In Defense of Employee Engagement

Jason Lauritsen provides a checklist for approaching engagement in a way that will yield results.

HRExaminer v5.07

In this week’s feature, Failing Forward, Jason Lauritsen explores the human side of failing while in the pursuit of innovation and higher performance. Heather Bussing contributes articles on The Software Compatibility Quagmire plus Privacy Laws and Resources. In our on-demand edition of HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser interviews Hireology CEO Adam Robinson and today’s live radio show features Danielle Weinblatt, CEO of Take the Interview (tune it at 2PM EST).
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Failing Forward

Failure is critical to the success and growth of our organizations. But, it is not to be taken too lightly when humans are involved.

HRExaminer v4.33

How do we find clarity and meaning in business when corporate double–speak and political correctness are the rule? In this week’s feature Heather Bussing speaks clearly about The Cult of Nice.

Life is Short and Work is Personal

Most people spend too much energy trying to fit-in and not rock the boat, especially at work. We want to be accepted. Choosing authenticity (we call it Flying your Freak Flag) means abandoning the quest to be normal, and inviting yourself and others to accept you just as you are.

HRExaminer v4.12

Big Data Featured: In order to capture the value of this extraordinary new flow of data, you have to fundamentally rethink your worldview and assumptions. We need better questions. John Sumser has crisscrossed the U.S. and hopped the pond to London to talk with the foremost thinkers on Big Data. Read his articles Big Data and Where Do Ideas Come From to get up to date on how Big Data will reshape HR. Jason Lauritsen joins The HRExaminer Editorial Advisory Board with his article What if HR was Outlawed?. Heather Bussing pens 3 Magic Words and John Sumser has 5 Links: Name of Post. Enjoy.

What if HR was Outlawed?

Topics: Editorial Advisory Board, HRExaminer, Jason Lauritsen, by Jason Lauritsen
“To explore the degree to which your HR organization is designed to produce the results your CEO is seeking, try asking yourself this question: What would happen to your HR department if HR was outlawed?” – Jason Lauritsen