Aaron Kinne

Aaron Kinne is a senior writer at Workhuman.

  • How a culture of goodness drives better business results

    How a culture of goodness drives better business results

    CEO and founder of Good Leadership Enterprises Paul Batz believes it’s the leader’s job to not only find goodness, but to “make it grow in every single person that’s a part of their enterprise.”

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  • Webinar recap: 6 major risks of homegrown recognition programs (and how to avoid them)

    Webinar recap: 6 major risks of homegrown recognition programs (and how to avoid them)

    In our latest webinar, we explored what it takes to make a social recognition program successful and shared the six common risks of homegrown rewards systems.

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  • How HR data drives Cisco's culture

    How HR data drives Cisco's culture

    Building a great culture doesn’t happen overnight. It requires a deliberate and strategic approach to cultural transformation. And for Cisco, Social Recognition has been a key culture driver.

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  • Webinar: 6 major risks of homegrown recognition programs (and how to avoid them)

    Webinar: 6 major risks of homegrown recognition programs (and how to avoid them)

    If you’re thinking about implementing a “do-it-yourself” solution – or if you already have a homegrown program – you won’t want to miss an upcoming webinar hosted by Workhuman on August 22.

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  • Microsoft's cultural transformation: An insider's view

    Microsoft's cultural transformation: An insider's view

    Organizational culture evolution is a challenge. That’s why – with its 145,000 employees spread across 192 countries – the cultural transformation at Microsoft is nothing short of remarkable.

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  • Kat Cole: "There's a leader in everyone."

    Kat Cole: "There's a leader in everyone."

    As COO of Focus Brands, Kat is keenly aware that great ideas are more likely to come from the front line than from the C-suite. As she put it, “there aren't cash registers in our corporate office."

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  • From feedback to feedforward: redefining performance management

    From feedback to feedforward: redefining performance management

    Why is it that both employees and managers alike dread performance reviews? According to Joe Hirsch, “Feedback has become an instrument of fear, and not joy.”

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  • Humans of Workhuman: a Navy veteran comes full circle

    Humans of Workhuman: a Navy veteran comes full circle

    AJ Abreu chronicles his journey growing up in Framingham, Mass., traveling to the globe while in the Navy, and coming full circle back to Framingham as an IT support engineer at Workhuman.

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  • Allyship, empathy, and supporting our transgender workers

    Allyship, empathy, and supporting our transgender workers

    As a transgender person, Natalie Egan spent the first 38 years of her life identifying as someone very different from who she is today. Her company is focused on spreading empathy and equity at scale.

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  • SHRM 2019: What Happens in Vegas ... Can Transform Your Organization

    SHRM 2019: What Happens in Vegas ... Can Transform Your Organization

    Workhuman CHRO Steve Pemberton and Jesse Harriott of the Workhuman Analytics & Research Institute will co-present a session titled, “Moving Beyond Unconscious Bias in the Workplace."

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  • Unfiltered: The Gary Hamel Interview

    Unfiltered: The Gary Hamel Interview

    According to Professor Hamel, management tends to see “control” and “freedom” as mutually exclusive. But there's a more effective type of control that comes from transparency and shared goals.

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  • Webinar: How to Build a Culture of Gratitude (And Why It's So Important)

    Webinar: How to Build a Culture of Gratitude (And Why It's So Important)

    Workhuman data scientist Alan Medinger and HR business partner and Sharon Pollard will share how gratitude can be built into every organizational process that involves people.

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  • The Gratitude Workout

    The Gratitude Workout

    Senior writer Aaron Kinne shares how just as a forced hiatus from working out reshaped his perspective on his time at the gym, gratitude can play a transformative role in how we view our jobs.

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  • The kryptonite to workplace incivility

    The kryptonite to workplace incivility

    At Workhuman Live 2019, Christine Porath, Ph.D. shared how learning how to thrive in the workplace can “inoculate” us from the destructive effects of uncivil co-workers and work environments.

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  • Transforming horse-and-buggy rewards into a recognition Ferrari

    Transforming horse-and-buggy rewards into a recognition Ferrari

    Merck partnered with Workhuman to revamp its antiquated, paper-based recognition program into a best-in-class recognition engine that's user-friendly, locally relevant, and inclusive of all employees.

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  • Gratitude – the ultimate performance-enhancing substance

    Gratitude – the ultimate performance-enhancing substance

    A large body of psychological, behavioral, and social research shows the power of gratitude in creating a harmonious, humane, and productive work culture. Learn how to build gratitude into your team.

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  • The WestJet Story: Recognition is Who They Are

    The WestJet Story: Recognition is Who They Are

    Great companies take an active role in defining their culture. Learn how WestJet is using recognition to build engagement and connections across a diverse and distributed workforce.

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  • 12 Points of Data: Selling Social Recognition to Senior Management

    12 Points of Data: Selling Social Recognition to Senior Management

    Data is the driver that will get top management’s attention – and help you make a strong, bottom-line case for bringing social recognition to your organization.

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