Tag: leadership

Are Your Executives Addicted to Leadership Porn?

On episode 65 of The HR Famous Podcast, longtime HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together to discuss electric vehicles, leadership porn, and ride-sharing companies ramping up signing bonuses for drivers due to wait times and fares being up significantly. Listen (click this link if you don’t see the player) and be sure to subscribe, rate, and review (Apple Podcasts) and follow…

Is This Recruiting Leadership Job a Dream or a Nightmare?

Gather around the campfire/whiteboard team! It’s time to play the game we rarely get a chance to play, because there’s not enough transparency in the world. It’s time to play “IS THIS RECRUITING LEADERSHIP JOB A DREAM OR A NIGHTMARE?” If there’s one thing that’s almost always true as any of us switch jobs, it’s that you never have perfect information about the job…

Whole-person leadership: Lead your employees as people

During the pandemic, HR technology has enabled the recruitment and onboarding of new team members, but many of those individuals are yet to meet their colleagues and managers in person. Zoom calls have enabled us to maintain face-to-face communications in many cases, but an overreliance on technology can feel dehumanizing to candidates and loyal, long-serving […] The post Whole-person leadership: Lead your employees as people…

Emotion vs. Logic is the Failure Point of Great Leadership!

“You can’t defeat emotion with logic.” -Unknown The biggest failures in my life in relationships have always been this singular issue. Someone was emotional, and I tried reasoning with logic. It’s the basis of almost every Twitter fight I see, Facebook fight, etc. It seems to the root cause of cancel culture in general. I’m upset over something, no matter how trivial or inconsequential…

Do you feel like an imposter in your HR or TA Leadership Role?

Imposter syndrome impacts everyone at some point. The feeling like you don’t belong because your abilities aren’t up to par with others, or your accomplishments don’t fit the role you were given. This belief that you might be a fraud, except no one has figured it out, just yet! So, there is a couple of ways I look at this feeling of being an…

What’s Your Leadership Hiring Strategy?

Those in leadership positions represent your company to customers and internal staff members, so they have a great deal of direct impact on your company’s bottom line. Whether you’re considering promoting an employee to a management position or hiring externally for a leadership position, it’s important to create a strategy that allows you to evaluate … What’s Your Leadership Hiring Strategy? Read More »…

HR.com Recognizes Top Leadership Programs as this Year’s Winners of The LEAD Awards at the Virtual Human Experience Summit

Jacksons Point, Ontario, Canada – HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) executives,  announced and recognized the winning programs from the 2021 LEAD Awards … The post HR.com Recognizes Top Leadership Programs as this Year’s Winners of The LEAD Awards at the Virtual Human Experience Summit appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Paylocity Recognized for Company Growth, Leadership and Culture

Read Time12 Second Company announces recent award wins from Fortune, Glassdoor and Great Place to Work® SCHAUMBURG, Ill. , Dec. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ —  Paylocity (NASDAQ: PCTY), a leading provider of cloud-based HR and payroll software solutions, today announced it has earned recognition from Fortune, Glassdoor and The post Paylocity Recognized for Company Growth, Leadership and Culture appeared first on HR Tech Feed.

Hypocrisy, a Failure of Leadership

If your news feed has been even remotely similar to mine over the past week (or months for that matter), then it hasn’t been hard to find lots of examples of leaders being hypocrites.  Leaders whose actions defy common sense and the values/image that we want our leaders to uphold.  And this week’s dose of leadership hypocrisy stems from something important to all of…

What The Election Taught Us About Leadership: We Want Leaders Who Care

Read Time25 Second We’ve learned a lot of lessons this year. As I’ve been discussing in The Big Reset (detailed research here and here), this year is not just a year of Pandemic, it’s a year for global culture change. And the US election points this out more clearly than ever. Consider where we’ve been since the … Read more» The post What The…