Tag: "Conference 2013"

Getting From Here to There

No matter how much you have achieved, to get to the next level you are going to have to get even better.

If HR Ruled the World…

If HR ruled the world, our “truths” would be self-evident. We wouldn’t need to “get buy-in”. We would scoff at protestations of “no budget”. Measuring impact of HR decisions would be moot. Everyone would laugh at our jokes.

Practice Makes Perfect Revisited: Deliberate Practice and the Development of Expertise

Well-designed practice is what separates meaningful learning from passive information presentation. But do we design adequate practice to build the expertise needed in the modern workplace?

Hierarchy & Social Networks Both #FAIL. Now What?

The advent of social platforms and communication tools is rapidly changing how information flows inside of organizations. This is challenging how decisions get made and how work gets done.

Super Sleuth Workplace Tips

You don’t have to be on CSI to be a super sleuth in the workplace. Having the “know how” to conduct investigations effectively means you can reach an outcome that does not leave your company vulnerable to further loss and litigation.

Conference Insider: Influence is Leadership

What do The Beatles, Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah and Henry Ford have in common?

Why Collaboration Fails (And How To Fix It)

Gervase Bushe, a professor with Beedie School of Business at SFU and a speaker at the HRMA Conference + Tradeshow 2013, details how his research has provided an understanding of effective collaboration.

Bill 14 Update – Trends and Interim Practice Directive from WorkSafeBC

It has been six months since Bill 14 came into effect on July 1, 2012 along with WorkSafeBC’s corresponding compensation policy on mental disorder claims. WorkSafeBC published an Interim Practice Directive for Mental Disorder Claims to provide further guidance to Board officers in making initial claims’ decisions.