Given the demand for creativity and the competitive advantage it holds, organizations are now under more pressure than ever to (a) create a place where creative people will flock to and, (b) build this skill within existing employees.
2019 will go down in history as the year of conferences. It is the one year I will likely attend more conferences than ever before and gladly so. The recently concluded Tech HR conference hosted by People Matters revived my belief in conferences. With an outstanding lineup of speakers and amazingly curated sessions that ranged … Continue reading Rewind: Tech HR 2019
With less than a week to go for the People Matters Tech HR 2019 Conference, I am super excited. I have never been to a People Matters conference and am curious to find out more about it. I had yet another chance to catch up with one of the speakers ahead of the conference. James … Continue reading Five Questions with James Taylor
I am a big fan and believer of game design. It is one of the things I have spoken here. Hence, when as a part of the upcoming People Matters TechHR Conference 2019, I had the opportunity to shoot five questions to Mohsin Memon, I was naturally very excited.
I had heard of burnout. I had been warned about burning out. But, I had never experienced burnout…...until I did.
I am yet to attend an HR conference where I have not learnt something new. 89% of the time, it is through conversations with the myriad HR professionals that gather at the melting pot. Every single time I walk into a conference environment, I cannot help but be surprised at the different orbits we all … Continue reading SHRM Tech Conference 2019: Recap
There are HR conferences and then there are HR conferences that dare to go beyond because they know that HR is much more than what traditional conferences cover. The SHRM APAC conferences do just that. It is no wonder that the SHRM APAC Tech Conference 2019 has been Ranked #2 among the 6 Best Conferences … Continue reading You will find me here
I am a big fan of radical transparency; always have been. I believe it solves more problems than it creates. Multiple corporate gurus encourage embracing radical transparency, however, this month I will focus on one particular aspect that I value most. However, let me begin by narrating a recent incident. In my most recent 1:1 … Continue reading 31-day challenge: Radical Transparency
One can safely assume that in life, most decisions are two-way doors. What differs is the toll fee. It is impossible to come back through a door without paying a toll fee. Sometimes the toll fee is negligible, sometimes it costs a bomb - and this is especially true of most decisions in HR.
This has been a rather quiet year. No crazy CEO saying something audacious, no groundbreaking/ gossip-worthy HR breakthroughs nor any organization doing anything questionable (OK – this may not be true). Either the world of HR has gone quiet or I am revolving outside the loop. I would like to believe it is the former. … Continue reading Nothing new under the sun