leadership

HR has rapidly evolved over the last several years. The job and responsibilities of the average HR professional have expanded exponentially, and the expectations of their skill set have never been higher. The role that once focused on recruiting, hiring, and compliance, now incorporates a much broader scope of work that impacts businesses from top

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AI continues to shape our world as a whole, changing how we interact with just about everything around us. The HR world is experiencing a quantum leap in technology that leverages intelligent automation, robots, chatbots, paperless forms, and numerous digital solutions to important processes.   From Orson Welles’ “War of the Worlds” to iRobot, and

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Employee retention is a major HR issue, but it’s also a major issue for everyone in the organization. While many HR professionals carry the burden of making sure employees “stick and stay”, retention within a business really is the responsibility of everyone, and the entire organization has to understand the importance of their role in

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If you know me, you know I love technology and all of the latest gadgets designed to make life easier…and more fun! You don’t have to look any further than our company, as we’re all-in on artificial intelligence, intelligent automation, chatbots, and any other technology we can develop that can be leveraged by HR professionals

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It seems like just a couple of months ago that we left 2017, yet here we are, entering the final weeks of 2018. Is it just me, or does time just keep flying? We’ve entered “the most wonderful time of the year”, you know “tis the season” of holidays, presents, parties, family, fun, and even

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It’s easy these days to throw around the narcissist label on anyone who doesn’t listen or acts like they’re the most important one in the room. While there are few real, diagnosable narcissists, there are plenty of people who show-up on the spectrum of narcissism. The challenge in today’s workplace is not just the overt,

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“You only get once chance to make a first impression!” Unless you can score a memory charm that obliviates someone’s memory (thanks Harry Potter), you only get one shot when it comes to introducing a new employee to your company and all of its inner workings. You get one shot to make it right, one

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The American workforce is always in a state of change, as it responds to values, timing, employer demands, the economy, and more. Although there has been the consistent presence of a skills gap in most arenas of American business, the demands, needs, and requirements of individual employees today shifts on a myriad of variables specific

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Let’s face it: Business is challenging, and so is life. In this time of our country, where leadership is at the forefront of every news story and national narrative, it’s important for us to realize that we are all part of the implications of the leadership confrontations that are occurring, in one way or another.

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Folks, we’re in the thick of it. It’s hard to recall from memory or history books when immigration was such an important and hot topic for our country. Don’t worry, this isn’t about to turn political. We the people who make up our country are the same ones who make up our companies, our economic

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Do you know this feeling? You’re driving down the road, following your GPS. You make a wrong turn and your GPS tells you to turn around. Traffic is heavy and you can’t turn right away, so it keeps recalculating, and you can just swear that the voice is getting frustrated with you. Of course this

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How do you impress an algorithm? There is no punch line here, because it’s not a joke. Intelligent automation is already at work, helping HR professionals scan through resumes to find potential new hires. At an ever-increasing speed, HR technology is finding ways to streamline the search for candidates, evaluating work samples, reviewing social media

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In his book, 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader, author John Maxwell makes the assertion that “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” Among many other attributes, great leaders communicate effectively, in both word and action. Today’s HR professionals are expected to communicate in ways like never before, offering insight into the human elements of a

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“My mom always said life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.” (Forrest Gump) This saying is just as true in business as it is in your personal life. No matter your plans, projections, initiatives, or goals, you never really know what you’re going to get in your business. From your recruiting and

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There’s an old saying, “People don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care.” It’s disputed who actually coined the phrase, but it’s an often-shared belief nonetheless, and one that holds tremendous value within the realm of leadership.   The business world is often viewed as a primarily transactional universe, a

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I’m seeing RED. Women, please come back to work today…we need you.   Isn’t it “funny” (haha), how in the supposed good-ole days, you were expected to stay at home, take care of the kids, wash the clothes, clean the house, and make sure you looked pretty when the man came home from work? You

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And the winner is…La La Land! If you were tuned in like me, nothing seemed out of the ordinary as the acceptance speeches began for movie of the year. But about two minutes in, the room began to bustle, and you could see activity on the stage. What unfolded over the next few moments turned

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