Thoughts before heading to the SHRM Leadership Development Forum
How many MBAs does it take to manage a factory of robots?
On August 2, @shrmnextchat chatted with special guests SHRM Foundation @SHRMFoundation, Globoforce Social Media Manager Mike Wood @MikeWoodTweets, Greg Stevens of The WorkHuman Institute (@workhuman) and Associate Professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Christine Porath (@PorathC).
This #Nextchat was created by the SHRM Foundation's 2017 Summer Intern, Amanda Tinkleman.
Making a manager: The people behind the success stories
As a new manager, I often wondered about my own managers’ mentors and inspiration.
The Evolution of “Manager”
What it really means to “manage up,” and how to do it effectively
Advice on Managing Former Peers
Management advice for my younger self
In my early career, I was like many green, young managers—convinced I could do it all and determined to prove I could go it alone. Not surprisingly, I was mistaken. I recently asked some of the leaders I respect most about their own early career faux pas and what advice they wish someone had given them. The responses fell rather neatly into two categories.
The next generation of HR leaders are working in our organizations today. Are we giving them enough opportunities to be key players?
A bad boss can not only ruin your job experience, really bad ones can destroy trust, ruin a company’s culture and negatively affect engagement, productivity and retention.
Poor leadership is like a cancer: left unchecked, due to a lack of awareness or complacency, it will slowly destroy an organization from the inside out.