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How to build an effective HR communication strategy in 2024

9 min read

Having a robust HR communications strategy in place has become especially important, as more organizations embrace remote and hybrid work options. For many, the HR department is no longer a quick walk down the hall.

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How’s your Leadership Fit?

2 min read

Leadership styles have also evolved over time. Today, there are dozens of leadership approaches to choose from. Sometimes, we fall into the habit of overusing a particular style because it’s comfortable, or it was effective in other, unrelated situations.

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Navigating Pride: Celebrating amidst fear

5 min read

Traditionally, Pride has been a time of connection, celebration, and reflection —a period when we gather to spread love, embrace our identities, and stand visibly together with our allies. However, this year, the shadow of fear looms large.

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Growing trends for HR leaders in 2024

9 min read

Being an effective HR leader today requires you to keep both an ear to the ground, and your eyes on the horizon, so that you can react to challenges, spot opportunities, and capitalize on both.

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Where does the time go?

2 min read

I invite you to review your calendar and rate your meetings. I created a handy worksheet to help you do just that. Choose an important set of recurring or upcoming meetings, and be honest in your evaluations.

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10 biggest challenges for HR leaders in 2024

11 min read

we’ve seen a sudden shift from in-person to remote work, then to more complex hybrid arrangements. Meanwhile, a robust job market has meant increased employee expectations all around. And, of course, there are the still evolving challenges coming from new technology like AI.

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What’s your Relationship Forecast?

1 min read

Choose an important relationship you have with your manager, a peer, or a direct report. How is the weather? Use the worksheet to identify what’s working (or not) and what might come next.

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Become your CEO’s Most Valuable Partner: Evolving AI adoption and upskilling practices

3 min read

HR professionals who have a reskilling plan look a lot more enlightened than those who view generative AI as a threat. Think about how AI can complement your existing professional development pathways.

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Bridge to a better tomorrow

1 min read

Too often, well-intentioned leaders overlook all the elements needed to shepherd workers safely and happily from one side of the bridge to the other.

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Become your CEO’s Most Valuable Partner: Overcoming talent shortages

2 min read

Talent shortages aren’t new to HR teams. What is new, however, is the way forward-thinking companies are adapting in the face of those shortages.

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One for the Ages (Perspectives recap + tipsheet)

6 min read

For the May episode of our Perspectives webinar series, we decided to tackle the topic of optimizing a multigenerational workforce.

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PI Perform’s Manager Analytics Dashboard helps monitor and develop operational excellence

3 min read

The Manager Analytics Dashboard in PI Perform gives team leaders a comprehensive pulse for how they’re adhering to management best practices, answering questions before they’re asked.

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Give and take

2 min read

I’ve created this simple worksheet to help you recall all that you give and all that you receive when it comes to your work. Complete it for yourself to rekindle your relationship with your workplace. Then share it with your team members to help them do the same.

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Reading the “T” leaves

2 min read

I’m helping you hit the pause button and reflect on how you approach your work in this handy worksheet. It invites you to consider your favorite examples of technology, tools, templates, training, and transparency—5 Ts—that help you perform and lead at your best.

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Leadership Mount Rushmore

2 min read

Who belongs on the leadership equivalent of Mount Rushmore?Because leadership is a highly individualized practice, there’s no wrong answer. The most important answer is your own.

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How to set effective team goals

Tips, strategies, and workplace examples of effective team goal-setting Setting effective team goals sounds simple enough. After all, we set goals for ourselves every day. Whether you’re writing down a to-do list or trying to accomplish something a little more long-term, setting a goal just means stating what you want to get done. So why…

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Building a high-performing team

How do you build a high-performing team? Even the clearest business vision is lost without the right people in place. You certainly can’t build a high-performing team just by hiring a few people with glowing resumes. This holds true whether yours is an organization of five or 5,000, multinational or local. You can’t achieve your…

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Expand your knowledge of Black history with our BHM daily treasures.

Join us as we reflect on a month of Black History At The Predictive Index, we believe equity goes hand in hand with empathy and education. The more we listen to and learn from our friends, colleagues, and neighbors, the better our world becomes.  Where there are lived experiences, there is learning. When you speak…

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Attracting top talent in 2023

Attracting top talent in 2023 There’s no denying it: The employer-employee dynamic has flipped—maybe for good.  If you’re a hiring manager or business leader, you’ve probably seen it firsthand. Good candidates for key roles are scarce. They left jobs during The Great Resignation in no hurry to return, or they’re taking advantage of sudden supply-and-demand…

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Your guide to a hiring strategy that actually works

Your guide to a hiring strategy that actually works When you look over candidates for a key open position, do you feel a sense of dread? When you find the perfect candidate, do you always seem to lose them? Or, when you finally hire someone, has their performance been underwhelming? It’s a common quandary in…

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What does it mean to have psychological safety in the workplace?

What does it mean to have psychological safety in the workplace? What does the term “safety in the workplace” mean to you?  At first, it might evoke images of Wet Floor placards, or Caution: Hot Coffee labels. Maybe you get stressed out thinking about OSHA regulations. Not inconsequential stuff, but these more traditional markers only…

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