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Top 10: HR Daily Advisor 2014 Year in Review

HR Daily Advisor

As we reach the end of 2014, we take a look back at some of your favorite articles. Here’s a list of the top 10 posts on the HR Daily Advisor website this year. ‘My My Exempt Employee Has No PTO but Needs Time Off’. See the original post here.]

Inclined to Collaborate? You Should Be

All Things Workplace

"Collaboration is a key driver of overall performance of companies around the world. Those that collaborate less, do not perform as well. The researchers created a collaboration index to measure a company’s relative “collaborativeness” based on two main factors: .

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Workplace Observations for 2015: The Year of Employee Aptitude

HR Ringleader

On this final day of 2014, I’m making some observations about the workplace for the coming year. I think those words are powerful when backed up by research or data that leads to the prediction and I’ll leave that to my work with my colleagues at Brandon Hall Group.

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Leadership and Being a Role Model – 20 Ideas

The People Equation

We’re parents, teachers, coaches, managers and committee leaders. I wrote a post for Smartblog on Leadership called The Six Saboteurs of Positive Role Models. I have to do so for all the Ikea employees.”. ? At one time or another, we’re all in a position to lead.

5 Culture Trends for 2019

5 Culture Trends for 2019 1 The workplace is constantly evolving. approach 2019, major shifts in the work. environment will continue to affect the ways. New research from the. the five latest culture trends and how you can. The U.S. the flow of work (see O.C.

7 Ways to Support Employees’ Engagement in their Financial Wellness


A paycheck isn’t the only thing employees depend on to meet their families’ financial needs. We can all appreciate how important compensation is to our overall well-being; it’s one of the reasons companies spend as much as they do on employee benefits, right?

ASHHRA 2014 - Empowering Women in Healthcare

Cielo HR Leader

After returning from the 2014 ASHHRA 50th Annual Conference & Expo , held in Chicago, I can’t help but reflect on the thought leadership and transformative ideas that were presented in an effort to support the ever-changing healthcare marketplace – specifically, empowering women in healthcare.

Coaching vs. Therapy – Referring Coaching Clients with Mental Illness

Workplace Psychology

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal, titled “Executive Coach or Therapist? It’s Getting Harder to Tell the Difference” (Bindley, 2019) again renews the debate about the blurred line between where coaching ends and where therapy begins.

Leadership Development Carnival: June 2014 Edition


Welcome to the June 02nd 2014 Carnival of Leadership Development. In a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) business environment where technology is constantly changing how people collaborate and work, the paradigms of leadership are changing. Namaste!

How to Learn to Receive Feedback Well

45 Things

Your new puppy let you know that your house-training efforts are not working. Then you got to work and your boss had edited your report so heavily the only original thing was your name and the date. Maybe the person doesn’t appreciate your efforts or accomplishments.

Ask These 6 Critical Questions to Assess Management Effectiveness


How does a business assess the effectiveness of their management? There is a CEO and a set of executive officers managing the core and the administrative functions of the business. If there is a problem, to whom do the employees turn first?

HP Adopts Social Learning—E-Learning Is a Thing of the Past

HR Daily Advisor

E-learning was very popular in the 90s, says River Software’s Randy Emelo. However, in the 21st century, the focus has shifted to bite-sized chunks of learning, the shorter the better—something we call micro-learning. Learn More.

What’s pushing the development of “leaders at all levels”?

HR Times

Posted by Neil Neveras on September 24, 2014. Our Global Human Capital Trends 2014 report points to leadership as the No. Read the post. They’re asking, “What are the qualities that would make someone identifiable as one of our leaders?”

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5 PEO Services You May Not Know Exist


With some PEOs, you have the ability to get advice directly from compensation experts. This enables you to create a meaningful compensation program that meets the expectations of talent in your industry and today’s market. This analysis can help you start to bridge the talent gap.

How Can Social Learning Benefit Your Company?

HR Daily Advisor

In yesterday’s Advisor , we heard from Randy Emelo and Becky Simeon, PhD, about the movement toward social learning and how it has dramatically changed corporate learning. Today, the positive effects of social learning systems. Learn More. For the Advisor.

Leadership, the Imposter Syndrome, and Being REAL

Inpower Coaching

Like someone will figure out you aren’t up to the job you have? The Imposter Syndrome is a thing. And it’s a thing all kinds of leaders learn to deal with and overcome. Even people like you who are in exactly the right place at the right time to overcome it.

Performance Management Should Begin Before We Hire Someone


When most of us hear the term “performance management,” we think of performance appraisals , mentoring, employee learning and development —all of the things that happen well after we hire people into our organizations. Who are the right people?

4 Warning Signs You’re Not Properly Coaching Your Employees


The problem may not be with the employee. It could be that your management style is missing the mark. You may not be providing the coaching and support your employees truly need. Alex Raymond, CEO of Kapta, says that most companies aren’t aligned because executives and managers don’t spend the time necessary to communicate the company’s mission, vision and goals, according to Tech Cocktail. Still not sure how to properly coach your employees?

The Price We Pay for Bad Managers


“Currently, 30% of the U.S. workforce is engaged in their work … (while) the vast majority (70%) are not …” -- Gallup’s State of the American Workplace report This statistic sent a shockwave through the business community when it was first published. Managing well is hard.

