Tag: tools

Communication, Development & Evaluation

3 Tools to Replace Conventional Employee Discipline

December 19, 2022


I’ve written in the past about the Same Day Summary (a brief written summary of key takeaways from a recent meeting or discussion); the No-FEAR Confrontation (first Frame the topic of conversation, then go into active listening mode to Explore […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee development

Getting On Track and Staying Organized as a Digital Nomad 

June 29, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

A lot of the traditional workplace has changed throughout the last few years as the pandemic managed to disrupt nearly every aspect of our lives. Getting on track and staying organized as a digital nomad means having time management skills, […]

Development & Evaluation, Employee retention

5 Traits That Distinguish a Digital Workplace From Working Digitally

June 16, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

The digital workplace first emerged in the late 2000s, when pioneering thought leaders introduced the idea that it’s not where you work, but how you work. This phrase has taken on new shapes and meanings as analyst firms like Deloitte […]


New Document Management Tools Cure HR’s Paperwork Blues

October 18, 2021


When the human resource team at Impact Networking invested in a next-generation document management system, it shifted the department’s efforts to go paperless into overdrive. The new technology allowed HR to digitize myriad paper forms and documents, eliminate cumbersome e-mail […]

Workplace wellness

Social Collaboration: Benefits, Best Practices, and Tools

November 19, 2020

Via: Evil HR Lady

With social media, you can chat with friends, share funny memes, and tweet angry things into the internet void. Social collaboration uses the same tools (and can include the same behaviors), but the goals are different; this is the business […]

Research, Software

Does Your Company Drive Digital Transformation?

August 9, 2016

Via: Chief Learning Officer

Companies that aren’t on the digital cutting edge — or at least moving toward it — shouldn’t expect employees to stick around too long, according to a July 2016 study by Sungard Availability Services. Participants in the study included more […]