5 Must-Read Culture Books

CultureIQ

Collectively, the CultureIQ family has read an extraordinary amount of books on culture. We eat, sleep and breathe this topic and have curated … The post 5 Must-Read Culture Books appeared first on CultureIQ.

Intelligent Leadership (Book Review)

UpstartHR

Awhile back I reviewed the book Talent Leadership by John Mattone and really liked it. I was able to get a copy of the author’s latest book , Intelligent Leadership: What You Need to Know to Unlock Your Full Potential, and enjoyed it as well. Check out other book reviews here.

Innovation Judo (Book Review)

UpstartHR

Usually it’s even worse: I have no time to read all the books and they just pile up around me. A few good pieces I pulled from the book: Incentives : Want to encourage innovation? See other book reviews about HR, leadership, and more.

The Best New Books on Employee Engagement

Reflektive

Books are a great way to obtain just that from thought leaders and influencers. In fact, one study of nearly 2,000 professionals found that 42% felt more confident doing their job after reading books on a related subject. With that in mind, we’ve listed below five of the latest and greatest employee engagement books that every leader should read: 1. Authors Glenn Elliott and Debra Corey bring a wealth of experience to their 2018 book on employee engagement.

New Ways to Engage and Source Talent - All In Less Than 24 Hours

Speaker: Derek Zeller, Director of Recruiting Solutions, Engage Talent

In this session, we’ll examine the critical essentials you should know about the type of tech you are looking for and what you should know before engaging with candidates - everything from where to get the information you need, to which sites and books are good to read.

Measure What Matters Book Review – Announcing The Reflektive Book Club

Reflektive

We’ve noticed a lot of buzz around Doerr’s latest book, “Measure What Matters, How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs,” so we wanted to distill the key takeaways on the importance of OKRs for your organization. In the second half of the book, Doerr includes Google’s real OKR playbook as well as numerous other resources to help you customize and build your OKR structure. ——– Introducing the Reflektive Book Club!

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6 Things I Learned Writing a Book

HR Bartender

I have wanted to write a book for years. I’ve finished my first book – Essential Meeting Blueprints for Managers. Writing a book is a very interesting experience. There are many reasons to write a book: money, experience, etc. You can get a book deal from an email.

30+ Books on Working Human

Globoforce

Here’s a fun stat for my fellow literary nerds: Iceland publishes more books per capita than any other country in the world. Iceland is so well-read, in fact, that it has a national tradition named Jolabokaflod: “Christmas Book Flood.” By Sarah Payne —.

The Front Line Leader (Video Book Review)

UpstartHR

In short: this book is one of the best and most interesting that I have read in several years. 20 other notes from the book. In order as I ran across them in the book, here are some of my notes. Other book reviews can be found here.

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Leadership Reading List-Why Every Book is Different

UpstartHR

No thanks, I read a book on leadership already. Someone dropped that comment in a conversation recently, and I wanted to take some time today to dispel this notion about leadership books, courses, content, etc. Books as Leadership Learning Tools. HR Book Reviews.

5 Ways AI Will Enable Recruiting to Be More Human, Not Less

Speaker: Ben Eubanks, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, Principal Analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory

[BEGIN TRANSMISSION]. INITIALIZING]. Are you ready for an automated world? When we hear about artificial intelligence technologies, we inevitably get into fear-based conversations about job replacement due to automation.

A Guidebook for Building a Human Workplace (A book review)

RecognizeThis!

And now friend and repeat WorkHuman speaker Andy Swann has written the book on it – “The Human Workplace.” Andy elegantly outlines these and other critical elements of connection, which I highlight below along with key quotations from the book to illustrate. By Derek Irvine.

New Year, New Book, and a New You!

UpstartHR

The family and I have been celebrating as my new book, Artificial Intelligence for HR , came out just before the new year. I have been humbled to hear some wonderful feedback from the people that have already been reading the book. This is the first day back at work for many after the winter holidays are coming to a close, and I hope those holidays were rejuvenating for you and those you care about.

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Time Management: A Book Review

RecognizeThis!

This year my commitment to time management and its myriad benefits was renewed by Kevin Kruse’s latest book, 15 Secrets Successful People Know about Time Management. Several quotes throughout the book rang true for me on this point: “You can never lose time and get it back again.”.

4 Great Books to Read on Your July 4th Holiday

Reflektive

All of these books come recommended by one (or more) Reflektive employees and each focuses on ways you can make yourself a better employee and person, so you can use your time off to focus on yourself instead of your work.

The Surprising Connection Between Millennials, Culture, and Growth

Speaker: Jamie Notter, Co-Founder & Culture Consultant at Human Workplaces

Bringing in research from his recent books and consulting work, Jamie Notter will make a compelling case for turning Millennial insights into concrete changes in your organization's culture that can actually drive your growth and success.

5 Business Lessons Learned from Adult Dot to Dot Books

HR Bartender

You remember dot to dot books, right? I’ve started seeing articles about the emergence of adult dot to dot books , both as an alternative to adult coloring and in addition to. Whether that’s deep breathing, guided sessions on your smartphone, or dot to dot books.

CRAVE Book Launch | Reward Gateway

Reward Gateway

I’m excited today to announce the launch of my latest book "CRAVE: You Can Enhance Employee Motivation in 10 Minutes by Friday™.". 3 min read. RGB-US | The Employee Experience RGB-US | Technology and Innovation RGB-US | Employee Reward and Recognition

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#DisruptHR HSV 1.0 is in the books!

