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Performance Management Done Differently Outshines the Baseline

September 10, 2018 | Ben Eubanks

Join Ben Eubanks in this podcast, sponsored by ClearCompany, to learn how you can keep your organization ahead of the performance management curve.

Performance Management Done Differently Outshines the Baseline

September 10, 2018 | Ben Eubanks

Performance management is among the top areas where organizations must stay on the cutting edge of trends and developments in best practices. At its core, performance management is a fundamental, human process with many moving change management parts. Even though tech, AI and talent mobility shift, the human part of the process still matters. 

The companies that are the best at performance management excel because they do things differently. In fact, they do at least five things differently, including recognition and in-the-moment manager feedback. There are three more, but we’ll let you listen to the podcast instead of risking a spoiler alert! 

Join Ben Eubanks in this podcast, sponsored by ClearCompany, to learn how you can keep your organization ahead of the performance management curve.

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Ben Eubanks

Author of "Artificial Intelligence for HR", Lighthouse Research and Advisory

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Ambiguity In Your Office? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

September 4, 2018 | Lisa K. Solomon

This podcast, featuring author Lisa K. Solomon, equips leaders with the idea of designing change-ready, future-focused environments, and getting excited for the unknown.

Learn more about the 2018 HR Call to Action Conference

Ambiguity In Your Office? Don’t Worry, Be Happy

September 4, 2018 | Lisa K. Solomon

The frequency of change in our work world today can make feeling at ease seem impossible. How can you breathe easily, when you never know what change might be lurking right around the corner? Shifts in the office are best handled with a shift in leadership’s mindset and the tools they’re using. In fact, when leaders have the skills needed to thrive through change, they’re best prepared and empowered to guide their team to success. 

This podcast, featuring author Lisa K. Solomon, equips leaders with the idea of designing change-ready, future-focused environments, and getting excited for the unknown.

Learn more about the 2018 HR Call to Action Conference

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Lisa K. Solomon

Author, “Design a Better Business: New Tools and Mindset for Strategy and Innovation”

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Big Data Brings Big Change to the Recruiting Table

August 27, 2018 | Michael Guglielmo

Mike Guglielmo, Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University, shares much-needed knowledge of big data, including how handling data has changed, where data can be found, data in decision making and the most ideal technology to get your hands on.

Big Data Brings Big Change to the Recruiting Table

August 27, 2018 | Michael Guglielmo

Leaders say data that’s associated with large databases can guarantee the right talent takes the right roles in your company, but using big data proves to be quite challenging. Recruiters have their work cut out for them in today’s war on talent. The correct use of big data in talent acquisition comes from understanding that there’s more to do then data mine the path to top candidates. Recruiters must comprehend data insights, know where to find the most relevant data, and how to support job offer decisions. 

Mike Guglielmo, Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University, shares much-needed knowledge of big data, including how handling data has changed, where data can be found, data in decision making and the most ideal technology to get your hands on.

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Michael Guglielmo

Assistant Professor of Human Resources at Temple University

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Applying the Three I's in Teams: Intention, Interaction, and Influence

June 25, 2018 | Darrin Murriner

Darrin Murriner, author and CEO, discusses how to apply the three I's in teams for greater effectiveness.

Applying the Three I's in Teams: Intention, Interaction, and Influence

June 25, 2018 | Darrin Murriner

Teams are so ubiquitous in the workplace that we often don’t give much thought to the teams we are a part of.  HCI researchers' 2017 Talent Pulse describes the I’s of teams: intention (the design), interaction (performance and training), and influence (leadership) and how each plays a role for better talent and business outcomes. Darrin Murriner, author and CEO, discusses how to apply the three I's in teams for greater effectiveness.

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Darrin Murriner

Cofounder, CEO, Cloverleaf

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Competing for Top Talent in a Scarce Environment

March 12, 2018 | Carol McDaniel

In a tight labor market, innovative organizations are experimenting with new ways to out-recruit the competition. Carol McDaniel of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital shares how her organization is using new technologies and new methods to attract key talent.

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HR’s Role in #MeToo

February 19, 2018 | Jessica Childress

The #MeToo movement is gaining critical momentum, but how should organizations – and the HR function – respond? Employment law attorney Jessica Childress examines some of the legal implications facing organizations today,  and redefines expectations so HR can enable better diversity and inclusion policies.

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Small Groups Are Behind Big Ideas for Inclusive Diversity

February 5, 2018 | Jason Lauritsen

Conferences are great for sharing the latest, most innovative ways to make a difference at your workplace, for your workforce. When it comes to diversity and inclusion, HCI’s Innovation Sprints take big concepts and case studies, and in smaller groups, discuss what new practices can be done immediately to make a real impact at work. 

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Learning, Engagement: Do More For The Modern Workforce

January 22, 2018 | Benny Ramos

The modern workforce expects modern communication that does more than provides info. Engaging experiences are a must when delivering more emotion, storytelling and personalized approaches that make messages more memorable to learners. Businesses see the need for information to be delivered in a learner-centric way, similar to a customer-centric approach,  so that it’s easy to consume and easy to embrace.

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Recognition and Retention: Fighting Turnover with Technology

January 8, 2018 | Michael Levy

Compensation has little to do with an employee’s decision to leave a company, suggesting that recognition (or lack thereof) plays a much bigger role in turnover. On exit interviews, 88 percent of employees said they left for reasons other than pay, according to data per Online Rewards CEO Michael Levy. Employees want to know that they’re contributing to company success and making a difference, and not just going through the motions to receive a biweekly check. If employers can realize that their recognition practices need to get up to speed and better align with employees’ job satisfaction, they’ll be more likely to keep employees happy and keep them around, which is where technology makes all the difference.