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How to Hire Fair People

Author: Bruce Weinstein — Of the ten crucial qualities of high-character employees that we’re exploring in this 10-part series, fairness—the commitment giving to others their due–is among the most difficult to evaluate in job candidates.  But having fair people on board makes the lives of HR managers easier, because there will be fewer fires to […]

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HR Pros: Start Networking!

Author: Laura Mazzullo — I believe strongly in both the personal and professional benefits of networking. By actively learning from each other, sharing with each other, and by communicatingwith each other-we are able to inspire innovative change! Many HR professionals agree with this philosophy and remain active in their local HR communities and professionally on […]

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Aligning key Themes in Human Resources to Lean | Agile Values & Principles

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Lean | Agile has evolved as the predominant, most effective way of working in today’s turbulent times. And while Lean | Agile actively addresses critical aspects of Human Resources (HR) like engagement and performance; it also highlights the disconnect of traditional HR practices in the digital age. It is time for […]

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How to Hire Courageous People

Author: Bruce Weinstein — Courageous employees make the lives HR managers easier because they are willing to address problems that would be easier to ignore.   The following questions and suggestions may be useful for evaluating a job candidate’s commitment to courage.  The questions are courtesy of Bill Treasurer, founder of Giant Leap Consulting, Inc., […]

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Accept Leadership Mandate

Author: Fabiola Eyholzer — Organizations misleadingly believe that their Performance Management will miraculously separate your people into groups and reward the stars and deal with the low performers. They might even apply forced rankings to guarantee an adequate separation between the two. Stop pretending! You don’t need annual reviews to know who your players. Accept […]

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