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Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #126

TALENT EDGE WEEKLY
Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #126
By Brian Heger • Issue #126 • 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
  • July Issue of Gartner’s HR Leaders Monthly: The Importance of Culture In Hybrid Work | Gartner | A 41-page issue with seven articles on tactics for realizing the benefits of hybrid work while preserving aspects of organizational culture.
  • A Few Tactics for Reducing Talent Hoarding in Organizations | Multiple Resources | Provides three tactics for minimizing talent hoarding behaviors and promoting talent sharing in organizations.
  • Courageous Behaviors at Work: The Courage to Be Candid | MIT Sloan Management Review | Includes a Workplace Courage Acts Index35 behaviors described as being courageous. I also share 6 questions that can be used to measure psychological safety in organizations.
  • Implications of “Work from Anywhere” - When Remote Workers Cross State Lines | ADP | Shares insights into a few of the under-discussed implications of remote work, such as its impact on tax withholdings, workers’ compensation, and paid leave, to name a few.
  • Meet the Psychological Needs of Your People–All Your People | McKinsey | Provides ideas on what business leaders can do to address the needs of their front-line employees.
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Have a great and 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.

CHRO HIRE OF THE WEEK
Heritage Distribution Holdings Names Brian J. Sasadu as Chief Human Resources Officer
THIS WEEK'S EDGE
July Issue of Gartner's HR Leaders Monthly: The Importance of Culture In Hybrid Work | Gartner
A Few Tactics for Reducing Talent Hoarding in Organizations | Multiple Resources
Courageous Behaviors at Work: The Courage to be Candid | MIT Sloan Management Review
Implications of "Work from Anywhere" - When Remote Workers Cross State Lines | ADP
Meet the Psychological Needs of Your People--All Your People | McKinsey
MOST SHARED RESOURCE FROM LAST WEEK
Time to Transform the “Traditional” HR Operating Model? | Egon Zehnder
TWEET OF THE WEEK
Brian Heger
A single approach to culture transformation may not fit all. Instead, organizations might want to give business units more leeway for change via @McKinsey https://t.co/Sa1qdXsiOa

#culture #leadership #hr #changemanagement #culturetransformation #humanresources
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
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VISIT MY WEBSITE FOR MORE RESOURCES
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Have a great and safe week everyone and I look forward to sharing more ideas in next week’s Edge!
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