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WorkHuman 2017 Call for Speakers

  WorkHuman is unlike any HR or business conference out there. And we’re looking for the forward-thinking humans—the thinkers, speakers, authors, academics—who can help us create a stellar agenda that leaves attendees feeling energized and armed with the tools they need to create a more … Read full posting »

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3 Smart Executives on Performance Management

  We’ve covered the changing performance management landscape from several different angles on this blog—from the death of the annual review to the growing use of crowdsourcing and adoption of new, cutting edge practices that encourage continuous feedback. But what do executives have to say … Read full posting »

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WEBINAR: Feel Good Moments + Win a Pass to WorkHuman 2017

In preparation for our webinar with John Baldino this week, we’ve been exploring this idea of “feel good” moments at work. What is a feel good moment? What is its business impact? How can we capture and amplify those stories across the organization? By the … Read full posting »

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[Last Chance] Case Study Webinar: How Recognition Drives Engagement at Baystate Health

How can two words—“thank you”—transform a work culture? And what happens in the absence of true appreciation and gratitude at work? This is perhaps best illustrated through a story. David Novak, co-founder and retired Chairman and CEO of Yum! Brands is a firm believer in … Read full posting »

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[Last Chance] Webinar: Recognition as the Foundation for a More Human Workplace

Last week Kevin Walling, Chief Human Resources Officer at The Hershey Company, wrote a LinkedIn post titled, “The Goodness We Share.” It’s an important reminder of the incredible impact HR can have on business results. As Kevin and his team focus on developing, “a remarkable … Read full posting »

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#SHRM16: Breakthrough Moments and 3 Must-Read Takeaways

I’ve just returned from the annual SHRM Conference & Exposition in Washington, D.C., where the theme was Breakthrough—an ode to the ‘aha’ moments of clarity that we experience in our professional careers. While other HR bloggers like Mary Faulkner and Ben Eubanks wrote great posts … Read full posting »

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[Webinar] 3 Ways Performance Management Will Change in 2016

Every week, it seems, we read news about more companies “blowing up” performance management. Just a few days ago, GE executives said they are considering scrapping the annual raise in favor of, “being more flexible and re-thinking how we define rewards.” On the blog, I’ve … Read full posting »

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Top 6 Takeaways from Total Rewards 2016

  While at WorldatWork’s Total Rewards conference in San Diego this week, my colleague and I visited a local spot called The Cat Café. And it’s exactly what you would expect—a place where you drink coffee and play with cats. There are rules, though. You … Read full posting »

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5 Must-Attend Sessions at Total Rewards 2016

Will you be in San Diego next week for WorldatWork’s Total Rewards conference? This is one of the top conferences that Globoforce attends every year. Last year it was held in Minneapolis and I wrote a wrap up post on the 10 top things I … Read full posting »

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[WEBINAR] 3 Universal Drivers of Employee Happiness

  I wrote a post a couple of weeks back about how to kill happiness at work. It’s quite simple, really, and it happens all too often. What’s interesting about the whole “happiness at work” discussion is that people either become immediately skeptical or they … Read full posting »

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