Tag: sarah fister gale

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Talent Management

Is Your Recruiting Algorithm Biased?

Your tools are thwarting your diversity goals. Take steps to overcome the bias inherent in the algorithms that underpin recruiting automation.

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Collaboration & Productivity

Zoom Fatigue Is Killing Productivity

Over the last year-plus, video conferencing tools played a powerful role in keeping business going. Here's how to make the most of them post-pandemic.

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Leadership

Are You Ready for Hybrid Leadership?

Helping leaders adapt to a remote and hybrid work model requires rethinking how you train them to lead, and giving them opportunities to practice.

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Learning & Development

AI Brings Coaching to the Masses

Technology changed the game when it comes to coaching, and new firms and investment are pouring in. Here's how to tap into the trend.

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Digital Workplace

Is Your Company Ready for Hybrid Work?

The hybrid workplace is coming, but most executives have yet to think about what it means for the workforce. Here are five tips to get planning right.

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Leadership

Contingent Employees Are a Missed Opportunity for Many Employers

For years, contingent workers have been left out of talent management planning, but that is all about to change.

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Learning & Development

Remote Work Fueled the Rise of Learning Experience and Digital Learning

What did we learn about learning from the pandemic? How companies develop employee skills and capabilities won't be the same.

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Learning & Development

Is Automation Killing the Entry-Level Job?

Companies should be worried about the leaks automation has created in their talent pool. Rethinking how they hire and develop talent can help.

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Leadership

The Chief Well-Being Officer: The C-Suite’s New Culture Warrior

For companies worried about stress and anxiety, a chief well-being officer could be the performance fix they're looking for. Here's what the role looks like.

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Employee Experience

Employee Mental Health Rises to the Top of the Workforce Agenda

Spurred by the pandemic, investors are pouring money into digital therapy and online wellness offerings. Here's why the focus on mental health is here to stay.

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Learning & Development

The Talent Marketplace: A Skills-based Revolution in HR

Getting a better picture of employee skills boosts internal mobility and enhances agility. New tech is emerging to match workforce need with career opportunity.

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Leadership

One Year Later, the Pandemic's Grim Toll on Employee Mental Health Is Clear

But today's challenges can be an opening for a brighter future. Start by acknowledging grief and making mental health a leadership priority.

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Learning & Development

Home Grown Talent: How Partnerships Help Companies Close the Digital Skills Gap

Public-private partnerships help companies fill their technical talent needs and support underserved communities.

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Employee Experience

Navy Federal: How the Largest US Credit Union Keeps Employee Experience Shipshape

Career mobility, manager involvement in employee development, and willingness to listen and enact changes makes for smooth sailing at Navy Federal.