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8 HR Models Every HR Practitioner Should Know in 2023

AIHR

HR must operate well to bring true value to an organization. A well-thought-out structure puts HR in a better position to deliver services effectively and create impact. HR models help define and explain the role of HR in the business. When HR practitioners understand how HR models work and are familiar with the philosophies of some widely-used frameworks, they can set up their HR organization for success.

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What’s Holding You Back In Your Leadership Development?

Lolly Daskal

As a leader, it’s important to constantly work on your development and growth in order to effectively guide and inspire your team. However, there may be certain behaviors or habits that are holding you back from reaching your full potential and you might not even be aware of it. Here are few common things that can hinder your leadership development: Assuming that you are the smartest in the room: As a leader, assuming that you are the smartest person in the room can be a dangerous mindset.

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AI Brings Opportunities And Risks To Workplace DEI Efforts

Forbes Leadership

AI has the potential to revolutionize almost every industry. It also poses significant risks to society and humanity, which is why it is crucial to have guidance and resources to ensure its positive impact. One area where AI can either bolster or undermine progress is in corporate DEI initiatives.

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AI Can Be Both Accurate and Transparent

Harvard Business Review

Historically, tech leaders have assumed that the better a human can understand an algorithm, the less accurate it will be. But is there always a tradeoff?

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SME Relationships: Proven Solutions for Seamless Collaboration and Success

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

💢 Do you find yourself stuck in never-ending review cycles? Are you wondering if your Subject Matter Expert actually got that last review request? Are you having trouble trying to decipher impractical or conflicting feedback? 💢 If any of these scenarios sounds familiar, you may benefit from a crash course on managing SME relationships!

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18 Key Leadership Competencies for 2023 Success

AIHR

Developing a diverse leadership bench is essential. In fact, companies that actively implement training and mentoring initiatives to develop leadership competencies are 3.4 times more likely to be rated as a best place to work. However, only 40% of organizations rate their leader quality as good or excellent. That’s why upskilling leaders and managers is one of the key HR trends.

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How to Support Your Leader In Challenging Times

Lolly Daskal

As a leader, you are often called upon to navigate difficult situations and challenges. It’s easy to forget that our leaders themselves may also need support during these times, especially when it comes to navigating difficult situations and challenges. So, how can we support our leaders during these times? Here are a few suggestions that can go a long way: Be a sounding board: Leaders often need a safe and confidential space to share their thoughts and ideas.

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Leading Thoughts for May 11, 2023

Michael McKinney

I DEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I. Morra Aarons-Mele on labeling: “Such an error in thinking gets you off the hook when it comes to improving a situation. If you think you’re inherently bad (I am a failure), rather than a normal person who makes mistakes or bad decisions (I occasionally fail), you’ve essentially given up before even trying.

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Pulse Survey Incentives Ideen zur Erhöhung der Rücklaufquote

Vantage Circle

Die Durchführung einer Umfrage zum Mitarbeiterengagement hilft der Organisation, sich zu verbessern. Sie ermöglicht es den Beteiligten, fundierte Entscheidungen zu treffen. Was aber, wenn Ihre Mitarbeiter nicht antworten? Es gibt mehrere Gründe, warum die Rücklaufquote bei Mitarbeiterbefragungen niedrig sein kann. Diese können darin bestehen, dass die Mitarbeiter die Umfrage nicht kennen, dass sie nicht motiviert sind, daran teilzunehmen, dass sie sich der Umfrage ü

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6 Things Not to Do When Leading a Video Meeting

Lolly Daskal

Video meetings have become an integral part of our daily lives. As a leader, it’s important to ensure that these meetings are productive and efficient. Here are six things you should avoid when leading a video meeting: Fail to plan: It’s important to have an agenda and clear goals for the meeting. This will help you stay on track and ensure that the meeting is productive.

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Bank Loan Officer Survey Shows That The Economy Will Slow Down, Leading To Layoffs

Forbes Leadership

With tighter restrictions on business and personal loans, the economy will contract. As businesses are unable to procure funding, they will likely need to streamline costs, which will include conducting layoffs.

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Change Management 101: A Practical 3 Part Guide

Implementing new tools or business processes in your organization? Lemon Learning put together a practical 3 part guide to prevent the pitfalls of change management. Drive a successful change management project from diagnosis through to measurement.

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The Case for Self-Aware Leaders

Association Now Leadership

CEOs know how their organizations operate. But a study suggests they don’t always see the impact of their actions. Confession: I roll my eyes a bit whenever I come across something in the leadership literature that talks about the importance of being “self-aware.” Leaders, drowning in data , tend to be profoundly well-informed about what’s happening at the organizations they lead.

