October 14th Human Capital Analytics Forum Recap

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October 14th Human Capital Analytics Forum Recap

On Friday Oct 14, the Human Capital Analytics team led a meeting entitled, "The Tales that Analytics Enables". Hosted by SAP, with presentations by the Chief Learning Officer at Deloitte and the Global Head of Diversity at SAP, more than 50 people listened as HR Practitioners, Jeff Orlando and Nicole McCabe led us through their journey to success using metrics, reporting and analysis.

Nicole guided us through the changes at SAP to increase women in leadership roles from 19.6% to 24.3% in 3 years with a goal of 25% by the end of 2017. She showed us how they use reports on Gender Diversity in their overall workforce, management, external hires and attrition as well as Generational Diversity in their workforce and approaching retirement to justify programs and measures results.

Jeff told us about Deloitte’s transformation of their performance and training initiatives to a Fuel, See and Recognize program and mindset to use employee ‘check-ins’ and coaching for stage 1, then snapshots and surveys for stage 2 and then talent reviews and decisions for stage 3. He showed how the check-ins and pulse surveys translate into metrics that when combined with performance measures demonstrate that the more frequently Team Members check-in, the more engaged they are and those who are more engaged, perform better.

A huge thank you to Carle Quinn and SAP for hosting space and food and beverages and to Nicole and Jeff for their time and presentation excellence.
The HCA group is preparing for the next series of meetings based on the survey of our PSPS and professional community. Look for announcements on a webinar, white paper and an interactive dashboard!

 

Q4 Quarterly Program Recap

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Q4 Quarterly Program Recap

Over 110 members and guests were fully engaged in Mindy Hall’s Sept. 22 presentation, "Leading with Intention.” Challenged with thinking about “who do you want to be as a Leader?”, participants learned that when they write it down they are 43% more likely to succeed and if they share what they wrote down, 76% more likely to become the leader they want to be. Words like “courage,” “good listener,” “walk the talk,” “mentor” were among the responses that participants shared with the group.

HR Performance, while improving has remained pretty stable over time, according to data from Deloitte, Hall told us, making it all the more important for HR leaders to be intentional in how they show up as leaders. Hall shared with us 3 very useful tools to use to make us all more effective and intentional leaders. 1) Be in the moment, and watch yourself in the moment. Challenge your assumptions. #2) Awareness, integration and finally embodiment is the process we will undertake to become intentional leaders and #3) 2+2. For every meeting we attend, have 2 questions and 2 contributions in mind before the meeting begins. If, at the end, you have successfully contributed twice and asked 2 good questions, that will be a successful meeting, indeed.

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Q1 2016 Program Recap

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Q1 2016 Program Recap

By: PSPS Programming Committee

PSPS and our GPSEG partners jointly presented the noted author, professor, and thought leader Dr. Stew Friedman to a large group of members on January 27th, 2016. The program, entitled “Leading the Life You Want,” (Dr. Friedman’s most recent book) was well-received by enthusiastic members and guests, and allowed a window onto the decades of research and concept development with which Dr. Friedman is credited in the area of leadership and work-life integration.

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4 Actions That Can Make You a Wellspring of Confidence

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4 Actions That Can Make You a Wellspring of Confidence

By: Wendy Axelrod

You will never read a single line from some of today’s best writers. Instead, you will hear them in a TV program or movie.

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Q2 2015 Program Recap

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Q2 2015 Program Recap

By: PSPS Programming Committee

On May 12th, 2015, PSPS presented our quarterly program: "The Purpose Economy: How Your Desire for Impact, Personal Growth, and Community is Changing the World" with Arthur Woods, co-founder and COO of Imperative. The program had a wonderful turnout and the audience garnered useful information about motivating their workforce through purpose.

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Q1 2015 PSPS Program Recaps

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Q1 2015 PSPS Program Recaps

By: PSPS Programming Committee

Quarterly Program - Five Workplace Predictions for the Next Five Years Leading Into 2020 with Jeanne Meister. On January 21, PSPS joined with ATD and welcomed Jeanne Meister, author of 2020 Workforce.  Jeanne addressed a crowd of approximately 200 HR and business leaders and shared her predictions for the workplace, identifying 5 important trends:

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PSPS Future of Human Capital Task Force

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PSPS Future of Human Capital Task Force

By: Karen DeLise, August 2014

“The war on talent is over, and talent won.”  Josh Bersin of Bersin by Deloitte Consulting has concisely captured the reality of human capital management in a post Great Recession world.  Human Resources leadership is being challenged by seismic shifts in workforce, technology and globalization.  These new employment dynamics require innovative approaches to attract and engage a demographically diverse workforce that has high expectations for their careers and employers. Rapidly evolving technology permeates nearly every aspect of life and work, changing the way we professionally collaborate and personally connect.  This technological tsunami of 24/7 communication has created a new concern, the overwhelmed employee.  Companies are operating in highly interdependent and uncertain global economy.  As economic growth and investment begins to accelerate, there is a widening disparity in leadership effectiveness and organizational readiness to meet these challenges. This is an exciting time to be a part of HR leadership!

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