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15 great HR lessons from America’s largest human resources conference

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Patrick DiDomenico

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Couldn’t make it to last week’s big Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) annual conference in Las Vegas? No problem, editors from The HR Specialist and Business Management Daily were there to scoop up all the HR wisdom for you. Here are 15 of the best pieces of bite-sized advice:

  1. TEACH MANAGERS TO CONFRONT, NOT COWER. “We don’t know how to have the hard conversations—people don’t have that hard-conversation skill set … But courage is teachable, observable and measurable. We can teach people how to show up and do the hard things.” – Brené Brown, best-selling author and researcher
  2. DROP RATINGS FROM REVIEWS? “More employers have gone rating-less (in performance reviews) and it’s worked for them. The jury is still out whether that’s the best move. But there’s no question that having more frequent conversations between employees and managers is critical.” – Jeremy Spake, principal,...(register to read more)

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