Here is a summary of HBR’s paper: 11 Trends That Will Shape The Work in 2022 and Beyond
“We’ve been living through the greatest workplace disruption in generations and the level of volatility will not slow down in 2022. New Covid variants will continue to emerge and may cause workplaces to temporarily go remote again. Hybrid work will create more unevenness around where, when, and how much different employees are working. Many employees will be greeted with real wage cuts as annual compensation increases fall behind inflation. These realities will be layered on top of longer-term technological transformation, continued DE&I journeys, and ongoing political disruption and uncertainty.”
Has the BIG QUIT got you worried about business growth? Is increasing compensation really the answer long-term?
When people leave it’s not always because they have a bad boss but more often for the promise of more career opportunities.
Being part of a winning team means an abundance of career paths, high-caliber peers, and feeling of making and impact…
Fast growth organizations are like magnets to talented employees.
Nothing provides better opportunities than a company that is growing rapidly.
And when HR leaders switch their mindset that “HR is a cost center'' to “HR is a business driver”, employees, shareholders and customers benefit.
What are the behaviors of companies that have rapid growth?
Check out this weeks Vlog* post when Pramukh Jeyathilak, Head of Human Resources at LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group) and prior head of HR for Fidelity Investments share his personal observations of the behaviors and mindset of rapid growth...
I don't have to tell you that retaining talent is critical to your organizations livelihood and all the programs we put in place will be on shaky ground without proper job leveling or job architecture.
Job leveling provides the organization a foundation for equity, a framework for performance and pay while giving leaders of people the clarity and tools for meaningful career discussions with their staff.
It's challenging to design effective rewards, performance management, DE&I and career paths without this foundational step.
In today's vlog, we are proud to share the discussion our HR Mastermind group had with Tonya Bradford, West Region Talent Business Leader from Willis Towers Watson on job leveling (architecture). Job leveling is a critical enabler of consistent and fair total rewards programs, organization effectiveness and helping employees navigate their careers.
Members please find her PowerPoint presentation and machine generated transcript in the...
Join me to hear from Marion Terrell EVP, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer of (Previously SVP and CHRO) Flagship to learn about his strategies for doubling the business with human capital strategies in 3 years.
PS. If you’re the top HR leader of a middle-market company and aren’t meeting regularly with a group of peers, do yourself a favor and consider joining an HR Inner Circle group.
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Today’s VLOG post is a holiday gift from ECC (Executive Coaching Connections) and CHRO Partners.
What amazing nuggets of wisdom our Mastermind group gained from Karen May and Kathryn Hayley on Leadership Agility and more.
Karen May is a Board Member at Ace Hardware, Alcon Inc., and former CHRO at Mondelēz International, and Kathryn Hayley is a Board Member of Concentrix, First Midwest Bancorp, and former CEO of Aon Hewitt Consulting of America and we had an amazing discussion about leadership agility and are proud to share portions of this conversation with our broader community today - lucky you! .
Watch this 45-minute video to hear about…
View our Mastermind Group "fireside chat" with James Watts, CPO of Pizza Hut and learn about a variety of HR Lessons when Running a Global Multinational Business:
What's your big takeaway? Comment below.
Ps. Interested in upping your 'facing out' time with other sr leaders but don't have the time to put your own advisory board...
Ellen Barker, CIO* at Texas Instruments joined our Mastermind group to share her perspectives on:
In this vlog, she explains the strategies that have worked for her and what we, as HR professionals, can do to help facilitate maximizing talent and I have to say it was one of our favorite talks!
“Posters on the wall aren’t going to help you live your company's core values” and what to do instead.
Click here to learn more from Ellen Barker!
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* Ellen is now retired from her role as CIO at TI