Top 5 HR Articles of the Month – November’20

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Discover in this post our selection of some of the best articles related to the world of Human Resources for the month of November.

1. Learning and Leadership

People explode with energy when they experience high levels of engagement and genuine positivity. If this happens and leaders help their employees be the best versions of themselves at work, those employees will go out into the world and create change. 

By: Laurie Ruettimann

2. How to nurture a strong sense of community among your remote workers

Wellbeing, happiness and diversity, have all become buzzwords in HR circles in recent years, and some employers have taken a ‘one size fits all’ approach. How much impact do they really have on your work culture, especially in these times of virtual working and social distancing? Do your people feel like part of a community, irrespective of their present work situation?
 
By: Valentina Hynes

 

3. Does your leadership inspire collaboration or conflict inside your organization?

It’s important for leaders to ensure what their communicating and demonstrating through their leadership evokes collaboration instead of conflict, especially as many of us continue to work remotely and consequently are relying on virtual communication channels to stay connected and invested.

By: Tanveer Naseer

4. Unity, not uniformity

While diversity is a positive attribute of any organization, it can lead to misunderstandings, and management direction is not sufficient to ensure alignment. People have to trust and understand each other without management interventions.

By: Harold Jarche

5. 7 Keys to Effective Leadership in Our New Normal

Team members don’t feel empowered when working with people who don’t have a reasonable level of emotional intelligence. Partners, vendors, and clients don’t want to be associated with companies that aren’t transparent about the way they do business–and the masses don’t want to support companies whose actions don’t align with their mission statements. 

By: Heidi Zak

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