Your Mentor Day and to celebrate, we’re sharing mentor and protégé stories to thank our community. . In the summer 2013, Alyssa Schwartz had just moved to San Francisco to work for a local branding firm. One day, a giant, fuzzy pink mustache attached to the grill of a car whizzed past her on the street. “I I thought it was a funny hipster car at the time because who else would put that on a car?” she says, laughing.

4 Ways to Close the Learning-Doing Gap for Front-Line Managers [GUIDE]

Wanted: A better way to develop front-line managers! It’s well documented that people leave managers – not companies. Download this guide to gain key insights into why so many programs fall short and learn 4 key principles for designing an effective solution.

The Role of HR in a Rapidly-Changing Business World


Elizabeth Schillo has built a career around helping companies solve two of their biggest challenges – finding and keeping great talent. Her previous experience includes a long stint as sales director at CareerBuilder, and then as senior vice president at DICE.

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Building A Successful Career: Executives Share Their Advice


As you may have already seen, to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day , we kicked off an online community series with four executive women mentors. Our panelists addressed a collection of questions previously submitted by the community on career building and networking.

Why Employees Leave and What To Do About It


There is an age-old saying in business: People don’t leave companies, they leave bad managers. New research from Harvard Business Review confirms that people do leave their bosses more than they leave companies. However, it also finds that they leave good bosses just as frequently.

One Executive’s Advice on Being An Effective Mentor


Orland Yee is the first to admit he works too much. “ I think on time management I’m the worst person to give advice, ” he says. “ I tell all my people not to do what I do. That said, he has a lot of wisdom to impart about climbing the corporate ladder.

Skill based learning – How it drives an organization’s performance

Training and learning organizations today play an active role in contributing to the bottom line of any organization by aligning their objectives to the immediate business objectives. This provides a solid ground for cost justification and encourages businesses to place training groups right where they should be, at the heart of a growing, thriving, learning culture.

How Do You Get To The Things That Are Never Prioritized?


Whether we’re focusing on higher-priority tasks, or we just don’t have the time, certain tasks tend to fall to the bottom of our to-do lists day after day. Some things are just more important than others.

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Learning From Other’s Mistakes: First-Time Manager Do’s and Don’ts


You’ve just been promoted to your first management role. Congratulations! It is an incredibly exciting time in your career, but also an overwhelming one. You now have the power to effect change and guide the employees on your team to bigger and better things. But how should you go about doing so? This is the question that many managers ask as they take the reins.

Turning The Tables: How Job Candidates Are Vetting Employers


It used to be that employers had all the power when it came to interviewing prospective employees for a position. Nowadays, the tables have turned and job candidates are doing the same. We live in a “social media generation” where online reviews are king.

Seven Top Skills Every Manager Needs to Lead a World Class Team


While executives get the majority of public attention, organizations would do well to cast an eye internally towards their managers. Research shows that top level leadership positions account for less than 5% of performance variation in Fortune 800 companies. While the C-suite is responsible for setting the larger direction, managers are crucial to selecting and executing initiatives which drive an organization’s success.

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2016 Training Program Best Practices

Can you hear the collective groan when you launch that new compliance course? Do you get complaints both public and private from trainees about the uselessness of the training courses you've launched? Is there anything that can be done about it?

How Companies Are Approaching Diversity and Inclusion


Record numbers of organizations are either reviving and rebuilding their diversity programs or building one from scratch. In conjunction with this revival, diversity’s definition is changing. Corporations are now boring through traditional, more intrinsic categorizations (e.g,

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