HRExaminer v12.07

 

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I need a Vocation
HRExaminer v12.07 February 12, 2021

 

 

As Frederick Buechner described, vocation is “the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” Matthew J. Stollak is here to remind us about an oft forgotten truth in our work. Say it with me, I need a Vocation!

Algorithms Follow Rules - People Don’t. See you in Court? What happens when you throw the legal system into the mix? Heather Bussing has some thoughts.

Dr. Todd Dewett shares, “I’m often approached with questions about motivation and morale. The question is the same: How do we get employees to feel like doing a great job?”

Heather Bussing has some suggestions on how to rewire your brain to view mistakes as shortcuts to real learning and wisdom. Is Learning By Mistake Really How We Learn Best?

Catch and Kill is the story of the writing of Ronan Farrow’s now-famous piece about Harvey Weinstein. John Sumser’s warning is simple, “Anyone involved in HR should read it.”

This Week’s Articles
 

 

The Forgotten Virtues of VocationThe Forgotten Virtues of Vocation “One of the essential terms of my workplace is vocation. As Frederick Buechner described, vocation is ‘the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.’”- Matthew J. Stollak Read Now »

 

Algorithms Follow Rules - People Don't. See you in Court?Algorithms Follow Rules - People Don’t. See you in Court? “Laws are a set of rules. Algorithms are a set of rules. They ought to work the same? If laws can run the world, then so can algorithms. Yeah, not so much.”- Heather BussingRead Now »

 

How do we get employees to feel like doing a great job?How do we get employees to feel like doing a great job? “I’m often approached with questions about motivation, morale, and engagement. Choose whichever label you’d like, the question is the same: how do we get employees to feel like doing a great job?” - Dr. Todd DewettRead Now »

 

Is Learning By Mistake Really How We Learn Best?Is Learning By Mistake Really How We Learn Best? “The hard way is how I’ve learned everything that’s important to me. Take learning to ski. The only way to hot chocolate is to skid down a mountain. What were you thinking? Suddenly, you have a whole new appreciation for gravity and friction.” - Heather Bussing Read Now »

 

Catch and Kill by Ronan FarrowCatch and Kill by Ronan Farrow “Over and over, the goal of the game seems to be to keep the victims feeling ashamed and the documentation out of HR’s hands. Meanwhile, NDAs are used to cover tracks and keep a lid on the story.” - John SumserRead Now »

 

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