Game-changing technologies and strategies are transformational, exciting and disruptive for a reason. They shake up your status quo. They get you thinking about new ways to scale, compete and grow. They move you in amazing new directions.
Join host Bonnie D. Graham as she invites you to take an additional coffee break with game-changers for our special series on today’s top HR trends, on HR Trends with Game Changers.
Learn how you can become the savvy HR innovator who takes your company across the finish line as you look ahead to the next breakthrough human resources strategy.
Ways to Sway: Secrets of Influence and Personal Brand
The buzz: Emerging brands.
If you think your company brand is the only one your organization needs to worry about, listen up! Two new branding flavors are stealing the business spotlight: employer and personal.
Promote from Within or Hire External Superstars?
The buzz: Build or buy? Does your company prefer to invest in a current employee’s training to promote them up the ladder, or bypass them for a more experienced
HR Makes the World Go Round: Practices Outside the US
The buzz: HR around the world.
"American companies think they're the keepers of the best management practices. Consequently, they don't try to learn as much as they can from other places," according to Dr. Michael J.
How to Prevent Burnout in the Age of Always-On
The buzz: Burnout.
In this era of hyper-connectivity and 24/7 global demands on your workforce, employee burnout is a key contributor to the lack of engagement and loss of productivity all too prevalent in the workplace.
Mission Critical: Identifying and Developing Leaders
The buzz: Leaders.
Employee engagement. Retention. Your employer brand. The leaders you hire or promote from inside will make or break your workforce strategies. The trends are ominous.
Stop with the Vanity Metrics: Measure What Matters!
The buzz: HR Metrics.
If you’re an HR professional, metrics such as cost per hire, training cost per employee, turnover rate, and lag between posting and filling a position will show the executive team that you’re doing your job, but not much more.