Posts Tagged #Nextchat
On #Nextchat Podcast #3, special guest, HR professional Jazmine Wilkes, talks about "Advice for New HR Professionals."
You’ve heard it said again and again, and perhaps you’ve experienced it yourself: People don’t leave organizations—they leave bosses.
Bad bosses come in many varieties: abusive and toxic, lazy and incompetent. There are few things more miserable in the workplace, and an organization full of bad bosses will kill the culture.
On April 11 @shrmnextchat chatted with special guests, HR professional Jazmine Wilkes (@HRJazzy) and SHRM President and Chief Executive Officer Johnny C.
Our #Nextchat special guest this week is author, executive coach, and SHRM18 speaker- Stacey Hanke. Today's topic is “Communicating with Influence.” Stacey discusses the importance of seeing yourself through the eyes and ears of your listeners, and how we can build credibility and trust through both their verbal and nonverbal communication skills. For more on this and each week's #Nextchat visit blog.shrm.org.
On April 4, @shrmnextchat chatted with #SHRM18 speaker Stacey Hanke (@StaceyHankeInc) about Leadership Redefined - Communicating with Influence.
SHRM’s #Nextchat is one of the most engaging workplace-focused chats on twitter- bringing together HR professionals from across the world for an hour of networking, learning and sharing on topics that truly effect our workplace. Now, each week our #Nextchat Podcast series continues that conversation with our special guests.
On March 28, @shrmnextchat chatted with Christine Porath (@porathc), an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and author of Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace, about Forget Flu Season. It’s the ‘Incivility Bug’ That’s Wiping Out Your Workforce!
Preview of this week’s #Nextchat with special guest Christine Porath
Resumes. Should they stay or should they go?
Some will argue that resumes are no longer relevant in the new world of work, and that a list of past jobs and responsibilities and a college degree can’t translate the information about skills and competencies that employers need to make the best decisions about a candidate.
On March 7th, @shrmnextchat chatted with Jonathan Segal (@Jonathan_HR_Law). As a columnist for HR Magazine and an official SHRM Blogger, Jonathan has written extensively on the issue of
There was a time when it was quite common for individuals to find their spouses (or partners) in the workplace. Indeed, this still happens today, although perhaps less so.
Rapid advancements in technology and unprecedented demographic transitions continue to radically change the global workplace. The unremitting pace of change is affecting not only how, when and where work gets done, but is also creating the need for a total reskilling of the workforce. What will it take to find success in the new world of work?
Is the experience at your workplace falling short of employee expectations? Do your employees feel they are treated as trusted partners, or are you sending a different message?