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Update from the HR Trend Institute 2020/9
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In this update: New episode in the series “Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom 11 HR Trends for 2021: The video The Personal User Guide Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom Multifunctional HR … End of silos? In this episode of “Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom” the conversation is about how HR can work in a multifunctional way, crossing borders and breaking silos. Solving complex issues benefits from a multifunctional approach, looking at all the stakeholders of...
11 HR Trends to take into account for 2021
2 dagen
HR professionals follow the trends The HR Trend Institute was founded in 2014. In the last six years every year in November we published an overview of the HR trends we sensed for the coming year. 2015: 9 emerging HR trends for 2015 2016: 11 HR trends for 2016 2017: 10 HR Trends for 2017 2018: 8 major trends for 2018 2019: 10 inspiring HR trends for 2019 2020: 12 HR trends for 2020 Each year the challenge is if we can come up with a new inspiring list. This is for you to decide! The megatrends...
Wellbeing … more than Yoga classes?
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Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom Wellbeing … more than Yoga classes? In this episode of Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom, Natal and Tom talk about wellbeing. What is wellbeing, why is wellbeing in the workplace important, and is wellbeing more than providing yoga classes? Watch one of the other episodes   Next week: 11 HR Trends to take into account for 2021 The HR Trend Institute was founded in 2014. In the last six years every year in November we published an overview...
The Hybrid Office – Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom
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Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom The Hybrid Office In this episode of “Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom” the subject is the hybrid office. Will working from home be the new norm for people whose work can be done from home, or are there other options? All Eyes on HR during the Pandemic Opportunities for HR! Seán O’Sullivan made a kind remark on LinkedIn: “The pragmatic implications of the future endeavours of HR are a welcome boost of enthusiasm to continue all...
15 Examples of Workplace Nudging
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Nudging Wikipedia defines nudging as follows: “Nudge is a concept in behavioural science, political theory and economics which proposes positive reinforcement and indirect suggestions as ways to influence the behaviour and decision making of groups or individuals. Nudging contrasts with other ways to achieve compliance, such as education, legislation or enforcement”. Thaler & Sunstein, in their book Nudge, give the following definition: “Any aspect of the choice architecture that alters...
Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom
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In Newsletter 2020/6 of the HR Trend Institute two subject: the launch of “Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom”, and the Masterclass “Determining your 2021 HR Agenda”. Start of a new series: Talking HR trends with Natal and Tom   Today we are starting a new series: “Talking HR Trends with Natal and Tom”. In short 10-minute videos Natal Dank (of PXO Culture) and Tom Haak will discuss HR and the trends that are important for people and organisations....
Update from the HR Trend Institute 2020/5
1 maand
In this update we cover: Masterclass “Determining your 2021 HR agenda” Casual collision, dialogue and collective intelligence The customer experience: why are some processes so slow? Masterclass “Determining your 2021 HR agenda” 🤔 Are you sweating over your company’s 2021 HR agenda and thinking of what trends you should include in it to make it effective? 💡 Join the interactive online #masterclass for HR professionals with Tom Haak the Director of the...
Update from the HR Trend Institute 2020/4
1 maand
In this update we cover five issues: Global Workplace Study 2020 Collective Brains Personalisation Customer service HR Trend Institute for sale? The more challenges you experience, the more resilient you are This is an interesting study by Mary Hayes, Frances Chumney PhD and Marcus Buckingham for the ADP Research Institute®. Many interesting findings, as: 🦠 Proximity to COVID-19 increases workplace resilience 🦠 The more changes you experience, the more resilient you are...
Every good conversation starts with listening. Really?
1 maand
“Every good conversation starts with listening” Back in 2014 Remco Mostertman, founder of the Dutch HR Community, wanted to start a series with HR Quotes, and he asked if he could share (on Twitter) some of my videos with a nice quote. I provided some quotes, but Remco didn’t like the quote I provided with a short video about listening, so he suggested another one, he found on the internet: “Every good conversation starts with listening”. He created a picture (...
COVID-19 and Gamification
1 maand
Social sciences and COVID-19 Governments, organisations and people are struggling with the COVID-19 crisis. The findings of social sciences are not used enough. The Dutch government is still relying too much on rules, regulations and the “common sense” of the people. Gamification I have just downloaded the new Dutch COVID-19 app (“Corona Melder“), and this app does not contain any gamification element. I am a keen user of Duolingo and the simple gamification elements...
