Will Artificial Intelligence Take Your Job?

Leading Blog

A PEW RESEARCH CENTER study found that Americans are roughly twice as likely to express worry (72%) than enthusiasm about a future in which robots and computers are capable of doing many jobs that are currently done by humans. Human Resources

Honoring Human Rights is Essential

Leading in Context

by Linda Fisher Thornton Human Rights and Morality Business leaders have a clear responsibility to honor universal human rights. In their article The Moral Foundations of Ethical Leadership in the Values Based Leadership Journal, Hester and Killian remind us that “morality is inclusive, emphasizing human rights and dignity, respectful of diversity.” ” Addressing Human Rights Risks [.].

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Civility and Openness to Learning

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Author's Note: In a previous post, Civility is an Ethical Issue, I explained why civility is an ethical issue. Ethical Leader Ethical Thinking Trends ethical interpersonal behavior ethical leadership ethics and complexity human resource development leadership development

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Webinar “Leading For the Future”

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Many leaders wonder how to prepare for an uncertain future – one that is filled with complexity, changing expectations and an increasing global awareness about ethical responsibility. On October 13, 2015 I will be presenting a webinar for CUPA-HR (College and University Professional Association For Human Resources) that explores strategies for helping leaders […].

Leadership Development Investments

Coaching Tip

study of nearly 400 organizations by Lee Hecht Harrison has identified that 54% of employers plan to increase investments in leadership development in 2015. Only 5% of employers plan to decrease investments, and a further 41% reported leadership development investments will stay the same.

What Connects Coca-Cola, Lego, In-N-Out, Intuit, and Nike? Focus.

In the CEO Afterlife

Intuit develops financial and tax preparation software for small business, accountants and the general public. Intuit is successful because they bring their ‘do less better’ cultural ethic to their customers. Complexity has many definitions; excessive complication is the simplest.

Five Strategies for Hiring Success

Chart Your Course

However, with the popularly of career-focused social media outlets like LinkedIn and Monster, it’s both convenient and ethical to check people’s history, references, profiles and online activity, without concerns of violating their privacy.

Nine Rules for Employee Engagement

Chart Your Course

Moreover, experts say employee engagement is doubly important in times of economic recession, uncertainty or boom, because this is when the human element differentiates those who fail, survive or thrive. Skill Set Development.

Your New HR Reference Guide

Coaching Tip

Experienced human resource professionals and consultants, Barbara Mitchell and Cornelia Gamlem, share their 30+ years of first-hand experience in their completely revised and expanded, "THE BIG BOOK OF HR". Leadership Development Investments. Human Resources Management MBA Assignment Help, Online Business Assignment Writing Service and Homework Help. Managing people is the most challenging part of any leader's job. And that job's not getting any easier.

Triple Crown Leadership

Leading Blog

Triple Crown leaders have the goal of building and sustaining organizations that are excellent (high performance), ethical (do the right thing), and enduring (stand the test of time). Triple Crown leaders integrate five practices that build excellent, ethical, and enduring organizations : Seek “head and heart.” Leaders must engage all in developing the colors through a collaborative process, thereby increasing ownership and buy-in. Human Resources

HR vs the C-Suite

The Leadership Advisor

If you’re not breaking laws or ethics, don’t get so hung up on how it’s done. HR represents the ENTIRE organization and its development; not just supporting middle management for hiring/firing. Understanding development options when discussing strategy is powerful.

100 Trends to Watch For 2013

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton 100 Trends to Watch For 2013 As we head into 2013, the trend reports at the links below will give you a “business leader’s preview” of what to expect in sectors that range from consumer trends, human resources, leadership and marketing to color, food, and technology.

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You Are What You Say You Are….

Women on Business

We are only human and even the best of us make mistakes, acknowledging mistakes helps your staff recognize that you value their help and recommendations; valuing their recommendations is an important part of building an empowered workforce and one of the most important parts of building an innovative and capable workforce.

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The Leper in the Room: Workplace Violence

Women on Business

Provide professional development that deals with team building and diversity training. business development Businesswomen Bloggers Businesswomen Interviews Communications customer service decision-making Ethics Female Entrepreneurs Female Executives female executives Human Resources Issues Leadership Legal and Compliance Issues Management personal development public relations Women Business Owners Women On Business Women On Business Roundtable Workplace Issues

Take a chance on talent (from #SHRM17)

Surviving Leadership

Sam joined my team with limited experience in learning and development. But he clearly had an eye from problem solving, a creative mind, and a work ethic like no other. Conference Posts #SHRM17 development human resources leadership management success teamwork

The Capable Employee

Women on Business

As a modern business owner, I’ve caught the fever to rely on gadgets and depend on electronic communication in lieu of actually picking up. the phone; but I wonder, have I done my company a disservice? As I visit client sites and assess the challenges they face, it becomes clear that sometimes the culprit is not the employee, it’s the technology. Excessive reliance on technology cripples the ability to think outside the box.

Swearing in the Workplace?

Women on Business

Women certainly have a lot of barriers to overcome in workplace communication, and in many cases they are walking a fine line in trying to develop the right tone, especially in historically male workplace cultures. Ethics Female Executives Human Resources Issues Carol Bartz Carol Bartz fired deborah tannen swearing swearing in the workplace Yahoo CEO You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in ConversationPost by Jane K.

