In this episode 8, we talk with Dr. Jonathan Westover about how the color indigo—and a servant leadership mentality—inspired the leadership lessons he wrote about in his new book, ‘Bluer than Indigo’ Leadership: The Journey of Becoming a Truly Remarkable Leader.
In this episode 7, we talk with Amber Parr about how HR can adopt a growth mindset in our ever-changing world of work.
In this episode 6, we talk with Ryan Archibald about how HR professionals can be better partners to their leadership team—and operate as a trusted resource, even when you’re an HR department of one.
In this episode 3, we talk with Nick Staley about the need to be an advocate for employee mental health.
In this episode 2, we talk with Elisa Garn how HR professionals can shape the employee experience—and be a positive driver of engagement.
In this episode 1, we talk with Kaden Heaton about insights on how small businesses can get HR right, even when you’re not ready to hire a full-time HR person.
A lot goes into running a successful small business. Along with a good idea and a quality product, you need a great team behind the business, making the operation run smoothly and taking care of the day-to-day work. An important part of that team is the human resources department. Why is human resources important? Your human resources team takes care of your other employees, working to create a productive environment where people feel valued and motivated to stay at the company and give their best work.
Human resources leaders are playing a critical role in healthcare companies throughout the industry. HR’s ability to hire and train the right people, manage variable shifts and pay schedules, understand regulatory and legal compliance, and improve patient satisfaction, are making the department invaluable.
It’s no secret that people are complicated. No two people are alike and everyone has their own unique preferences. These differences can make people management challenging. However, when you learn to R.E.A.D. people, you’ll immediately become a better manager and you’ll earn the trust of your team.
The field of human resources is attracting more and more talent each and every year. It has been identified as one of the fastest-growing and most fulfilling jobs in the world of business, and new-comers without a traditional background are trying to find a way into the industry. Here are some tips and tricks on how to get into human resources.
Even employees who have dealt with an HR manager may have questions about what they do. Human resources has changed drastically from its beginnings in the industrial revolution, and HR managers are always coming up with ideas about how to take care of the people behind a business. But what do they actually do? Why is this role so important in every company? And what is a human resources job like in 2021?
Employees quit on their bosses, not their company. A good manager can be the difference between an employee staying at your company for six months or two years. It’s critical to invest in training and developing managers who value their direct reports. Here we break down six managerial mistakes that need to be avoided at all costs.
On the surface, many businesses seem like they thrive on nothing but sales transactions, processes, and industry jargon. But every company—from massive corporations to small businesses—ultimately has a group of people who make up the heart of their organization.
We’ve spent time speaking to hundreds of HR managers over the last three years, and we’ve learned a lot about what they like and don’t like about their work. Here we summarize the nine reasons HR managers love their job and why so many people are flocking to the profession.
Every job has certain responsibilities that are critical to its success. Although there is no easy way to succinctly summarize all the responsibilities that belong in an HR manager’s job description, we’ve broken down the five ways that great HR managers can have an outsized impact on their company.
Each one of us dreams of maximizing our potential and reaching peak performance. It doesn’t matter what profession we’re in, we’d all like to be the best we can be. In order to do this, we use tools to enhance our abilities. Companies like Eddy make software tools for HR professionals to help them achieve more. We believe that every HR professional should use HR software.
We know how hard it is to curate a book list, so we went ahead and did it for you. If you’re looking for inspiration, motivation, and transformation for 2021, then check out our recommendations! We’ve compiled a strong list of eight books that we believe are must-reads for HR managers in 2021.
Sometimes it’s easier to listen than it is to read. If you’re looking for motivation or ideas on how to improve your company, work environment, or culture, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve carefully curated an awesome list of amazing speeches delivered by leadership experts. You’ll find all 10 videos embedded into the article to make your viewing experience seamless.
Workplace stress can not only hinder performance and affect job satisfaction, but it can harm your emotional and psychological well-being away from work. Learning to manage stress in the workplace can be an essential key that helps unlock a happier way to live. Here are some practical steps to help manage stress in the workplace.
Human Resources managers have a lot to do. They need to be organized, focused, task-oriented, and good with people. But they also need to be strategic thinkers who can dive into the weeds or think clearly about the big picture. Their day-to-day can be filled with responsibilities in completely different areas of work. In case you’ve been wondering, here’s what HR managers do.
Quotes are often a great source of inspiration, and when it comes to the year 2021, we think everyone could use a little pick-me-up! Here are 10 HR quotes that we found helped us think more introspectively, and get excited about the rest of the year.
As a startup or small business you probably have a game plan for product development, market penetration, and marketing initiatives, but what’s your game plan for Human Relations? Here’s the ground-up HR game plan for startups and small businesses.