Update from the HR Trend Institute 2020/3
1 maand
In this update we cover four issues: New videos on our YouTube channel Collaboration with Tecnológico de Monterrey What will be the trends for 2021? How to create your HR Plan in five minutes New on YouTube This week we added two new videos on YouTube. Confessions (1): Aggression and the Employee Experience The first video in a new series: Confessions. Update on HR Trends On September 24, 2020, Tom Haak of the HR Trend Institute gave a presentation at the Ukrainian HR Trends conference. This...
Easy-peasy HR processes
1 maand
HR Processes I never really studied Human Resources Management. In this area I am an autodidact.  At HRM studies they seem to learn a lot about HRM models and processes. When I search for pictures of HR processes, I often end up in papers written by students. And on the sites of consultants. This is probably the last in the series of collections we made in collaboration with The Museum of HR (unless we get new inspiration). The Collection APQC Process Classification Framework Solid and almost...
Communication models, from Aristotle to White
1 maand
There are many communication models There are many communication models, and they all look alike. There is a sender and there are one or more receivers. The sender can choose a channel, and whatever channel she chooses, the message is distorted. The receivers are active or passive. It they react, maybe even if they don’t react, there is feedback. A channel is chosen for the feedback, and the feedback is distorted, if you like it or not. Miscommunication models would maybe be as better...
Tom Haak and Miha Pogačnik about human resonance and other topics
2 maanden
I had a conversation with my friend Miha Pogačnik, who is making the connection between music and organisational development. This is the video.   The post Tom Haak and Miha Pogačnik about human resonance and other topics appeared first on HR Trend Institute.
The Eisenhower matrix and various other grids for HR
2 maanden
What is a consultant without a grid? 2×2 grids are part of the toolkit of almost any consultant. There are many HR related grids, and we have collected a few for your inspiration and entertainment. And not only 2×2’s. Examples of HR grids The Action Priority matrix One of my favourites. Also called the impact x effort matrix. My version looks a bit different: the best is low effort/ high impact. Blake Mouton Managerial Grid The good old grid of Blake...
To Track or Not to Track? The Balancing Act of Managing Employee/Employer Transparency
2 maanden
Employee monitoring technology has grown significantly both in scope and type over the past decade. Forms of workplace surveillance that used to be limited to the largest corporate employers, for high-level tracking of email volume or network-bandwidth requirements, now encompasse a range of tools that provide a high degree of visibility and oversight into almost every aspect of the daily behaviour of individual workers. Employee monitoring software increasingly popular Barclays bank is the...
HR Pyramids
2 maanden
The Pyramid After the circle and the arrow, the pyramid is probably the most used shape in HR visuals. We found HR pyramids everywhere. Unfortunately we had to report a lot of pyramid abuse. In many visuals it is not clear why a pyramid is used. A good example of the proper use of a pyramid is Maslows pyramid with the hierarchy of needs. The basic needs at the bottom, more “luxury” needs at the top. The higher in the pyramid, the smaller the size of the people in the group. One big...
The ideal HR organisation
2 maanden
The ideal HR organisation Recently we published a collection of HR models (What does good HR look like: 30 different models). These models were focused on the required competencies of successful HR professionals. Another question is: how do we organise HR? We collected more than 40 visuals that can inspire you when transforming your HR organisation. We hope you enjoy this collection of circles, pyramids, arrows and flow-charts. AIHR 15 indeed, I counted. I certainly can think of other key...
What does good HR look like? 30 different HR models
3 maanden
What does good HR look like? HR is a young profession. The profession loves processes and frameworks. Of course there are also many frameworks that outline what good HR should look like. For this overview we collected around 30 of them. 30+ different HR models AHRI/1 Many models are related to the work of Ulrich and Brockbank. “Credible Activist” is certainly one of the competency areas out of their kitchen. AHRI/2 Most of the models reflect the “rounded HR professional...
A collection of Performance Management Cycles
3 maanden
We all loved the performance management cycle! Performance management is changing. Almost every HR professional has been involved with performance management cycle design. The HR Trend Institute, in collaboration with The Muesum of HR, is preparing an exhibition of performance management cycles. In this article we present an overview of nearly 50 performance management cycles. The first conclusions: it is a rather boring collection and the similarity between the cycles is big. The variety is...
