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TALENT EDGE WEEKLY
Talent Edge Weekly - Issue #131
By Brian Heger • Issue #131 • 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
  • The Role of the CHRO in ESG: 4 Resources for HR Leaders to Leverage | Includes resources that HR Leaders can refer to as they continue to take a more active role in helping shape their organizations’ ESG strategy and initiatives.
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Planning Template for Human Resources Leaders | Gartner | Provides an editable PDF template that can be used to help capture a statement of DEI strategy, metrics, and risks and pitfalls to avoid, to name a few. I share two bonus resources.
  • Six Potential Indicators of Proximity Bias in the Workplace | Brian Heger | I provide a few indicators managers can use to self-audit whether they may be engaging in proximity bias.
  • Podcast: How ‘Quiet Quitting’ Is Changing the Workplace | The Wall Street Journal Podcasts | An 8-minute discussion on how ‘quiet quitting’ (QQ) has become a new phrase in the workplace. I provide commentary on how QQ is not a new concept, just a new name. I share a bonus resource to help address the underlying issue of QQ.
  • Beyond “Agree to Disagree”: Why Leaders Need to Foster a Culture of Productive Disagreement and Debate | BCG Henderson Institute | Shares ideas on how fostering productive disagreement and debate in an organization is a critical leadership capability. I include a bonus resource on psychological safety.
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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.

THIS WEEK'S EDGE
The Role of the CHRO in ESG: 4 Resources for HR Leaders to Leverage
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Planning Template for Human Resources Leaders | Gartner
Six Potential Indicators of Proximity Bias in the Workplace | Brian Heger
Podcast: How ‘Quiet Quitting’ Is Changing the Workplace | The Wall Street Journal Podcasts
Beyond “Agree to Disagree”: Why Leaders Need to Foster a Culture of Productive Disagreement and Debate | BCG Henderson Institute
MOST SHARED RESOURCE FROM LAST WEEK
Stop Offering Career Ladders. Start Offering Career Portfolios | Harvard Business Review
TWEET OF THE WEEK
BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS
You can see several book recommendations by clicking the image below. One book I have been referencing this week from my bookshelf is:
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Partial View of Recommendations. Click Image to See All Books
VISIT MY WEBSITE FOR MORE RESOURCES
Click on image to visit www.brianheger.com
Click on image to visit www.brianheger.com
RECOMMENDING CONTENT
If there is a resource (e.g., article, book, report, podcast, webinar, whitepaper, etc.) that you believe would be a good fit with this newsletter’s topics and you would like for me to cover, please use this LINK to share your recommendations.
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For additional articles and resources, and to sign-up for this FREE weekly newsletter, visit www.brianheger.com
Have a great and safe week everyone and I look forward to sharing more ideas in next week’s Edge!
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