Authority Magazine Snapshots: Sebastien “Seb” Tron, CEO of Hopsy

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Seb holds a Master of Science in Management from HEC Paris as well as an MBA from UC Berkeley-Haas School of Business. Some very well-known VCs read this column. Both our retention and profitability metrics are through the roof. Community Authority Magazine WonderThere’s no shortcut. We love telling success stories and focusing on positive outcomes, and we often forget that for one successful startup there are hundreds of failures.

Wellness: The Next Generation

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Investing in a holistic well-being benefits strategy is a win-win for employees and employers alike. Wellness has become a popular catchphrase. Employers are now truly seeing how well-being is contributing to organizational effectiveness and the bottom line, if only indirectly. Well-being programs also result in other qualitative benefits, such as enhanced perception of the organization as a great place to work, increased employee engagement, reduced distraction, and more.

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Seven Steps to Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion Metrics

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In the world of business, metrics hold a special place—and rightfully so. The legendary Peter Drucker is well cited for pointed out, "you can't manage what you can't measure." A lot of D&I practitioners may gleefully note that there is no lack of metrics in the diversity and inclusion space—but which will move the needle on performance? The metrics and models to apply them in various situations filled eight pages.

Wellness Programs: On Life Support?

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In my second posting on ideas presented in Human Resource Executive magazine, a brief news story entitled “Are Wellness Initiatives a Waste of Time?” questioned the effectiveness of corporate wellness programs. Included in the list of reasons for why firms’ struggle to demonstrate true business impact of such programs is the absence of objective metrics, […]. Uncategorized SuccessFactors wellness metrics workforce analytics

The Happy-to-Grumpy Metric

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There''s a nice article on metrics in last month''s (June 2007) CFO magazine. The article brought up my favorite financial ratio - the "Happy to Grumpy" ratio which Wells Fargo uses to measure actively engaged employees to the actively disengaged. Says Wells Fargo''s CFO Howard Atkins, We want to measure what drives our results, and that includes team-member engagement.

20+ Wellness Tips for the Workplace That Rejuvenate Employees and Boost Productivity

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20+ Wellness Tips for the Workplace That Rejuvenate Employees and Boost Productivity. That’s why wellness tips for the workplace are so important. Let’s consider the impacts of just one enemy of workplace wellness—stress—to demonstrate just how important it is to take wellness seriously. Focusing on wellness could be the antidote to workplace stress. Here are some curated wellness tips for the workplace to help you take control. .

What Makes a Workplace Diversity Program Successful?

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For example, studies have found that a variety of diversity initiatives—including evaluating managers based on diversity and inclusion metrics, and diversity networking and affinity groups—can lead to either more or less representation of target groups.

Agile, Adaptable, and Innovative

HRO Today

According to Bennion, HR leaders should deconstruct each role, thinking critically about the role’s component parts and the skills needed to perform it well. This includes short-term defensive and offensive plays, as well as long-term strategic investments to ensure we come out stronger.

John Replogle: “The greatest failure is fear”

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The simple truth is that B Corps, or purpose led companies, have outperformed the average company on every metric. I am inspired to do both well and good and it fuels us One Better Ventures as we grow. Community Authority Magazine Wonder“…I am an optimist.

The New Talent Experience

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Transferable skills are the most useful metrics this data repository provides.”. My suggestion to HR leaders who want their platforms to work well together is to look for vendors that prioritize integrations.

A Diversity Boost

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If it’s not real, it won’t feel authentic to your candidates and your employees, no matter how well you source diverse talent,” he explains. For example, if 40 percent of the available talent for a specific role in your market is diverse but you’re only engaging 10 percent of diverse candidates, then you know that you’re obviously well below what the market can yield for that talent,” he explains. Talent Acquisition Diversity & Inclusion July-August-2020 Magazine Article

Peaceful State of Mind

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The COVID-19 pandemic has created new stressors for employees as well. The CDC points out that disasters and traumatic events can exacerbate pre-existing physical and mental health conditions, as well as stress and anxiety. The results were based on physical measurements, such as blood cortisol levels and blood pressure, as well as self-reported stress levels, mood, and emotional well-being. Tara Antonipillai is founder of Tara Antonipillai Wellness.

