Tag: Perspective

A Death in the Family (from an HR Perspective)

Read Time1 Minute, 2 Second “The difference in how our employers handled our absences are a perfect case study in how to, or not to treat employees in a time of crisis.” - Erin Spencer   My grandmother passed away in 2019 at the age of 98. Although it wasn’t unexpected based on actuarial tables, death is always a surprise.   Aside from the…

CEO Perspective: How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Businesses

Seventy-six percent of senior decision makers now believe that artificial intelligence (AI) is fundamental to the success of their organization’s strategy, according to research. As the volume of data continues to increase exponentially every day, the need for AI becomes ever more important to process, analyze, and make predictions from that data. Business leaders, in turn, use those predictions to glean insights and  enable better…

CFO Perspective: How Employee Engagement Influences the Bottom Line

This post was originally published on this site This quote hits on an increasingly important business concept: Employee engagement is essential to business success. It’s especially crucial in the professional services industry, where it’s become a requirement to hire and retain the best talent. But, even in a people-driven environment that’s focused on delivering profitable services, improving employee engagement remains a challenge. I recently…

SourceCon Fall 2016 – A Sponsors Perspective

Conferences are always slightly different for sponsors. There is usually a fair amount of dead-time at the booth, you’re charged with throwing around business cards like confetti and you often get a nagging suspicion that people are only talking to you for your “booth stash.” SourceCon was a little different, though.

Michael J. Fox’s Perspective On Co-Workers #WorkHuman

Michael J. Fox was one of the closing day keynotes at the WorkHuman conference this year, and he killed it like you expect. One of the key takeaways I took from his talk was in regards to all those people you work with on a day to day basis. Mike Fox laid out two things you should think about when you think about how…