The ROI of Leading by Example is Priceless

At first glance, the title of this article makes sense. Of course leading by example is priceless. It’s an expression that we’ve all heard and have grown to like and even believe...if done right. Leadership A Way of Being However, as...

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How do you define the ROI of HR?

Kane Kilbey associate VP, HR, University of Victoria Saanichton, BC Kane is the associate vice president, human resources at the University of Victoria. In this capacity, he is responsible for HR strategy and the leadership of HR services for staff including organizational development...

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The Incalculable ROI of HR

It sounds simple enough in theory, and sometimes it is in practice, too. If you own a factory that makes a wildly popular widget, you might decide to add another machine to increase production. If you compare the additional money...

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The Challenge of Employee Engagement: Ready, Set, Engage?

What is REALLY challenging about employee engagement? Why is it so difficult? Your organization is investing so much time and money to stay competitive and to take care of their employees at this fast paced world. As HR professionals and...

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Steve Cadigan: The ROI of Culture-Building

Steve Cadigan is founder of Cadigan Talent Ventures LLC and co-founder of Silicon Valley’s ISDI Digital University—formed in 2017 to help address the growing digital divide. Steve advises fast-growth tech companies like Twitter, Google, Eventbrite, GoPro and some of...

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Building the HR Business Case: Communicating the ROI of Coaching Culture

By Donna Howes, CPHR Over the past decade or more, there’s been a world-wide revolution as organizations large and small have taken a stand for coaching as a vital HR strategy and business driver. Coaching Business Improvements The acknowledged clout of a...

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Fear Freezes the Free Mind Factor: Finding the Path to a Culture of Helping

By Doug Turner What does the free mind factor bring to work? Quite simply, everything. However, it thrives only in certain situations or environments—typically characterized by creativity, innovation, collaboration, originality, and lots of new cool ideas; you get the idea. All...

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Millennial Learning “Needs” Work for Everyone: Unlocking Organizational Potential

By Lynn Oucharek Imagine sitting in a still room with no windows, dim lights, and just the sound of someone speaking in the background. If the picture that rises to mind is a surgical theatre, consider that this how many...

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