Mentoring Matters – Michael Doody

Roundtable Talk

Roundtable Mentor, Dr. Michael Doody, Director of Human Resources for Sprott Shaw College, shared his tips for enabling leadership and coaching in direct reports. “Mentoring your employees creates opportunities for both the mentor and the mentee to benefit from the exchange of information, experience and insight into effectively addressing the needs of the organization.” ” READ […].

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Alphabet Workers Union to bring back the ‘Don’t be evil’ motto

HR Digest

The Alphabet Workers Union (AWU) will give protection and resources to workers who join in the U.S. Subscribe to the nation’s fastest growing human resources magazine to read exclusive HR news and insights directly to your inbox.

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Ready for Change – book review

Rapid BI

This is a change management book aimed at Leaders, managers, Human Resources and organizational change professionals looking to be ready for change. Ready for Change: Chapter 5 – Collaborative Decision-making – Prof Duncan Shaw. Great read and a powerful resource – I will be re-reading this one again soon. Ready for Change – Edited by Cora Lynn Heimer Rathbone.

Psychology Is the Key to Detecting Internal Cyberthreats

Harvard Business

The key to identifying and addressing at-risk employees before a breach or incident occurs is to focus as much on understanding and anticipating human behavior as on shoring up technological defenses. In our experience, less than.0001% of communications that have been analyzed by this tool require human review. Treating insiders as a technology problem ignores the human aspects of motivation and behavior.”

What to Do If Your Boss Asks You to Break the Rules

Harvard Business Review

This could entail speaking to your supervisor, or if the dispute involves her or him, speaking to that person’s superiors, an ombudsman, or someone in human resources. George Bernard Shaw wrote, “The reasonable man adapts himself to 
the world: the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to
 himself. Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF. All of us, at some point or another, are asked to break the rules at work.