Taking Data-Driven Action

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Human resources has always been a people-focused function—but now it is a numbers-based profession as well. Comparing talent metrics to competitors (31 percent). For example, HR professionals looking to understand the cause of high turnover can begin by consulting compensation history, promotion history, employee satisfaction surveys, and performance reviews to get to the root of the issue and then comparing those metrics with those of key competitors.

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Remote Control

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Subsequently, it deployed infrastructure to support core operations, established collaboration tools and processes for virtual communication, and defined metrics to measure performance and “maintain the trust and confidence of all internal and external stakeholders.”. Communicate account and project-level delivery guidelines, as well as principles for remote work, so all team members know what to expect. Workforce Management APAC-Summer-2020 Magazine Article

Effective Leadership via Innovation, Collaboration and Mentorship

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With a holistic approach to setting goals, she has combined her business acumen to become a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition/Wellness Specialist and Certified Yoga Specialist. She has also co-authored an e-magazine, W2 = Wealth and Wellbeing.

Delving Into Data

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ATD’s system has a personalized development insight tool that provides managers with valuable metrics about their and their direct reports’ performance, helping them more effectively engage, motivate, and manage their teams. These personalized learning programs are monitored through a performance management process, which uses defined metrics as a basis for quarterly talent conversations that outline clear, targeted goals aligned to each business unit.

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“Determine where you can be most impactful” With Penny Bauder & Karin De Bondt

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million metric tons by the end of 2020; and we’re building out a roadmap for 2030. However, Thermo King is well positioned to make a meaningful impact through our product innovation and our hunger relief efforts. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Leadership of our future” With Penny Bauder & Angela Whitaker-Williams

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She is active in her twins’ Scouts troops and typically has two to three home improvements projects as well as three loads of laundry going at all times. New metrics need to be established that acknowledge that a student does not have to be great at everything to be successful.

Insuring HR’s Success

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I worked with the HR team to create a culture and environment that’s reflective of Dan and his leadership, as well as the direction we wanted to go as a company in the future.

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2020 and Beyond

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In today’s tight labor market, employees are increasingly recognizing their value and expecting employers to recognize it as well. And teams are in for a transformation as well.

“Remember why you started your journey” With Candice Georgiadis & Chandra Gore

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Working alongside my father within his many businesses as well as his colleagues; I was a sponge soaking up the ins and outs of how businesses are started, ran and sometimes fail or succeed. You have the knowledge and skillset and you determine the metric of your success.

“Lead by example.” With Penny Bauder & Ketan Dattani Buckingham

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We have published a travel plan, which is sent to all visitors to our offices, with details of bicycle locking stations, bus and tube routes (as well as emphasizing that we can do video conferencing). Community Authority Magazine WonderLead by example.

A Strong Dose of Strategy

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We knew that if we could improve the selection process, be more quality-focused, and apply new strategies, tactics, as well as rigor and discipline with how we executed, we could give the organization the best possible chance to retain the talent we were hiring into the company,” Pardo says. RPO & Staffing Talent Acquisition CHRO-Focused Article Magazine Article September-2019Four key principles guide talent acquisition at Fresenius Medical Care North America.

“Courage is the largest prerequisite to make plans” With Charlie Katz & Adem Selita

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I scheduled a conference call with a partner over the weekend (as this was the best time to speak, for them) full well knowing that I had a birthday party to attend. Community Authority Magazine WonderCourage is the largest prerequisite to make plans when the future is so unpredictable.

Nichole Kelly: “Slow down to the speed of wisdom”

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And I also know that a marketer’s understanding of the connection between emotional intelligence, mental wellness, empowerment, self-image, and overall life satisfaction will be essential to their personal and career evolution. I am really looking for concise and well-thought-out answers.

Reaping the Rewards

HRO Today

The report says that HR leaders should consider both tangible (staff turnover, productivity, sales, revenue, market share, and customer acquisition) and intangible (employee satisfaction, collaboration, and impact on company culture) metrics to understand overall program ROI. This was the most valuable metric to demonstrate success to senior management in 2019 as well. Engaged Workforce Performance Management & Rewards April-2020 Magazine Article Recognition

Going Beyond Basic Benefits

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Family-friendly policies help create a culture of support for the employee,” says Anna Spriggs, chief of HR and administration at Truth Initiative , a non-profit public health organization that has made employee health and well-being a core tenet of its culture. This can poorly effect employees; according to Thomsons’ Global Employee Benefits Watch 2017-2018 report, 64 percent of American workers believe that their employer or workplace has a negative impact on their well-being.