UpstartHR

Last week I did something here on the blog that I haven’t done in a LOOONG time. I didn’t post anything. But it wasn’t because I had nothing to say–it’s because I was neck deep in final preparations for DisruptHRHSV, which happened last Thursday night.

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Leadership in the Crucible of Work (Book Review)

UpstartHR

Today we have book review on Leadership in the Crucible of Work: Discovering the Interior Life of an Authentic Leader by Sandy Shugart, PhD ( Amazon ). The book was interesting, and I read it like I mentioned in my previous post on reading for leaders. General Book Review Leadership

Discover 4 Use Cases for Applying AI to Your Recruiting Processes

Awesome - you are all booked for. The next. wave of. AI-led. recruiting Four ways machines are enabling their. human counterparts to hire smarter. 2A lly O | T h e n ex t. w av e o f A I- le d r e cr u it in g Introduction 3. From manual to automation 4.

5 Business Lessons Learned From Adult Coloring Books

HR Bartender

One of the ideas I heard was adult coloring books. So when Free Period Press offered to send me a coloring book, I jumped at the chance to see firsthand what coloring would bring. The post 5 Business Lessons Learned From Adult Coloring Books appeared first on hr bartender.

11 Must-Read People and Culture Books for People Pros

Rise

We’ve put together a list of the top people and culture books that offer unique perspectives on how to make the employee experience the best it can be for your people. Take a look through this list — you might just find your next must-read P&C book! Books on company culture.

7 Books for the New Business Leader to Add to Their Reading List

Workology

Something I’ve always done whenever I have taken a new job or consulting gig has been to immerse myself in books. I need strategies not quick fixes, and I really want to tap into the information, resources, case studies and conversations that go beyond 3,000 words of an e-book.

Books and learning

101 Half Connected Things

Over the past few weeks I’ve been gradually moving my ‘business books’ into the office. I operate a lending library (and have for a number of years) where anyone can borrow a book if they. Books remain beautiful to me. Books are cool.

10 of the Best Business Books to Read This Summer

WorqIQ

Members of the Young Entrepreneur Council share with you their suggestions for the best business books to read this summer. Read More» The post 10 of the Best Business Books to Read This Summer appeared first on Switch & Shift.

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A New Book for a New Generation: The New One Minute Manager®

The People Equation

Ken and his co-author Spencer Johnson have updated their classic management book “The One Minute Manager.” ” Here is Ken’s outline of the new book and why it’s as relevant as ever.

How Microsoft Got Performance Reviews Right [E-Book]

Reflektive

Download our free e-book to learn what changes Microsoft made to their performance management system that makes them one of the best places to work today. DOWNLOAD FREE E-BOOK: How Microsoft Got Performance Management Right. The post How Microsoft Got Performance Reviews Right [E-Book] appeared first on Reflektive. Traditional “stack ranking” simply doesn’t work. But don’t take our word for it: Ask Microsoft. For years, Microsoft’s employee performance was declining.

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How to Manage Compensation Without Performance Ratings [E-Book]

Reflektive

In this e-book, we’ll cover how some companies have successfully moved away from ratings to modernize their performance management. DOWNLOAD FREE E-BOOK: How to Manage Compensation Without Performance Ratings. The post How to Manage Compensation Without Performance Ratings [E-Book] appeared first on Reflektive. As more and more companies get rid of performance ratings, one questions remains: How do you manage compensation without employee ratings?

7 Books Every Manager Should Read in 2017

Cornerstone On Demand

Here's a resolution that's both personally and professionally fulfilling: Read more books. We compiled a list of our top books for reinvigorating your workplace and inspiring others, thinking back on our own favorites reads and interviewing entrepreneurs, leaders and talent experts across industries for their go-to recommendations. This is a book you can pick up, read a few pages and put down. This book will help you change the way you see and perceive situations.

Creating a Shared Culture of Learning with Books [Podcast]

UpstartHR

Books. In this episode of We’re Only Human , I interview Zach Rubin, cofounder of PBC Guru, a company that designs and delivers book club experiences for organizations looking to create a culture of shared learning. The discussion covers what books companies most often request, how to use books for supporting social learning, and a special free offer for We’re Only Human listeners. What do you think about book clubs? General Books We're Only Human

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A year in (book) review

HRGem

At the beginning of 2018, I set myself a target to read 100 books. I can’t for the life of me remember why. I didn’t make the number. I did read 65 (and 1/3) though, which isn’t too bad. For … Continue reading → Just for Fun

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5 Company Culture Books to Inspire You & Your Team

CultureIQ

I decided to tap into that by asking my teammates to share their favorite “company culture book” (really any book that inspires great company culture). Sure enough they delivered, because it’s never too late to bring back the good old book report: Turn the Ship Around!

Best Books for Developing Your Leaders

ATD Human Capital

During ATD’s Creating Leadership Development Programs Certificate program, talent development professionals often ask me to recommend the best books for developing leaders in this VUCA age. There are many excellent books available. Both lists of books should meet your needs.

Thought Leadership E-book

Fidelity Health Marketplace

We’re lucky to have a number of seasoned benefits industry experts on staff, and we want to share their wisdom with our readers

“The Seventh Sense” – A Book Review and Thoughts on Humanity in the Age of Networks

RecognizeThis!

I’ve just finished a book that’s possibly frightened me more than the Exorcist. What’s the book? I picked up this book after seeing it listed by four CEOs in a McKinsey article on “What CEOs are reading.”. Trust is another through-line in the book. by Lynette Silva.