Leadership Development and Educating our Young :: Women on Business

Women on Business

Categories : Women On Business , Work-Home Life , Workplace Issues , personal development Contact Sylvia Lafair, author of Dont Bring It To Work: Breaking the Family Patterns that Limit Success at sylvia@ceoptions.com.

8 Ways To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the new book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

Eight Behaviors To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

4 Ways to a Better Bottom Line

Lead Change Blog

Even more, we have a moral and ethical business obligation to be savvy in how the world works. Personnel in human resources, public relations, and corporate communications support those executive leaders. Leadership Development Global Mindset International Business

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New Organizational Triangle: Internal Communications, Employee Engagement and HR

Coaching Tip

John Agno: Develop Leadership Skills: A Reference Guide. . Leadership Development: #1 Priority for Human Resources Leaders. Leadership Development is Shortsighted. Books Business Coaching Communication Current Affairs Ethics Self-Awareness Web/Tech Work life communicating employee engagement HR information needs internal communication organization organizational structure

Know Your History, Purpose and Direction

CoachStation

Finally, it has forced me to think about and clearly articulate answers to the excellent questions that Maddy had developed. To explain this concept, Sinek has developed what he calls the “Golden Circle,”. It is how you use the information that the resources, assessments etc.

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We Approach Diversity the Wrong Way

Harvard Business Review

But things get complicated when we tell a manager, "In general your talent development is great, but you suck at promoting diversity." Human beings learn something once and rely on that learning forever. Diversity Ethics Human resources

Eight Ways To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

Uber Is Finally Realizing HR Isn’t Just for Recruiting

Harvard Business Review

Employees and other constituents should expect HR to hold leaders accountable for fiduciary and strategic risks, just as a CFO would be expected to hold leaders accountable for a risky pattern of using corporate funds or resources. All too often, however, startup leaders are less savvy when it comes to human capital, until it’s too late. Human resource management Digital Article

What Do Millennials Really Want at Work?

Harvard Business Review

That means working in an environment that will make the most of their skills and which provides the resources, information, authority and training necessary to perform at their best. Generational issues Employee retention Human resource management Digital Article

The Intangible Things Employees Want from Employers

Harvard Business Review

All people expect their employers to treat others fairly, behave ethically and be proactive in their business practices—toward their employees, suppliers, business partners and other stakeholders (the “our” proposition).

8 Specific Actions To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

Eight Ways To Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

The Big Picture of Business – Diversity is Important for Business

Strategy Driven

Diversity is about so much more than human resources issues. It is good business to recognize opportunities for practice development. Every professional must embrace a set of ethics: Things for which each professional holds himself/herself accountable.

Jennifer Miller: The Character-Based Leader Co-Author Interview

Lead Change Blog

As the first female president of the Grand Rapids Networking Group and the youngest member of the executive committee for the Junior Achievement/Great Lakes division, Jennifer’s leadership journey has broken barriers and given her insight into how to ethically navigate the often murky waters of organizational politics.Jennifer is the Managing Partner of SkillSource, a niche consultancy that helps emerging leaders “master the people equation.”

8 Ways To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

8 Specific Actions To Take To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the new book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

How To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

Leadership Posts from Top Bloggers

Michael Lee Stallard

Welcome to the January edition of the Leadership Development Carnival , New Year’s Edition! Jennifer Miller offers us her most popular post of the year, and asks if people really care about leadership development, or if they just can’t resist a free offer. For me, the answer is both. (-: Check out her list of 25 free leadership development resources, at Do People Care About Leadership Development?

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The Big Picture of Business – Business Success Checklist

Strategy Driven

An inefficient operation results in unproductive activities which often miss the point and worse yet, result in wasted time and wasted resources. Development of technical abilities, specialties and expertise. Development of core business supplier relationships. Top management has as a priority the need to develop and practice People development, skills and team building responsibilities. Business development.

8 Ways To Show You Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobson

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book , Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.

What Facebook’s Anti-Bias Training Program Gets Right

Harvard Business Review

The consequences of such insidious biases can be quite costly to an organization, from leading it to hire or promote the wrong candidates to investing in less innovative ideas just because of who proposed them to crossing ethical boundaries.

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Should Your Voice Determine Whether You Get Hired?

Harvard Business Review

The development of different apps, software, and algorithms has produced many novel methodologies for screening job candidates and evaluating their potential fit for a role or organization. Finally, we should think carefully about the ethical implications of adopting this method.

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Predict What Employees Will Do Without Freaking Them Out

Harvard Business Review

Will Wolf, the Global Head of Talent Acquisition & Development said that even if employees are not interested in the offered roles, “they are blown away that we’re going out of our way to try to find them something interesting and new.”.

We Can’t Always Control What Makes Us Successful

Harvard Business Review

Here’s the issue, which is not new but it has grown more important with the developments above: Many of the attributes that predict good outcomes are not within our control. The field of psychology has long thought about the ethical issues and moral consequences of their tests.

Autism's Competitive Advantage, and Challenge, in the Workplace

Harvard Business Review

These include perfectionism; preoccupation with details, rules, orders, lists, organizations or schedules; excess devotion to work; inflexibility about matters of morality, ethics or values; reluctance to delegate tasks unless others submit to exactly his way of doing things; and rigidity and stubbornness. Helping determine their professional development and best interests becomes a welter of conflicting interests. Ethics Human resources Innovation OCPD