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How Change Proficiency Delivers Value In Uncertain Times

Chief Executive

Today’s global economy is experiencing an unprecedented level of turbulence and transformation. Rapid technological advancements, geopolitical tensions, climate change, and the ongoing impact of the Covid-19 pandemic have converged to create a volatile, uncertain and constantly changing economic landscape. Oftentimes, companies handle times of uncertainty and a tenuous economy by taking what might be considered a more conservative approach.

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How the Best Leaders Help Underperforming Employees

Lolly Daskal

As a leader, it’s important to help your team members succeed, and that includes supporting those who may be underperforming. The best leaders instead of giving up, they take the time to understand the root causes of the underperformance and work to help the employee improve. Here are a few strategies that leaders take to support underperforming employees: Identify the root cause of the underperformance.

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Ten Years Of Leadership At The Business School For The World

Forbes Leadership

The Dean of INSEAD, Ilian Mihov is a quietly-spoken and deeply thoughtful individual. He reaches the end of his 10-year tenure as the school's dean in September. He leaves behind an indelible mark on the prestigious Business School for the World.

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Is Training the Right Solution?

Speaker: Tim Buteyn

Let's set the scene: you’ve identified a critical performance gap in your organization and need to close that gap. A colleague suggests training, but you suspect there’s something going on that training can’t address. How can you determine if training is the right solution before you commit your budget and resources to a new training program? In this webinar, you will learn how to determine if training is the right solution using the Behavior Engineering Model.

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Jobs for Marketing Graduates

BetterUp

Jump to section Is a marketing career worth it? How to get a marketing job: Start with an undergraduate degree 7 hard and soft marketing skills Benefits of marketing for organizations 9 jobs for marketing majors Should I get a master’s degree in marketing?

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Align Or Decline in 2023: Recession-Proofing Sales And Marketing

Chief Executive

While the U.S. economy has dodged the bullet of an economic recession multiple times in the last few months, many businesses now feel that American consumers are becoming more careful and more selective about how they spend their money. Moreover, a look at the current inflation numbers, OPEC’s announced production cuts, the continuing war in Europe, and a banking crisis of which nobody knows whether it is truly under control.

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How Leadership Notes of Appreciation Are So Impactful

Lolly Daskal

As a leader, it’s important to recognize and appreciate the hard work and dedication of your team. One way to do this is by taking the time to write a note of appreciation to your team members. These notes don’t have to be long or elaborate, but they can have a huge impact on morale and motivation. Here are a few reasons why leadership notes of appreciation are so impactful: They show you value people: When you take the time to write a note of appreciation, you are letting your team

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These 10 Women Investors Are Betting Big On Synthetic Biology Future

Forbes Leadership

These ten investors – some of whom will be speaking at the SynBioBeta conference in two weeks – are recognizing the power of synthetic biology to solve those challenges and create entirely new industries and markets with multi-billion-dollar potential.

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Revitalizing Dry Content: A Lesson in Engagement

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

We’ve all been there. You’ve been given a pile of dry content and asked to create a compelling eLearning course. You’re determined to create something more engaging than the same old course that learners quickly click through, but how do you take this “boring” content and create something relevant and engaging? Many instructional designers will say, “Boring in means boring out.

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Creating a Culture of Accountability

Thought Leaders LLC

Learn how to create a culture of accountability by establishing a set of principles for how you want your teams to behave. Once you understand your accountabilities as a leader and you’ve clearly defined them for the members of your team, you need to start thinking about the broader organization, and how you can create a culture of accountability.

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Want More Board Experience? Look Outside The Corporate World

Chief Executive

This is a natural evolution of your professional experiences. And for some people, this evolution includes what I’ve often called extracurricular activities. These are opportunities that are not formally part of a corporate job description. They could include an ad hoc role at a local university, creation and/or sponsorship of an employee resource group, engagement in a structured mentoring program or even a formal role at a community group, such as an advisory board member of a nonprofit organi

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Real-Time Leadership: Creating the Space Between Stimulus and Response to Make Wise Choices

Michael McKinney

M AKING the most of every moment requires that we slow down and create some space between the challenges that are thrown at us and how we react. When faced with high-stakes challenges, we too often rely on our instincts and pattern recognition that we have developed through years of experience and plow ahead. When the challenge or opportunity is new, relying on our instincts can take us in the wrong direction.

