3 Ways Leaders Create Change Resistance

TalentCulture

As a result, they don’t see a setback as a personal failure or a hit to the ego, but more something to learn from and manage around. ” As you kick off your next change or wave, remember that what works beautifully in managing a process or your ongoing work may create hard resistance. Leadership Talent Management Workplace Culture and Innovation change management Patti Johnson Wave Makers

Can HR Really Be a “Stand Alone” Discipline?

Cielo HR Leader

In this issue, we talk to Chandana Wijayanama, Regional HR Director for the Swiss, multi-national company, Franke, about coming to HR later in his career, and how he is addressing the challenges surrounding talent management in the APAC region. I then worked in a number of IT and systems roles up until 2004 when my CEO at the time asked me to take on a project in the HR department to help inject a bit more systems discipline into the function.

Big Leap Forward. Working Globally.

New to HR

My first role was as a Departmental Manager at Marks and Spencer and for three years I gained great commercial and management experience. Until I was appointed as HR Director for the European Region in 2004 I had three Japanese bosses all very different and I had to adapt quickly to their leadership styles. In addition from an HR perspective Panasonic started shared services operations and the start of taking a Pan-European approach to talent management.

Meet 5 HR Pros Who Became CEOs

Cornerstone On Demand

Gone are the days of interchangeable workers turning out widgets; the modern workplace is built on innovation and creativity, and getting the best ideas requires understanding how to attract, keep and work with the best talent. Does that mean your CHRO, the go-to expert on people and talent, might be the best choice when selecting a new president or CEO for your company? In 2004, she was tapped as president of individual business at MetLife.

Carnival of HR – Happy 13th Anniversary Edition!

Robin Schooling

One of the OGs, this was Kris’ first post at the HR Capitalist before he even thought about launching Fistful of Talent; both remain 2 of the top blogs centered on talent management and HR. 2014.

5 Financial Services Companies With the Best Internal Mobility Strategies

Paddle HR

For a variety of strategic and logistical reasons, banks are heavily investing in internal mobility as a talent strategy. We’ve often talked about how employees need the support of their managers to grow in their role, and TD’s Personal Performance and Development Process helps employees identify their career aspirations while offering the support of their People Manager to access new opportunities.