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Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #111

TALENT EDGE WEEKLY
Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #111
By Brian Heger • Issue #111 • View online
Welcome to this week’s issue of Talent Edge Weekly - the weekly newsletter for human resources practitioners, bringing together talent and HR insights from various sources.
THIS WEEK’S CONTENT
  • Report: The Five Pillars of People Risk | MercerMarsh Benefits | A 64-page report that groups 25 people-risks into five major categories. The framework can be used to help identify, prioritize and manage various forms of people risks. 
  • Skills Frameworks Fuel Skills-based Organizations | Deloitte Blog Capital H | Presents a useful Hub and Spoke model for drawing the connection between various talent “hub” components (e.g., talent philosophy, skills framework, etc.) and the “spoke” aspects (e.g., workforce planning, etc.)
  • Research: How Employee Experience (EX) Impacts Your Bottom Line | Harvard Business Review | Shares research from a large global retail brand on the causal impact of EX on business outcomes like revenue and profits. I include a few bonus resources.
  • Research: Why Every Leader Needs to Worry About Toxic Culture | MIT Sloan Management Review | Covers findings from a text analytics study of more than 1.3 million Glassdoor reviews on how employees describe five aspects of a toxic culture.
  • Gone for Now, or Gone for Good? How to Play the New Talent Game and Win Back Workers | Mckinsey | Explains why a segment of workers had voluntarily left their organizations during the pandemic. I share a few ideas on how firms can address their talent shortages by expanding their talent pools through “hidden workers.”
If you find value in this issue, please share it with your network by using the social media icons in the newsletter.
Have a safe week everyone!
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Brian Heger is a human resources practitioner with a Fortune 150 organization and has responsibilities for Strategic Talent and Workforce Planning. To connect with Brian on Linkedin, click here.

THIS WEEK'S EDGE
Report: The Five Pillars of People Risk | MercerMarsh Benefits
Skills Frameworks Fuel Skills-based Organizations | Deloitte Blog Capital H
Research: How Employee Experience Impacts Your Bottom Line | Harvard Business Review
Research: Why Every Leader Needs to Worry About Toxic Culture | MIT Sloan Management Review
Gone for Now, or Gone for Good? How to Play the New Talent Game and Win Back Workers | Mckinsey
MOST SHARED RESOURCE FROM LAST WEEK
2022 Work Trend Index Report: Great Expectations: Making Hybrid Work, Work | Microsoft
TWEET OF THE WEEK
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
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Personal Productivity and Effectiveness
Strategic Workforce Planning
Performance Management
Remote Work
Future of Work
People Analytics
Talent Management
Internal Talent Marketplace | Internal Mobility
Organization Design
Employee Engagement
Upskilling
Unconscious Bias At Work
Employee Listening
VISIT MY WEBSITE FOR MORE RESOURCES
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RECOMMENDING CONTENT
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For additional articles and resources, and to sign-up for this FREE weekly newsletter, visit www.brianheger.com
Have a safe week everyone and I look forward to sharing more ideas in next week’s Edge!
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Brian Heger

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