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The U.S. Presidential Scholars For 2023 Are Named

Forbes Leadership

The 59th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars has been announced. This year’s group consists of 161 outstanding high school seniors, who are being recognized for their accomplishments in academics, the arts, and career and technical education fields.

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Brain Fog HQ: Memory Enhancement Techniques for Professional Development

Speaker: Chester Santos – Author, International Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach, Corporate Trainer, Memory Expert, U.S. Memory Champion

In October, scientists discovered that 75% of patients who experienced brain fog had a lower quality of life at work than those who did not. At best, brain fog makes you slower and less efficient. At worst, your performance and cognitive functions are impaired, resulting in memory, management, and task completion problems. In this entertaining and interactive presentation, Chester Santos, "The International Man of Memory," will assist you in developing life-changing skills that will greatly enha

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Fixing Performance Reviews, for Good

SHRM Organizational Development

We’re hearing a lot lately about the disappointment and frustration of performance reviews. At Confirm, we run performance cycles for our customers every day. We’ve learned that: 1. How we work isn't how we're measured 2. Employee performance follows a power law, not a bell curve 3. Calibrations make bad manager ratings worse How we work isn’t how we’re measured After World War I, industrial psychologist Walter Scott introduced a consistent rating scale for the U.S. military to evaluate recruits

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The Untapped Merit Of Military Spouses

Chief Executive

As corporate leaders, we strive to hire employees who have specific proficiencies and talents for each role, but beyond that, we should also seek individuals who uphold our corporate values, are role models of leadership and can gracefully adapt to changing circumstances. Military spouses are committed to the mission, dedicated to developing strong relationships and hold core values that are desirable attributes for any organization.

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An Ordinary Man: Gerald R. Ford

Michael McKinney

G ERALD FORD was an inner-directed leader that gave him quiet strength. He didn’t indulge his ego. A leader with the courage to do what needed to be done despite the consequences. Richard Norton Smith’s extraordinary biography of Gerald Ford, An Ordinary Man , pulls together multiple perspectives to give essential insights into Ford’s thinking and leadership.

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Signs To Look Out For To Know If The Interview Went Well And You’re Likely To Receive A Job Offer

Forbes Leadership

Almost everyone goes through self-doubt throughout the job search and interview process. Here are some signs to look out for to know if the interview went well and you will likely receive a job offer.

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From Amazon To Buffer: 8 Company Culture Examples To Learn From

AIHR

As an HR professional, you’ve often heard about company culture examples in meetings or company strategy sessions. But why is company culture so influential in how we build businesses? First, company culture plays a crucial role in shaping the success and longevity of an organization. It’s about creating a positive workplace atmosphere and fostering a sense of community, shared values, and purpose among employees.

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Unleashing Your AI Advantage

Chief Executive

Editor’s Note: We’re all looking to get smarter, faster about what to do with generative AI. That’s why Chief Executive has put together a great afternoon of learning and strategizing-the C-Suite’s Guide to Generative AI: Practical Applications and Uses, June 26 anchored by Tom Davenport, who we talk with here and Microsoft’s Rashida Hodge. Get a leg up.

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The Power of Inertia

Refresh

A Motivational Message from Leadership Expert Jim Stovall Whether we’re aware of it or not, we are all subject to a principle known as inertia in our personal and professional lives. Sir Isaac Newton defined inertia by explaining that an object at rest remains at rest, and an object in motion remains in motion at a constant speed and in a straight line unless acted on by an outside force.

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What To Say In An Interview So You Get The Job

Forbes Leadership

The job market is strong and now is a great time to advance your career—and you can rock the interview. Beyond how you design your resume, what you wear or how you show up—perhaps most important is what you say and how you communicate the potential match between your contribution and the role.

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Mastering Employee Write-Ups: Your One-Stop Downloadable Form and Guide

AIHR

Employee write-ups are written warnings that usually follow other forms of disciplinary action that have not resulted in the improvement of an employee’s conduct or performance. They are included in an employee’s permanent record and can be used to determine future promotions or even terminations. An employee write-up form template can be a useful tool for HR professionals to support the process fairly and equitably in their organizations.

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AI: A Guide To The Uncanny Valley

Chief Executive

Editor’s Note: We’re all looking to get smarter, faster about what to do with generative AI. That’s why Chief Executive has put together a great afternoon of learning and strategizing-the C-Suite’s Guide to Generative AI: Practical Applications and Uses, June 26. Get a leg up. Join us > From the Turing Test to I Robot to 2001’s H.A.L. to Siri, it’s seemed a question of when, not if, we would share our world with “thinking machines”—none of which seems to have prepared the world for the las