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Ben Brooks is the founder and CEO of the career development platform PILOT. Share your reactions to this column on LinkedIn or @benbrooksny. He writes the monthly Coach's Corner column for HRE.
This remains a ‘massive blindspot’ for too many organizations, expert Ben Brooks writes.
With all the new expectations for HR, leaders should be asking for the investments they need.
Burnt out and exhausted HR teams deserve a break.
Every function of HR needs to step up if employers want to offer more than hollow virtue signals.
Hybrid work models appear to be the new normal, but is HR actively shaping the employee experience in this new context?
Why HR must prioritize retention over recruiting to win this war.
If HR leaders want to drive real change, they must develop one of the most important skills in life: advocating for oneself (and for one’s department!).
Nothing says more about an employer’s HR function and its impact than who joins and who leaves an organization.
The best way for HR leaders to start fresh next year is to first leave as much of this year as possible complete, checked off, and neatly tied up.
Human resources professionals need to stop apologizing if we ever want to drive progress.
Facing more challenges than at any other time in the history of our function, HR leaders must focus on the problems we’re solving, not our familiar solutions.
Ask yourself the right question, says columnist and coach Ben Brooks: What do I owe myself?
It’s time for HR to rise to the moment, take some real risks and redefine what human resources means to organizations.
The pandemic is accelerating the change, innovation and disruption that have long been in the works for HR. This is our moment.