HR Leadership

Constructive Feedback : Killing Softly With Faint Praise and Loud Criticism

Leadership - February 26, 2020

Learn the dos and don’ts of giving positive and constructive feedback to employees in the workplace. These constructive feedback phrases will help you go a long way...

Job Burnout and How to Get Unstuck at Work

Leadership - January 28, 2020

It takes realizing that you’re not a machine, you’re a human. And it’s ok for humans to have an inbox full of emails you forget to reply to, miss a few deadlines. L...

Making Progress on Diversity and Inclusion Means Getting the Data Right

Leadership - January 24, 2020

Collecting and using data in the right way and employing the right tools can help business leaders make progress toward their biggest D&I challenges. ...

A Short and Effective Cell Phone Policy

Leadership - January 23, 2020

Employers are realizing the need to create policies that address phone use at work. If you don’t have a cell phone policy at work, this guide from The HR Digest wil...

The Biggest HR Trends in 2020 : Looking Ahead

Leadership - December 31, 2019

From welcoming flextime in the workplace to understanding how workforce analytics can impact business decisions, these are the biggest HR trends that you’ll see as we m...

HR Leaders of the Year 2019

Leadership - December 26, 2019

The Human Resource industry has seen some significant changes in the last two decades. Earlier, HR personnel were the backroom boys whose job was more of an administrator...

The Importance of Human Resource Policies and Procedures

Leadership - December 16, 2019

Human Resource Policies and Procedures are an integral part of present-day organizations. Their importance is realized while dealing with the human resource in the organi...

How To Motivate Gen Z At Work?

Leadership - December 14, 2019

Gen Z includes the new generation of people who were born between the years 1995 and 2015. They are very much different from the millennial that represented an earlier ge...

New Employee Welcome Message Examples : Welcome To The Team

Leadership - December 04, 2019

What you choose as a welcome message for your new employee as welcome to the team will leave a first and all-time impression. Therefore it is required to careful frame th...

5 Smart Ways to Answer “Why did you quit your last job?”

Leadership - November 07, 2019

It’s really common to see that people quit their jobs due to some reason. A person should not feel embarrassed when such things happen as they could happen to anyon...

Do You Have A Winning Right Culture To Succeed?

Leadership - October 11, 2019

As Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” In today’s world of work where change happens fast, the first question analysts are most like...

How to Lead by Emotional Intelligence

Leadership - September 11, 2019

Traditional leadership tells us that traits such as assertiveness, dominance, physical stature, intelligence, and social sensitivity determine whether an individual is be...

How To Handle Underperforming Employees?

Leadership - September 04, 2019

Every manager, at some point in their career, will have to learn to handle underperforming employees. The way you choose to deal with underperforming employees, be it in ...

Persuasive Sentence Starters to be More Persuasive at Work

Leadership - August 20, 2019

An average person will have 20 to 50 major arguments at work. These arguments are far from the usual encounters which begin or end with accusations, rolling eyes, screami...

3 Things Productive Employees Do Before Noon

Leadership - August 14, 2019

Many of us struggle to be more productive. Some struggle to get started, while others seem to have a problem maintaining consistency. The answer lies in developing produc...

Why Talented People Procrastinate At Work

Leadership - August 12, 2019

Talented individuals understand that their abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work. This mindset allows them to overcome problems in order to achieve ...