Sarah Payne

Sarah is managing editor at Globoforce. When not writing about all things WorkHuman, leadership, recognition, and appreciation, she enjoys iced coffee, running, and spending time with her daughter, Mabel.

  • Science-Backed Ways to Run Better Meetings

    Science-Backed Ways to Run Better Meetings

    Meetings are the bane of our existence at work. WorkHuman 2019 speaker Dr. Steven Rogelberg thinks we can do better. Learn his science-backed tips for running more efficient meetings.

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  • Webinar: Employee Recognition - Evolve from "Functional" to "Impactful" with Tips from P&G

    Webinar: Employee Recognition - Evolve from "Functional" to "Impactful" with Tips from P&G

    In this customer webinar, you'll learn from the evolution of P&G’s employee recognition program and gain new strategies for leveraging recognition to build a global, unified culture of appreciatio

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  • Daring Leadership is Teachable, Observable, and Measurable

    Daring Leadership is Teachable, Observable, and Measurable

    At WorkHuman 2019, Brené Brown will share ten cultural barriers to courageous leadership, and the learning and unlearning for brave work, tough conversations, and showing up with your whole heart.

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  • "Engagement is flawed because we count every boat the same."

    "Engagement is flawed because we count every boat the same."

    In the latest WorkHuman Radio, we chat with Cy Wakeman on the differences between accountability and engagement and how to change your perspective when it comes to internalizing feedback.

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  • How to Protect Against All-Time High Turnover

    How to Protect Against All-Time High Turnover

    Workers are quitting at rates we haven't seen since the early 2000s and the holidays are known to spur job-search activity. Learn tactics for recruiting and retaining talent even in this environment.

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  • Happy Thanksgiving: 10 Quotes About Gratitude from WorkHuman 2019 Speakers

    Happy Thanksgiving: 10 Quotes About Gratitude from WorkHuman 2019 Speakers

    Get in the Thanksgiving spirit with words of wisdom from thought leaders in the business world and academia on the power of gratitude to transform individuals and workplace cultures.

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  • Workplace Predictions for 2019

    Workplace Predictions for 2019

    How will robots and humans interact in the future? Which steps can HR take to hack their way to a more human workplace? We ask Gary Hamel his workplace predictions for 2019 and beyond.

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  • Webinar: 6 Steps to Increase Employee Retention and Performance

    Webinar: 6 Steps to Increase Employee Retention and Performance

    This Veteran's Day, unemployment is historically low for veterans and workers overall. Learn proven strategies for building human-centric work cultures that can weather any labor market.

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  • Civility and Your Civic Duty: Happy Election Day

    Civility and Your Civic Duty: Happy Election Day

    Mutual respect is crucial to our democracy and our workplaces. Georgetown professor Christine Porath shares how harmful incivility is to workers and how to put aside our differences to get work done.

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  • One Word You Should Stop Saying at Work

    One Word You Should Stop Saying at Work

    WorkHuman 2019 speaker Gary Hamel shares tips like how to give employees more control of their work and their compensation and how to take the politics out of performance management.

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  • Survey: Pay Equity, Psychological Safety, and More Workplace Trends

    Survey: Pay Equity, Psychological Safety, and More Workplace Trends

    Globoforce's new research report, Social Impact in the Human Workplace, highlights the state of performance management, compensation, recognition, and employee voice in the global workplace.

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  • 3 Reasons I Love Kat Cole (And Can't Wait to See Her at WorkHuman 2019)

    3 Reasons I Love Kat Cole (And Can't Wait to See Her at WorkHuman 2019)

    As leader of a multibillion-dollar and multibrand company, Kat will share how hustle, heart, grit, resilience, and empathy are key ingredients to decision-making, risk-taking, and culture-building.

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  • A Brief History of Bureaucracy with Gary Hamel

    A Brief History of Bureaucracy with Gary Hamel

    We kick off our three-part series with Gary discussing the origins of bureaucracy, the financial toll it takes on organizations, and how HR can start to distance itself from bureaucratic waste.

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  • Culture Change Through Empowerment: Q&A with UnitedHealth Group

    Culture Change Through Empowerment: Q&A with UnitedHealth Group

    Give company culture back to your employees. Learn from the success of UHG's cultural ambassador program, which started with three employees in 2009 and is now 18,500-employees strong.

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  • Announcing the WorkHuman 2019 Agenda

    Announcing the WorkHuman 2019 Agenda

    What do a rabbi, an attorney, and a gratitude expert have in common? They'll all be speaking at next year's WorkHuman conference in Nashville, March 18-21.

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  • OMERS on People Analytics, Peer-to-Peer Recognition, and Reward Choice

    OMERS on People Analytics, Peer-to-Peer Recognition, and Reward Choice

    Are you thinking about updating your recognition program, but not sure where to begin? Learn from someone who's been there. We chat with Rahim Bhayani, vice president, total rewards at OMERS.

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  • HR & #MeToo: Where We Stand One Year Later

    HR & #MeToo: Where We Stand One Year Later

    Is HR doing enough to create safer, more equitable work environments in the #MeToo era? Maya Raghu, senior counsel and director of workplace equality at the National Women's Law Center, weighs in.

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  • 5 Effective Coaching Questions for Managers

    5 Effective Coaching Questions for Managers

    Being a good coach still tops the list of most important manager behaviors, and good coaching starts with thoughtful, development-focused questions. Here are five to get you started.

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  • [Podcast] Bonnie St. John on Micro-Resilience

    [Podcast] Bonnie St. John on Micro-Resilience

    Bonnie was the first African American to win a winter Olympic medal. But what might surprise you is her right leg was amputated when she was 5. Now her life mission to help others find their purpose.

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  • How Citrix Re-Built Its People Strategy Around D&I

    How Citrix Re-Built Its People Strategy Around D&I

    Donna Kimmel, senior vice president and chief people officer, came on board after Citrix’s long-time CEO left. In this interview, we chat about her role in charting a new course for the company.

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