Top 16 Books for Human Resource and Talent Management Executives

Chart Your Course

The Speed of Trust (2006) By Stephen M. It provides a comprehensive (yet very easy to read) summary of four decades of scientific research on human motivation, exposing a startling mismatch between what science knows and what business does. Human Resource Champions (1996).

Seven Key Thoughts About Managing Human Resources

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Seven Key Thoughts About Managing Human Resources Here are SEVEN most prominent thoughts that stuck me this week about managing “humanresources. These thoughts can be useful if you are a business owner, a human resources professional, a project manager or a leader at any level in an organization: ‘Human Resources’ are more ‘human’ and less ‘resources’. They are humans!

Reinvent Opportunity, Restore Satisfaction

Women on Business

Guest post by LaMae Allen deJongh, managing director for US Human Capital and Diversity for Accenture (learn more about LaMae at the end of this post). LaMae Allen deJongh, Managing Director for US Human Capital and Diversity for Accenture.

Female Leadership on the Decline in Canada :: Women on Business

Women on Business

found that the number of women in top executives positions in Canada has fallen over the past year from 37 women in the highest-paying executive jobs in 2006 to just 31 in 2007.

Engaging Exceptional Talent

LDRLB

In 2006, I studied the integration of artists into churches in Western Canada, as part of my Master’s Major Project. An artist is an artist, but may also be a father or mother, a student, a traveller, a lover, a questioner, or anything that any other human might be. Tim Vanderpyl is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with Canada’s largest catholic healthcare organization. Leadership hr human resources talent management vanderpyl

Four Ways to Adapt to an Aging Workforce

Harvard Business Review

B&Q (winner of the 2006 “Age Positive Retailer of the Year” Award) says that it hires for soft skills , such as conscientiousness, enthusiasm and customer rapport, which senior workers also seem to show in abundance, while Home Depot famously looks to older store clerks for the experience-based know-how that customers demand. Human resources Managing people Talent management

A Round Up of My Writing in February 2010

QAspire

I almost hate when human beings are referred to as resources. Seven Key Thoughts About Managing Human Resources was the post I wrote for business owners, team leaders and human resources teams. Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer A Round Up of My Writing in February 2010 February was an amazing month for me personally – lot of new exploration, new experiences (good and bad, bad left me with some good lessons) and new ideas.

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QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Nicholas Bate’s Book ‘Instant MBA’ and Other Great Resources for 2010 Nicholas Bate is a prolific thinker, blogger and author. Creativity, Effective Presentations, Pricing, Excellence, Vision, Human Resources, Research, Entrepreneurship are just some of the topics covered in the book. 2010 promises to be exciting and there is no better time than now to read such brilliant resources and go from good to great!

Setting Expectations On Behaviors You Value: 5 Pointers

QAspire

“Strategic Reward&# as referred here is not just “carrot and stick&# - but the idea was to map the intrinsic human need to be validated/appreciated with managing expectation.

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Employee Engagement Isn’t Working. Now What?

Marshall Goldsmith

As a Fellow in the National Academy of Human Resources, the highest award that can be given to an HR professional in the US, I’ve been to many HR conventions. Every company and leader wants the answer to this “Now what?” question.

The Dos and Don’t of Managing Office Characters

Great Leadership By Dan

If you have a Human Resources department, lean on their expertise. As a former CEO, Judy has been a Certified Professional Coach since 2006 and assists leaders and career seekers to develop and reach stretch goals. Guest post by Judy Nelson Let’s face it, every office has, at least, one character. If they’re harmless and carry their load, most coworkers tolerate characters or even protect them.

QAspire Blog: Practical Insights on Quality, Management.

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Home Go to QAspire.com Guest Posts Disclaimer Engagement, Leadership and Power of Storytelling Last week, I had a short conversation with one of my colleagues in HR about the all important topic of employee engagement.

Possibility Maximizer: Management Improvement Carnival

Maximizing Possibility

SHRM - Society for Human Resource Managment Indispensible for the HR Professional! The Resource: Management Improvement Carnival What it is:  The Management Improvement Carnival is similar to other blog carnivals that you may be familiar with (e.g.

The Top 3 Corporate Communication Mistakes of 2013

leaderCommunicator

At a Los Angeles conference for human resource professionals, Mayer began speaking about Yahoo’s culture, but after a few minutes interrupted herself to address what she referred to as “the elephant in the room.”

Possibility Maximizer: The Happiness Project

Maximizing Possibility

SHRM - Society for Human Resource Managment Indispensible for the HR Professional!   Today I have an exciting resource to feature about one of the most fundamentally important things in life: Happiness.

Holding Powerful & Arrogant Bosses Accountable

Coaching Tip

The man replied that the term described the company’s growth strategy for 2006 — to fund all loans. “I In November 2006, as he tells it, he refused to misrepresent Countrywide’s corporate governance practices in a report to analysts at Moody’s Investors Service, the ratings agency. A former human resources executive at General Motors, he is a program manager for addiction treatment centers at several hospitals in Los Angeles. Michael G.

