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With 20 states now allowing medical marijuana use (and two allowing recreational use), there is a new and urgent need for organizations to understand the associated liability issues in the workplace.
What does the word “bossy” mean to you?
Sheryl Sandberg's new "Ban Bossy" campaign seeks to eliminate the use of the word “bossy” when describing successful and powerful women, and replace it with positive words that highlight character, resilience and leadership ability.
Everyone has a personal and professional comfort zone. The key to growth depends on an individual's ability to regularly break out of his or her zone and learn new things.
On February 26, SHRM We Know Next (@WeKnowNext) chatted with special guest Robin Schooling (@RobinSchooling) about HR and Recruiters - Contestants in an Amazing Race?
In case you missed it, here are all the great tweets from the chat:
On the reality TV series “The Amazing Race” teams of of two people compete in a race around the world as they battle to arrive first at specific destinations and hope to avoid elimination from the competition by completing tasks that test their strength logic, courage and ability to negotiate.
If you’ve ever been bullied in the workplace, know that you're not alone.
What does it take to be an effective leader in today’s workplaces? It’s a long list; however, one trait that will always appear at the top is being present. Leaders have to get out of their offices and walk around so that they get to know their employees, professionally and personally.
To express sincere interest in an employee’s livelihood and well-being shows care and compassion, which, in turn, builds trust. And trust encourages greater engagement and loyalty.
"The surest way to make employees untrustworthy is to distrust them -- and to show it." - Henry Stimson
Much like a groundswell where a massive storm can create huge waves and a rise in the sea level, a groundswell among large groups of individuals -- using the power of technology and social media to connect -- can create a major surge in support, approval and enthusiasm to accomplish goals. Companies have started using groundswells to inspire consumers to rally around a cause -- and a brand. Procter & Gamble successfully created a groundswell around the Secret brand with their “Fearless” campaign.