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2017 Apr. 4th 10:27am

🏠 Engaging Senior Leadership in Driving Culture Improvement

🏠 Engaging Senior Leadership in Driving Culture Improvement

In the IPMA-HR report, HR2020: Shifting Perspectives—A Vision for Public Sector HR, culture was identified as one of the five essential focus areas for human resources professionals who are committed to leading and influencing transformational change. Along with the areas of leadership, talent, technology and communication, culture was highlighted because improvements in this area can have significant and long-lasting impact.

HR News - April 2017
2017 Feb. 28th 3:40pm

Action Learning: Developing Leaders to Harness Change

Action Learning: Developing Leaders to Harness Change

Nothing within an organization is as inevitable as change itself and 2017 will be no exception.  Many in the federal and private sectors believe change is good, though managing and navigating change is often harder as there are questions that must be answered to include:

HR News - March 2017
2017 Feb. 1st 9:55am

3 Ways to Clear Barriers to Development for Women Leaders

3 Ways to Clear Barriers to Development for Women Leaders

Women bring different experiences, perspectives and competencies to leadership roles. Providing targeted leadership programs for women is not just a diversity initiative, it is a business imperative. Still, women often fight an uphill battle when trying to qualify for leadership positions in male-dominated industries. While many workplaces have committed to fostering equality of opportunity, barriers to advancement remain.

HR News - February 2017
2017 Jan. 11th 6:32pm

🏠 IPMA-HR 2016 Benchmarking Survey Results Suggest Ways to Manage a Multigenerational Workforce

🏠 IPMA-HR 2016 Benchmarking Survey Results Suggest Ways to Manage a Multigenerational Workforce

The long-forecast silver tsunami may never hit. Baby boomers, unable to afford retirement, are holding on to their jobs for ever-greater lengths, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This has placed some tension on government human resources professionals, as they are pulled in several opposing directions by having to manage the needs of employees of wide- ranging ages. This is the topic that IPMA-HR 2016 Benchmarking Survey tackled, and this article presents a few of the most actionable findings.

HR News - November 2016
2016 Dec. 1st 12:12pm

🏠 Should Appreciation Be Performance-Based?

🏠 Should Appreciation Be Performance-Based?

One of the questions I get asked most frequently when I conduct training for a business is “Should you show appreciation to someone who isn't performing well?”

HR News - December 2016