I'm spending a few days in San Francisco at Culture Amp's #CultureFirst19 event. The conversations (which I love!) are centered around building and nurturing company cultures that are competitive advantages.
The attendees at this event are super engaged and get it - these are people who are passionate about transforming work. One aspect I
Last week Deloitte released the 2019
Human Capital Trends report. It’s always a must read for me and I
strongly encourage other HR leaders and those involved in the talent/people
space to take a look. Last year, Deloitte described the rise of the social enterprise
and this year’s report outlines how the factors and pressures that have driven
Hello? Have I reached the Recruiting Department?
The other week, without much else going on, Mr. S. and I settled down on the couch and watched a marathon of James Bond movies. (editorial note: I never liked Pierce Brosnan in the role and, IMO, Roger Moore was the absolute worst.)
As always, when watching any movie
I have, over the course of time, participated in and/or facilitated numerous activities designed to create, define and encapsulate company “Mission, Vision & Values.”
Quite often, because some training facilitator settled on a way to approach this exercise in 1987, this process has involved a cross-section of employees and other stakeholders settling themselves into a
There was an alarming, sickening and, sadly, not surprising story that hit the news last week; a lawsuit has been filed against General Motors (GM) in which 8 workers outline allegations of racist behavior, threats and intimidation in the workplace. This ongoing behavior, over a lengthy span of time, included a workplace where bathrooms