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Silvina Moschini of SheWorks: “Why you need to find your tribe in order to thrive”

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HBO because we firmly believe that doing good is the key to doing well, and are joined by companies who believe in the same concept. Her entrepreneurial spirit and kindness towards others is infectious, and I love her view of third metric of success. Community Authority Magazine SHERO

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“Take advantage of the downtime” With Charlie Katz & Rick Ralston

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Early on, the technology centric principles in these two books really helped our teams set up key metrics and build quality into our products. It is an easy principle to live by when things are going well. Mental health, well, that is always an issue when you are running a business.

“Trust the important people of your life.” With Candice Georgiadis & Amber Lacanal

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As Notion’s Innovation and Thought leadership lead, I’ve developed our unique service offering as well as trained our team on our Fast Track methodology, which is helping to shape our direction as a new and growing company. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Be resilient” With Charlie Katz & Dan Clark

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He has over 25 years of progressive leadership experience managing fast-growing national and international businesses, including digital health, therapeutics, population health, wellness, behavioral health, disability, and employee assistance programs. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

“Why it’s important to connect.” With Charlie Katz & Shannon Gabor

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Driven by curiosity and a desire to make work that supports brands, their big vision and bold ideas, she oversees the new business strategy as well as the direction and growth of her team, capitalizing on her knowledge of what industry experts and audiences are drawn to.

“Why you should empower others.” With Charlie Katz & Fred Goff

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One dimension of his work, which comes through in The Innovator’s Dilemma , is to focus on the “why,” not the “what,”’ in business questions and strategy — and this carries into personal life as well. to help frame where you would like to invest your energy for your own journey.One insight people usually arrive at: After pausing to reflect, people rarely value monetary metrics as highly as they thought they would. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Elline Surianello: “Wigs are always an alternative but quality is the issue”

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Le Metric has been in operation for over 25 years and is the longest surviving hair replacement provider for women in the country. Extensions work well for a woman with enough hair but wants it to look longer or thicker. Community Authority Magazine WonderWomen-owned small businesses are the backbone of every community and employ more people nationwide than any other sector.

Art Wilde: “Stop talking down to yourself”

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Practice with a metronome The vanity metrics don’t matter Stop talking down to yourself. Well, we’re doing it. Community Authority Magazine WonderMad Honey Records and I are working on the More Love Movement.

2020 and Beyond

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In today’s tight labor market, employees are increasingly recognizing their value and expecting employers to recognize it as well. And teams are in for a transformation as well.

“Schools should have strong leader” With Penny Bauder & Dr. Stephanie Musser

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He or she should also be held to a common set of metrics that must be met for operational success. Early in her professional career, she wrote and managed various state and federal grants for education, as well as provided statewide training in Gifted Education through the Maricopa County Consortium for Gifted Education. As well, I saw a huge need for restoring nobility to the profession, and for teachers to work and learn in a highly professional organization.

Talitha Phillips: “Leadership is being placed in the position to guide, direct, move and/or motivate others”

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They shared about the prenatal medical services that were provided as well as the ongoing education and support that helped them welcome their sons into the world. And have continued to do that ever since, over the past several years, as they have faced additional hardships as well as many joys and victories. While everything ended well in that instance, I definitely have since thought about the responsibility of caring for an entire team. Community Authority Magazine Wonde

Mike Volpe: “Today’s steep competition and the threat of competition”

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I had only worked at startups that had failed before SolidWorks, and they taught me a lot about how a well-run software company works, management structure, executive communication, metrics, and goal setting. It needs to be valuable to the customer, but something that 95%+ of the time you do well. experience, they inspire others to reach out to you as well? Community Authority Magazine WonderThe most important thing is to live up to your brand promise.

Gabriel Golcher: “Know where you are and be grateful for it”

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I did not intend to stay in the US but did not rule out maybe returning in the future, although other countries tempted me as well. Moving back to the US went well. I had visited Seattle several times previously and knew well the natural and cultural beauty of that city. My family is doing very well, they’re healthy, happy, and still very close. I have been able to grow both personally and professionally and have been given ample opportunity to give back as well.