Seven Ways to Recognize People at Work, Including Getting the Money Part Right

  Recognizing and rewarding people can be a strategic advantage – helping you keep your best, demonstrating your commitment to people and your commitment to...

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Ten Strengths Every Leader Needs

The best leaders create leaders, not followers. While each person’s leadership style is distinct, true leaders stand by their own sincere, clearly defined sense of...

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Untapped Talent (Looking In, Reaching Out)

HR professionals have been trained to identify specific needs in their organization’s workforce and find people to meet them. However, too narrow a focus...

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Secrets of Human-Capital Management: Avoiding the Compassion Trap

I read a curious article about retiring PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi. The article’s author lamented the fact that, to do the job well, Nooyi...

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Failure to Empower Failure May Cause Failure

“In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.”–...

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Guiding Change – Does HR Add Value?

By Chris Edgelow What human resources professional isn’t involved with change? HR work lies at the critical intersection of business and people - and...

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Change Management? Think ‘Loss’ Management

By Bree Groff I have always identified as a change junkie. It’s why I’m in the business of change management. Why I’ve lived in five...

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Creating Space for Change: A Little Bit Goes a Long Way

By John Whitehead The difference between the best and the worst, between success and failure, between mediocrity and excellence, is often very small. Witness how...

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