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What is social contract theory? Very briefly, it’s the idea that an individual’s obligations are dependent on an agreement, or contract, among individuals to form a society. Thinkers who have considered this question have generally done so in the context of political systems, in an effort to establish the legitimate authority of a state over an individual.
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Organizations of all sizes and across all industries are increasingly choosing to engage contingent labor. This segment of the workforce is expected to reach 40% (or more) of the total US workforce within the next decade, and is being driven by ...Read more
Learning and development programs can be powerful catalysts for engagement and performance in your organization. But if your programs are ineffective or misaligned to employee needs, you can’t expect to reap any of those benefits.
Every recruiter wants to hire engaged, super-talented employees (even if it’s only to get their hiring managers to leave them alone). The problem is there aren’t enough geniuses to go around. This has always been a problem in talent acquisition, and it’s about to get worse.
How do you ensure employees bring value to a company? And how do you ensure they feel valued? Strategically addressing these questions is the basis for improving performance.
For decades, HR departments relied on annual reviews to gauge and ...
Discover 6 tips that make technology a handy tool in the overall employee experience.
The selection process doesn't have to be cumbersome to be precise and effective. Organizations struggle to improve recruiter efficiency and effectiveness while delivering a positive, engaging candidate experience.Read more
I noticed a trend in the Fortune 500's Top 100 Employment Brands Report. Many of the companies that rank highly on the report are also well known for their commitment to diversity and inclusion. I don’t think this is a coincidence. The ...Read more
Explore how mothers are probably the first (and some will argue the best) examples of leadership that we experience in our lives.
Working with leaders and teams for over twenty years, I have often been asked to address and develop a leader’s or group’s influence skills. In this context, we frame influence as the behaviors one engages to impact the choices and actions of others. This always includes a discussion about the connection between power and influence—something which is often misunderstood.
The talent market is less familiar, more-rapidly evolving, and more specialized than ever. Identifying needed talent is consuming more time and resources without yielding better results.Read more
Organizations are often aware of the fact that turnover is a problem, but they do not attach a dollar figure to this problem. When calculated, this cost can be staggering, especially when considering both soft and hard costs.Read more
So how are CEOs addressing the skills crunch? They’re promoting diversity; looking for the best people, irrespective of who or where they are; and moving employees where they’re needed. More than three-quarters of CEOs have also ...Read more
Explore three concepts that can tune up your leadership development and produce better results in this Paradigm Learning blog.
With the beginning of a new year, many executives are looking to improve their businesses, their market presence, and their competitive advantage over the course of the new year. This may include changes to strategy, enhancements to organization ...Read more
Many companies utilize a PMO today. However, the role of a PMO during and after an organization design is often a little muddy. In a recent engagement with a client, the senior leader constantly referenced needing a PMO to solve all of the ...Read more
Human resource (HR) leaders are uniquely positioned within their organizations to play a significant role in change management. Traditionally, they have been workplace policy enforcers, employee liaisons, and corporate communicators. However, the ...Read more
Measurement is an essential activity to ascertain the success of a process or an activity. However, assessing the effectiveness of a change transformation is not always as straight-forward or simple as reading outcome data or waiting for a ...Read more
With the new year upon us, there comes a time for reflection – and strategic planning for the years ahead. Read on to learn about what we think will be the hot workplace trends in the industry for 2017.Read more