A good practice for Human Capital executives is to stop long enough to look back on the year and determine what you intended, what changed, and where you arrived.
Transformation, although a shiny, glittering word often associated with warm and fuzzy images such as the butterfly emerging from the cocoon, can be rather painful in practice. I have never personally embarked on a transformative journey that didn’t require hard work, stretching myself beyond my limits, and moments of wondering “can I really do this?”Read more
If any word has enjoyed its fair share of the learning and development profession’s spotlight in recent years, “engagement” is it. Employee engagement best practices and trends are all the rage for training and development, talent management, and human capital practitioners. We all want to know how to more effectively engage our people in a “do-more-with-less” workplace—one that is lean, global, and multigenerational.Read more
Do you use all of your natural capacities and resources at work? I am a firm believer that most people do not. In fact, in my experience people often disconnect from some of the natural capacities of their mind, body, and heart on purpose. While this may seem to make sense in the short-term, in the long run it can lead to lower engagement, less enjoyment, and less effectiveness. It’s important to identify what you are not bringing to work, and learn how to reconnect with it and make it work for you.Read more
Dear HCI Members,
My name is Carl Rhodes and I’m the CEO of HCI. If you’ve been to our website this week, you noticed that we changed it quite a bit. And if you came to our website from your tablet or phone, than you noticed it really changed. I’m writing to explain what we did and why, as well as to ask for your help and participation as we move forward.