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The Tragic Fall from Specialist to Generalist: Starbucks, the Latest.

In the CEO Afterlife

Hammered by Wall Street in 2008, the stock has finally crawled back to its 2006 highs. Human Resources. 5 principles of simplicity via @ matthewemay [link] Humans need a reminder RT @ hunterwalk Good design teaches. In the CEO Afterlife. Main menu Home. Leadership.

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Front-line versus Top-down

LDRLB

Theories such as Charismatic leadership and Transformational leadership appear to be more about rallying followers to better future using motivating factors (Northouse, 2006). Management of Organizational Behavior: Utilizing Human Resources (2nd ed.)New 2006). A few weeks ago I got into a conversation about whether situational leadership was more appropriate for top-level or front-line leadership.

Your Best People are Updating Their Resumes Right Now

Survive Your Promotion

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics , voluntary turnover averaged between 20-23% between 2001 and 2006. Are there tools or training resources that you think would help you do your job more effectively and/or would lower your stress level? Survive Your Promotion!

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Billons of Dollars Wasted, Part Two - What Happened Next.

Building Personal Strength

Instead, we evolved our company into a human resource development product business. Apking, High-Impact Learning (Perseus, 2001) Calhoun Wick, et al , The Six Disciplines of Breakthrough Learning (Pfeiffer, 2006) Fourth , my enduring interest in the cognitive neuroscience of learning led me to understand why the post-training follow-through is absolutely essential.

Using Supply Chains to Grow Your Business

Harvard Business Review

In 2006, Havens & Company risked losing 30% of its business when IBM acquired Havens’ major customer, KeyMRO, and naturally reassigned Havens’ sales contacts at KeyMRO within IBM’s large organization.

Why Are Immigrants More Entrepreneurial?

Harvard Business Review

between 2006 and 2012 had at least one immigrant cofounder. In multinational businesses, human resource management tools such as expatriate assignments or international job rotations can help build opportunity recognition skills. What do Arianna Huffington (Huffington Post), Dietrich Mateschitz (Red Bull), Elon Musk (Tesla, SpaceX), and Sergey Brin (Google) have in common?

How to Create Remarkable Teams PART 2 – Collaboration

The Atman Group

This is quite challenging as it either never feels like there is enough time to dedicate to learning or it feels like an unproductive use of available resources. When human learning slows down, people tend to lose creative and problem solving capacity.

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How to Make the Right Connections When You Don’t Already Have an “In”

Harvard Business Review

” Or you could sort by title and tell your friends, “I’m interested in making connections with anyone you know who is a vice president of human resources. When I started my marketing strategy consulting business in 2006, I didn’t know the right people – at all. Jackie2k/iStock. Developing a robust network is critical to your professional success. After all, it’s often your primary source of business opportunities and referrals.

How the Navy SEALs Train for Leadership Excellence

Harvard Business Review

Human capital champions in higher education and industry typically prize knowledge over skills. It is more “box ticking” than human capital investment. Almost every world-class, high-performance organization takes training and education seriously.

How Labor Standards Can Be Good for Growth

Harvard Business Review

In late 2006, Nike broke off relations with its existing supplier in Sialkot amid concerns over labor issues.

What I’ve Learned from Talking About My Bipolar Disorder at Work

Harvard Business Review

As a member of the large working population affected by mental health issues, I am lucky to work for an incredibly understanding, accommodating, and human company. of workers with a serious mental illness reported that they had been fired, laid off or told to resign (Baldwin and Marcus, 2006). We’re all human, and the more we can embrace that fact and be honest about our ups and downs, the more we’ll foster respect and trust in the workplace.

The Scaling Lesson from Facebook’s Miraculous 10-Year Rise

Harvard Business Review

In early 2006, Diego Rodriguez and I started teaching a class we called “Creating Infectious Action” at the Stanford d. Facebook’s focus on spreading the right mindset became clear to us when, in late 2007 and early 2008, researcher and consultant Beth Benjamin and I had a series of conversations with Chris Cox, then Facebook’s 25 year-old head of Human Resources. Today is Facebook’s 10 th anniversary.

Insiders List – 2011 Archives

Erika Andersen

Becoming a published author, in late 2006, was thrilling on a whole variety of levels – it was so exciting walking into a Barnes and Nobles and seeing a hot-off-the-presses copy of my book there on the shelf! In 2006, we began a major training initiative with our client Rockwell Automation. He’s better than anyone I’ve ever known at helping companies strengthen and simplify their human resources processes to support good business results.

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An Insider’s Account of the Yahoo-Alibaba Deal

Harvard Business Review

We also had the financial resources to help Alibaba weather the days of offering auctions for free as it attempted to compete against eBay. Only legal, finance, and human resources still reported back to headquarters. At the end of 2006, eBay pulled out of the market.

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