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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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  • HR Tech 2018: 5 Ways to Humanize Work

    HR Tech 2018: 5 Ways to Humanize Work

    The annual HR Tech conference had its obvious share of new features and functionality, but a powerful theme – the value of humans – dominated the discussion. Dan Miller shares his top takeaways.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions on Continuous Performance Development

    Frequently Asked Questions on Continuous Performance Development

    Ready to change your performance process, but curious how it will impact compensation, communication, and coaching? Get answers from our webinar or listen to Rosette Cataldo on WorkHuman Radio.

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  • 5 Tips for Promoting Women in Technology

    5 Tips for Promoting Women in Technology

    Caring responsibilities and organizational culture have traditionally caused women to leave tech. Dr. Kara McGann, senior labour market policy executive, shares tips for changing that pattern.

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  • 8 Signs of a Feedback-Focused Culture

    8 Signs of a Feedback-Focused Culture

    From ensuring everyone has a voice to making manager-employee check-ins a priority, a feedback-focused culture is built on relationships of trust and openness.

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  • Get Gary-ed Away: My Top 5 Favorite Gary Hamel Quotes

    Get Gary-ed Away: My Top 5 Favorite Gary Hamel Quotes

    At WorkHuman 2019, keynote speaker Gary Hamel will share insights from his forthcoming book, “Humanocracy,” and provide tools to free organizations from the shackles of bureaucracy.

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  • Friday Listen: Holger Mueller from Constellation Research

    Friday Listen: Holger Mueller from Constellation Research

    In the latest WorkHuman Radio, Holger Mueller says the future of work is all about the intersection of technology and humanity – working together to make work more efficient and productive.

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  • 5 New Findings on Recognition and Reward Technology

    5 New Findings on Recognition and Reward Technology

    From using peer-to-peer awards to tying recognition to corporate goals, read our top takeaways from Gartner's new report, Use Recognition Programs to Boost HR and Talent Effectiveness.

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  • Drop the Playbook: Keep Your Performance Strategy Simple and Human

    Drop the Playbook: Keep Your Performance Strategy Simple and Human

    In this webinar, Globoforce and Brandon Hall Group will share actionable steps you can take to develop a softer, more human approach to employee performance that enhances transparency and trust.

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  • Forgiveness: The Secret to Innovation

    Forgiveness: The Secret to Innovation

    Every act of non-forgiveness creates fear in your remaining employees. It creates a climate of only doing what you know will be approved and never sticking your neck out to suggest a different idea.

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  • An Academic Take on Delayed vs. Immediate Rewards

    An Academic Take on Delayed vs. Immediate Rewards

    Are you delivering rewards at the right time and maximizing on employees’ intrinsic motivation? Cornell professor Kaitlin Woolley shares new research that could improve your reward strategy.

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  • Worlds Apart: Leading a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce

    Worlds Apart: Leading a Diverse and Inclusive Workforce

    Robin Everhart, chief diversity officer at Cintas, argues that the landscape of society is changing, and to remain profitable and competitive, companies must mirror the marketplace.

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  • Diversity and Inclusion Are Very Much Works in Progress

    Diversity and Inclusion Are Very Much Works in Progress

    Reading the headlines about employers’ diversity and inclusion successes, you might think that American industry’s D&I goals are nearly a done deal. But the latest research tells a different story.

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  • The Do's and Don'ts of Pay Equity and Transparency

    The Do's and Don'ts of Pay Equity and Transparency

    Pay equity legislation is changing at a dizzying pace. Tom McMullen from Korn Ferry Hay Group breaks down global pay stats and shares ways companies can adopt more transparency in compensation.

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  • New Rules for Reward in 2018: Q&A with Korn Ferry Hay Group's Tom McMullen

    New Rules for Reward in 2018: Q&A with Korn Ferry Hay Group's Tom McMullen

    Tom shares what it takes to attract and retain talent today and how CHROs and CEOs are rethinking the ROI they get from traditional compensation strategies.

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  • Can You Spot the D&I Expert?

    Can You Spot the D&I Expert?

    In dealing with issues of bias, diversity, and inclusion, we need to assign the same level of resource allocation as we do when tackling other critical issues across the organization.

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  • Crowdsourced Pay: Where Performance, Recognition, and Compensation Meet

    Crowdsourced Pay: Where Performance, Recognition, and Compensation Meet

    Empower everyone in the organization to award part of your variable-pay investment to multiple employees many times a year. Such a system creates a greater impact than lump-sum bonuses given annually.

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  • [Infographic] The Humans Have Spoken.

    [Infographic] The Humans Have Spoken.

    From networking to actionable takeaways, check out our infographic to see all the reasons why your peers loved WorkHuman 2018.

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  • When Human Values and Organizational Values Overlap

    When Human Values and Organizational Values Overlap

    An organization’s core values only have power when – and to the extent that – the humans in and around the organization feel a connection to them.

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