Navigating the Workplace Wonderland: Three Ways to Leverage Millennials’ Drive to Succeed


The graduating Class of 2014 is entering the workforce this spring, and, as a group, they are extremely motivated and excited. They want to learn. ’ `That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,’ said the Cat.” – Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland.

What Talent Management, Engagement And Culture Share


The causal link among the three elements is powerful. Previously defined, talent management is an organization’s commitment to recruit, retain, and develop the most talented and superior employees available. Recruitment should positively engage that candidate from the get-go.

3 Steps to Creating a Management Review Process

Spark Hire

Giving your employees the opportunity to review their managers can be a positive process, if handled properly. Explain to your management team and employees the implementation plan. This can limit the feedback that your management team receives.

Self-Development – Suggestions for How To Continually Grow and Change

Workplace Psychology

It’s an older edition (the 2nd edition), but what a bargain. Incredibly, when I compare the wording and text layout of the 2nd edition to the 5th edition (the most recent version which is $95), I actually prefer the 2nd edition.

Being an Arrogant Know-It-All: A Surefire Way to Derail Your Career

Workplace Psychology

In it, under the “career stallers and stoppers” section, there’s an entry for arrogance. Being arrogant is a problem because a person “always thinks he/she has the right and only answer [and] discounts or dismisses the input of others” (Lombardo & Eichinger, 1998, p. That’s the staple of arrogant people. All arrogant people do a series of things that can be viewed by a neutral party and judged to give off the signals of arrogance.

For Women, ‘Assertive’ Still Means ‘Mean’


When Lawrence Polsky wrote an article about “bitchy bosses” earlier this year, he garnered hundreds of responses, clearly touched a nerve and sparked a nationwide conversation about why women leaders are perceived differently than men, according to one release I read about the article .

How to Attract an Executive Career Sponsor

Inpower Coaching

What the research says is that in addition to cultivating mentors to help them “learn the ropes,” the folks that leapfrog their peers into the executive ranks have sponsors working for them behind the scenes.

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I Will Teach My Daughter Not to Be Afraid

Workplace Psychology

The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and, if they can’t find them, make them.” ~ George Bernard Shaw. About a month ago, my wife and I became parents for the very first time. My wife and I have made a promise to one another that we will teach our daughter to always respect others, to embrace life with open arms, and to live life to the fullest and not be afraid of following her heart.

Recommended Human Resources Conferences To Attend in 2015

Unbridled Talent

Recently, one of my contacts who is planning her 2015 schedule sent me a question asking for my recommendations for the top 2 – 3 conferences to attend in the US for HR professionals. One of my plans for next year is to attend more conferences in the US; ideally I’d like to attend events where there is a lot of networking, collaborating and great speakers. Since there are so many events happening all the time, it’s hard for me to assess which ones are best.

Two Projects to Support Entrepreneurship

The Bamboo Project Blog

My ongoing work with people who have been laid off, often for YEARS, plus the research that I do for many of my projects has me more convinced than ever that the only path to success in the new economy is to be more entrepreneurial about our work lives. .

Do You Confuse Emotions with Emotional Intelligence (EQ?)

Inpower Coaching

It often surprises my executive coaching clients how important their emotions are to their workplace success. Most of us have been trained to keep our emotions out of the office, so we let lag an ongoing investment in our Emotional Intelligence (EQ).

5 Tips to Strengthen Your Emotional Intelligence

Inpower Coaching

No matter what you think will happen to you when you become a mom, the reality is always just a little different. Mastering Self-Efficacy Helps Smooth Out the Bumps in Life. You mapped out the milestones you’ll reach. Stick to the Plan By Using Emotional Intelligence.

“I know the perfect person…”

HR Times

Posted by Robin Erickson on October 21, 2014. These are compelling reasons for the organization to get on board with a referral program. But what are the compelling reasons for employees? How you brand the effort can keep it from becoming just another business process, and making it fun and compelling will drive engagement and usage. Get the word out: Inform, educate, excite. So first of all, don’t make the process difficult. Keep the momentum going.

Five Strategies to Develop the Modern Manager


Bad managers are the number one reason employees quit, but good managers have the power to drive results. With these kinds of results on the line, who wouldn’t want to give their managers the tools they need to become great at their jobs?

4 Ways to Continue to Get the Most Out of High Performers


The secret to continuing to get the most out of your high performer actually has more to do with your behavior, as a manager, than it does your employee. Here are four simple changes you can make to start getting the most out of your best employees. Don’t bark up the wrong tree. To start, you must put personal bias aside and acknowledge that identifying high performers relies heavily on the measurable performance outputs that tie directly to business results.

What To Know About In-House vs. Outsourced Executive Coaching

Dr. Nadine

They are grappling with daunting challenges such as increased threats of global competition and the need to engage an increasingly diverse workforce. Organizations are quickly recognizing the importance of leadership development programs.

Disengagement is Contagious; Here’s Your Prescription


Is your manager’s team completely unaware of the corporate objectives? Because managers oversee teams of your employees, their attitudes tend to have a ripple effect on the organization. The Common Cold Shoulder. Are your managers experiencing low engagement levels?

Improve Employee Productivity: 5 Simple Ideas That Really Work


The first step in accomplishing this is a clear, precise job description that eliminates any confusion about their responsibilities and your expectations. A well-written job description will spell out the responsibilities of the position as well as help managers and employees establish clear, relevant performance goals. How much time should it take to complete the goal? Is your timeline challenging, as well as achievable? Training and Performance