Don’t Fear the Impostor Syndrome – Fight It

It’s one of the ironies of professional life that those most deserving of praise are often the least able to accept it. I’ve seen this in colleagues of all ages and levels of seniority. This irony is also known as

The New HR: If We’re the Business Engine, It’s Time to Make Some Noise

First of two parts Here are some slogans I bet you’ve heard recently: We’re a talent economy now. Engaged employees are more productive.  Workforce planning is key to business success. Here’s one I bet you haven’t: Human Resources departments (the

Learning at the Speed of Business: SAP Leads in the Cloud

The award-winning learning professionals at SAP are using the cloud to advance the company’s talent development initiatives. When a company undergoes profound change, it’s critical that the workforce is ready, willing, and enabled to execute on that change. SAP leadership

Diversity Programs Increasingly Focus On Work Styles and Values, Study Reveals

Jan. 28 — Differences in work values and styles are now considered aspects of employer diversity programs, as they have gradually evolved from focusing strictly on demographics, according to a study released Jan. 23. The report, “Values-based diversity: The challenges

Career advice for Millennials: 10 ways to hack into the workplace

Millennials are facing an astonishing level of competition for every job. There are hundreds of you applying to every job. So, how to defy Oldster expectations and set yourself up with a career you can be proud of? Human resource