How can HR leaders help us adjust to the new normal? Lars Schmidt, founder of Amplify, says it’s by leaning into the human side of HR with empathy, communication, and understanding.
A human-centered culture provides a rudder for navigating all of the changes taking place, adding stability...
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In this episode of Keeping Work Human, find out how we can lift each other through human connection with this advice from Jonathan Kaufman.
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In this episode of Keeping Work Human, hear from Hari Date on the adjustments he’s made to his curriculum and teaching style and what this shift could mean for the future of education.
Despite the enormous challenges facing students and teachers, let’s focus on the emergence of positive changes in the educational community.
In this special episode of Keeping Work Human, Steve Pemberton speaks with Kara McAllister, Sue Sonia, and Julianna Record.
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There are so many stories coming out of the COVID-19 crisis – some inspiring, some heartbreaking. There’s a particular immediacy and relevance to the plight of SMBs during this time in history.
Adapting to the new world of work requires a new, agile mindset and rethinking traditional processes and policies. Here are key insights and research on how to bring a more agile mindset to HR.
Learn from Erica Dhawan, founder and CEO of Cotential, about connectional intelligence and how to build digital trust during a crisis.
In this episode of Keeping Work Human, our CHRO Steve Pemberton chats with Joe Hirsch, managing director of Semaca Partners and the author of “The Feedback Fix.”
These are trying times, but they are also an opportunity to share our common humanity by recognizing the good in each other. We want to help other organizations experience the power of gratitude.
Hear firsthand from Jen Miller, a nurse practitioner at a New York hospital, about the pandemic’s impact on healthcare workers and how they’re balancing self-care with caring for others.
We chat with a nurse as she describes the churning anxiety that defines the front lines of healthcare today and the relentless determination to do the best she can under the circumstances.