Aubrey wants to help build a world where innovative ideas, voracious appetites for trivia, and unencumbered naptime rule.
As the Senior Director of Content Operations at the Human Capital Institute, she supports the strategy, design, and development of materials and tools that help HR practitioners monitor, manage, improve, and capitalize on the every aspect of the talent lifecycle. Previously, Aubrey managed the development and launch of education courses on analytics for HR, and coaching. She has authored reports on topics including career management, emotional intelligence, talent mobility, and employee engagement. Other areas of interest include the design and implementation of onboarding programs, effective team-building practices, and exploring ways to build creative and sustainable employee workplaces and cultures.
Aubrey earned her master’s degree in Organizational Communication from the University of Kentucky (Go Cats!) and is currently based in Cincinnati, Ohio. When she is not busy designing HR content, she enjoys reading, singing, Scrabble, (occasionally) running, and spending time with her family.
Content Featuring Aubrey K. Wiete
Discover how to improve the performance of working groups by being intentional about team member composition, strengthening team leader skills and abilities, and offering development around interpersonal and task effectiveness.
Reveal how to create a culture of performance development at your organization and dive into the research-based approach to making unbiased performance evaluations.
Examine how employers are designing, implementing, and measuring the success of their employee referral programs and uncover some of the right incentives that can motivate and encourage your best to refer the brightest.
Explore how leading companies are designing onboarding programs, onboarding principles that lead to better talent and organizational outcomes, and the general components of a successful onboarding program.
Explore career mobility and examine the need for increased investment in programs that leverage in-house talent by clear identification, development, and deployment of skills.
80% of organizations agree that data analytics skills are becoming more important for HR professionals. Unfortunately, only 17% of organizations have moved beyond basic proficiency at talent analytics. In this HCI Keynote video, Aubrey K. Wiete ...Read more
Attendees of this webcast will learn how Career Empowerment is defined and practiced in organizations today as part of original research conducted in partnership with HCI and RiseSmart, and bring back innovative ways to support employee empowerment to their own business.
To explore this topic further, HCI and Achievers conducted a survey in early 2013 to better understand how employee engagement is cultivated and maintained by three key players: the employee, the manager, and the organization. When these three groups work cohesively on building and sustaining engagement, the results are profound.
The rise of globalized organizations and a more collaborative nature of work, along with the growing risk and cost of employee turnover have propelled coaching into the spotlight as a primary means of employee development and an imperative skill ...Read more