They call me Momma Bear of HR and my heart goes out to HR leaders and all that has landed on their lap in the last 18 months.#Pandemic, #DEI&B, #Retention, #GreatResignation, #RTO, #RemoteFirst, #EmployeeMentalHealth
So when this article was posted by one of our HR Circle Facebook members it completely hit home and I couldn’t have described the state of HR any better…
Here are excerpts from the article..
“...there’s simply too much work to be able to fully step away and prioritize their (HR’s) wellbeing.”
“...(HR leaders) helping companies shift to remote work....drafted every type of business update and filtered down messages from the top, oftentimes bearing the brunt of negative feedback from employees.”
“The competition puts more pressure on HR to make sure their organization is offering the best and most attractive benefits, including...
As organizations start bringing corporate events back and are trying to capture the hearts and minds of employees it is important to get the message and delivery right.
Today we interview Stephanie Weaver a public speaking coach since 2011and curator for TEDxSanDiego and organizes TED-style corporate events.
Stephanie shares what she sees organizations do to help their sr. executives deliver engaging and compelling messages in corporate events , customer events and town-halls. Whether the executives fall in the "I don't need help" or "I hate public speaking" camp they all can benefit from a coach.
She shares with us the different types of talks beyond TED style talks and a framework for HR leaders to help their execs deliver more compelling and engaging communications to their employees and customers.
If you're interested in engaging with Stephanie, you can reach her through her website at:
ps. Come checkout the results of her coaching...
I am pleased to announce that Carly Patterson will be our closing keynote speaker at this year’s BigHR event.
Carly Patterson is an all-around champion at the 2004 Olympics and the first all-around champion for the United States at a non-boycotted Olympics.
Watch this quick 6-minute interview and get a preview of Carly's keynote talk about resilience and her thoughts about the Olympics this summer.
Don't wait another minute to get signed up for the BigHR event today (in-person or virtually)
If you’re a CHRO/CPO, Center of excellence HR leader, head of HR and craving a way to re-connect, re-energize and raise a glass with your peers at our annual invite only event, click the link below to get signed up for this amazing event on September 10, 2021, in-person in West Plano and virtually on-line.
We have limited seating so don’t wait to get your ticket even if you aren’t sure about your schedule yet because...
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HR knows when it comes to career pathing and succession planning the process can leave employees feeling:
...Unclear about the metrics they’re being measured on
...Concerned with their promotion track
...Unsure about the impact it will have on salary
To help ease your workforce’s fears and create a career pathing process for retention join me in watching this month’s lesson with Felicia Taylor the CHRO at Trintech (Previous VP of Global HR and M&A at RealPage, Inc.) where she shares her expertise on:
...The importance of career paths in employee retention and performance management
...Why today’s workforce values job progression as much as pay
...Simple tools to help you launch competency-based career paths
...How to measure turnover associated with career growth to show leaders why employees are leaving for better opportunities...
In this month’s vlog post, Amy Messersmith the CHRO at U.S. Anesthesia Partners reminds us of how valuable HR is at unlocking potential and aligning to the organization's goals through strategy, structure, culture, and the business's language.
So when leaders are asking hard questions, looking for advice, or making tough decisions HR is the strategic partner:
Organizations are hungry for HR leaders who can lay out a game plan to get from point A to point B. After years in HR and experience across several industries, Amy has gained insights, models, & advice to position strategic HR.
In this one-hour...
A company who is not customer-centric or focused on employee engagement can make HR feel as though:
...Employees are not reaching their full potential & become under-performers
...It is difficult to get anything meaningful done
...The unhappiness of the culture has a spillover effect into the quality of service customers receive
In this month's lesson, Jeff Kramer the CHRO at 1st Global (prior)* shares the value of HR's journey. Moving from transactional HR to a strategic partner and then to ultimately focus on cultivating a culture that aligns employee engagement to creating a competitive advantage for the business.
After decades in HR, Jeff has the incredible ability to coach Senior Executives, educate them, get them on board, and make his initiatives business...
In the current age of technology disruption, information is constantly changing…
Senior leaders need to make quick decisions to solve problems and create solutions. Leaders tend to rely on business acumen to reach quick answers, but it’s people who move the business forward. As talent professionals, HR has the opportunity to demonstrate their expertise for coaching people, but sometimes find:
To overcome these hurdles watch this month’s lesson on Coaching for Leadership IQ, with Mark Benton the VP of Talent Management & Diversity at McKesson.
With 20 years of experience in communicating with executives, building capabilities that translate into solutions, Mark has...
Whether you are a CHRO, Chief People Officer, Head of Business Partners, or Head of a Center of Excellence you understand how important human capital is to the business, but there are still environments that:
All you can do is control your own actions. In this month’s lesson, Liz Brown the Senior Director of People and Communities for Cisco, shares her expertise and tips to building a strong team so that you can:
Watch the 50-minute lesson above so that you will learn: