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The Dangers of Micromanagement and How to Address Them
To effectively address micromanagement, a multifaceted approach is needed involving collaboration between HR and leaders, clear policies, and training.
Why is Organizational Effectiveness Important?
A few warm and kind words about me, the author of HRM Handbook
10 Mistakes of New Managers
A few warm and kind words about me, the author of HRM Handbook
7 Traits of High Performing Managers
Are you looking to increase the performance of your team? One way to do this is by ensuring that your managers are high performers.
10 Qualities of a Great Leader
Great leaders have the ability to empower, engage and influence others, provide innovation support, openly communicate, solve problems innovatively and transparently, adapt to changing environments with empathy for those struggling, as well as focus on continuous learning.
Unlock Your Company’s Potential Through Developing a Strategic Human Resources Plan
By creating a comprehensive Human Resources plan, complete with clear-cut objectives, detailed action items and measurable outcomes, businesses can unlock their potential by realizing the full value of their human capital
11 Pillars of Servant Leadership
These 11 items are critical elements of servant leadership (infographics)
Will be Quiet Quitting Still an Issue in 2023?
Quiet Quitting was a hot HR topic in 2022. Will this continue in 2023?
Why is Internal Equity Critically Important
Internal Equity is one of the most important HR Management Concepts. Why is it so critical?
5 Things that have to be in HR Manager's Goals and Objectives in 2023
What each HR professional needs to set in goals and objectives in 2023 to be successful and progressing career.
What is the relationship between employee engagement and performance
Useful explanation of relationship between engagement and performance and how Human Resources needs to act to increase both.
The Employee Champion role in Human Resources
Employee advocate is important because they help to ensure that employees are treated fairly and have what they need to be successful. They work to build positive relationships with employees and make sure that their needs are met.
Simple Steps on How to Develop Leadership Skills
Leadership skills can be learned and refined with practice. Understanding the skills and competencies that make a great leader is a good place to start. working on personal qualities.
The best way to start your career in Human Resources
There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to start your career in HR will vary depending on your background and experience. However, some tips on how to get started in HR include networking with other HR professionals, seeking out internships or apprenticeships, and getting certified.
How to design a successful Human Resources Strategy
Designing a successful human resources strategy is critical to the success of any organization. There are a few key steps to follow in order to create a strategy that will work for your business.
Six Rules of a Successful Change
A change is not a simple process. What are the key six rules to follow?
How to build a positive team culture
Positive team culture is important because it allows for a productive and healthy team environment. When team members feel supported and appreciated, they are more likely to be motivated and collaborative.
Boss vs Leader
Differentiate between boss and leader management styles, providing pros and cons for each.
HR Goals and Objectives 2023
The goals and objectives of Human Resources are important for any company looking to be successful and have a great Employer Brand. The goals and objectives for 2023 should include maintaining a high level of employee engagement, bringing innovations to the company and reducing turnover.
Organizational culture
The purpose of organizational culture development is to create a set of shared values, assumptions, and norms that guide the behavior of members of an organization.
What Does Employee Attrition Rate Mean? Definition and How to ...
The attrition rate is the percentage of employees who leave a company within a given time period. High attrition rates can be costly for a company, as they can lead to less productivity and higher staff turnover rates.
How to know when it's time for a strategic change
Are you seeing any of the signs that indicate a strategic change is necessary? If so, read this article for tips on how to make the transition as smooth as possible.
How to Identify a Toxic Leader at Work
Learn the warning signs of a toxic leader and what you can do to protect yourself from their harmful influence.
Difficult Times for Chief Happiness Officers Are Coming
The role of the CHCO has become increasingly important in companies over the past few years. As this article will examine, though, that is starting to change as more and more businesses cut costs in order to maintain profitability.
Kotter Eight-Stage Model: Change Management
Kotter Eight-Stage Model is a favorite change management model. Why? Read more.
Growth Mindset and Fixed Mindset
How to spot a difference between growth and fixed mindset
How can I reduce employee turnover in my business?
How can Human Resources reduce employee turnover by taking simple steps.
6 Critical Questions to Ask A High Performing Employee (infographics)
A few warm and kind words about me, the author of HRM Handbook
Growth Mindset
Think of all the people who are good at things that you know nothing about. They are probably just waiting for your call, so do not be shy!
Talent Management Killers
These are the most common Talent Management Killers
5 Signals that the Interview is on Track
A few warm and kind words about me, the author of HRM Handbook
How to Avoid the Overqualified Box
How to avoid the risk of overqualification when you want a big change in your career.
What has Dave Ulrich given and taken away?
Dave Ulrich is an HR guru who has fundamentally transformed the world of Human Resources. What has he given us and what has he taken away?
Just be Authentic
There's a little wickedness that we see it in corporations quite often. Someone talks so right it's hard to believe.
What does a great Human Resources department do differently?
What separates great HR departments from mediocre ones? What they focus on and how they work
Is the Development More than Money?
Managers believe in cash on hand, HR believes in development, so who is right?
Mindfulness - Enjoy the day
Mindfulness is a technique to clear our heads, organize our thoughts and focus on what we love to do.
Working in HR is difficult
Why working in HR is more complicated than it looks. And what makes it strategic?
How to write your CV
Writing a great resume is about preparation, good structure and the right impression. This will generate interest in seconds and move you to the next round
HR Manager as an Influencer
Every good manager influences his or her circle, and this is doubly true for Human Resources. Why and how do we do it?
Human Resources in Strategic Projects
HR is often absent from strategic projects and is at fault. What can it do to change this?
On the Art of Making Decisions
A true leader does not only talk, but also makes decisions and does not look at popularity.
Diversity and Pay Equity
Remuneration policies usually work quite well, but the setup of our overall maternity framework is lame. And there are consequences.
Diversity and Pay Equity
Remuneration policies usually work quite well, but the setup of our overall maternity framework is lame. And there are consequences.
Chief Happiness Officer. Oh, really?
Nowadays, employers must also organise entertainment at work. Is it worth having a person who has this as their main activity and responsibility?
Back to Office, aka latent conflict in society.
COVID may be over, but when will we return to those empty offices? And what would the Lidl clerk say?
HR Blog
Short and hopefully apt contributions on current topics in the field of human resources management

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Conducting a Workforce Analysis | 23-04-07
Workforce analysis evaluates current workforce capabilities, identifies gaps, forecasts future needs, and develops strategies to align talent with organizational goals.
Administrative Expert in Dave Ulrich's HR Model | 23-04-06
Administrative Experts streamline HR processes, manage compliance, optimize efficiency, and utilize HRIS, ensuring a well-structured HR function for organizational success.
Employee Champion in Dave Ulrich's HR Model | 23-04-06
Employee Champions are vital HR advocates, fostering engagement, talent management, conflict resolution, and change, while promoting well-being and work-life balance.
Change Agent in Dave Ulrich's HR Model | 23-04-06
Introduce a Change Agent by gaining leadership support, selecting a skilled individual, providing training, establishing a reporting structure, and monitoring progress.
Strategic Partner Role in Dave Ulrich's HR Model | 23-04-06
Strengthen the Strategic Partner role through understanding strategic priorities, aligning HR practices, fostering collaboration, developing HR competencies, and leveraging analytics.
Styles of Leadership | 23-04-05
Leadership styles are diverse, ranging from autocratic to democratic, and each style has its own strengths and weaknesses. Understanding these styles is critical for HR professionals to select the right approach, develop and support leaders, and create a culture of continuous improvement and growth.
Employee Development Strategies | 23-04-05
Employee development strategies enhance workforce skills and knowledge. Common strategies include on-the-job training, formal programs, mentoring, job rotation, and e-learning.
Strategic Workforce Planning Metrics | 23-04-03
Strategic workforce planning metrics help HR managers optimize processes, foster diversity, boost engagement, refine recruitment, and drive business performance.
Strategic Workforce Planning Model | 23-04-03
Strategic workforce planning aligns HR with business needs, optimizing talent acquisition, retention, development, and succession for long-term competitive advantage.
What is Strategic Workforce Planning | 23-04-03
Strategic workforce planning (SWP) aligns talent management with business objectives to ensure the right people, skills, and roles drive success and adaptability.