HR in 2025
4 maanden
HR in 2025 Last week I was interviewed as part of a research into “HR in 2025”. This was an interesting conversation, and in the article I want to capture some thoughts I had, before I forget them (and before I change my mind..). It is by no means my intention to summarise the interview, the researchers can do a better job, and I am looking forward to the report that will be published somewhere this fall. Three considerations when researching HR in 2025 1. There is not one HR There...
Tom Haak’s HR Action Cube
5 maanden
Tom Haak’s HR Action Cube The HR Tech Conference Nigeria 2020 was opened with a keynote by Tom Haak. In this keynote he introduced Tom Haak’s HR Action Cube. He covered several dimensions of the cube: The burning business issues, and the impact on these issues of the COVID-19 crisis; Important HR trends; The HR enablers, as people analytics, HR tech, agile methodologies, design thinking and holistic HR. The video of his presentation is now available on YouTube. The post Tom Haak...
Gestão de desempenho em organizações ágeis
5 maanden
Gestão de desempenho: para quê? Existem vários objetivos de gerenciamento de desempenho. Desenvolvimento. Dê feedback às pessoas e equipes, que podem ser usado para melhorar, para as funções atuais e futuras. Direção. Ajude pessoas e equipes a se moverem na direção necessária. Reconhecimento. Dê reconhecimento às pessoas e equipes por suas realizações e esforços. Remuneração. Reúna informações que possam ser usadas para determinar os níveis salariais certos para indivíduos e equipes. Se bem...
How serious gaming can help HR to increase awareness on data & analytics
5 maanden
Data and analytics are gaining a crucial role within HR departments in various companies. But although this seems to be a technology trend, it is all about the human factor. Therefore employee behaviour is a key success factor for data driven decision making. And where humans come in to play, games should be involved. So how can serious gaming play a role to create awareness, willingness for working with a fact based mindset? This article is based on  interviews with three leaders in HR...
12 tips for online conference organisers
5 maanden
Many online conferences are boring I am part of the international conference industry. A big part of my activities is performing and chairing at HR conferences around the world. The live conference business has stopped abruptly in March, and part of it has moved online, waiting for  better times. In the past weeks I have participated in various online conferences and webinars, as a presenter or as a participant. Unfortunately, most of these conferences are as boring as the traditional ones. A...
Some suggestions for the HR agenda post COVID-19
5 maanden
Important business themes Generalising is dangerous. Organisations and businesses face all kind of different challenges. We expect some of them to be rather common. The most important priority for HR: what can we contribute to dealing with the most burning challenges. 1. Productivity and growth Productivity: “The quality, state, or fact of being able to generate, create, enhance, or bring forth goods and services” (Dictionary.com) Some people don’t like the term productivity....
5 Tendências de comunicação interna
6 maanden
🇬🇧 Tradução (do inglês): Roberto Leão, Director South America na HR Trend Institute     Comunicação Interna reforçou sua preponderância como processo organizacional frente ao CVOVI-19. Aqui ficam tendências mapeadas para 2019, mas relevantes neste cenário 2020. Os colaboradores continuam querendo ser escutados, ser envolvidos, ter uma comunicação simples e transparente. 1. Mais escuta, menos envio Como sabemos, ouvir é difícil. Acho que em muitas organizações a liderança...
HR: Health and Safety first
6 maanden
  Health & Safety (& Wellbeing!) first In September 2015 I wrote a short article about what I learned about Health & Safety when I worked at Arcadis. In my view a lot can be learned from organisations with a strong health and safety culture, so I pulled the article from the archives, and here it is again!    During my morning run I saw two near-accidents of children on their way to school on their bicycle while using their smartphone. Using your telephone while cycling (or driving) is...
New update from the HR Trend Institute
6 maanden
High impact HR – post Corona Last week Tom Haak gave a short presentation at the HR Innovation Summit 2020. A studio recording of his presentation is now available on YouTube. In his presentation Tom focused on four important priory areas going forward: Productivity Innovation Resilience Wellbeing and through which intervention areas HR can help to tackle these issues and increase its impact (see slide below).     HR trends and the future of HR For yet another German...
Update from the HR Trend Institute
6 maanden
Some “HR and Corona” videos As live HR conferences are not possible at the moment, new webinars, podcasts, virtual conferences and what have you appear every day. Although the new “earning models” are not so clear yet (online = free seems to be the norm), Tom Haak is gladly making an appearance here and there. Some examples: Effectory  is organising a weekly webinar series. Tom Haak spoke in the second episode, about the Corona crisis as an HR incubator. On May 4, 2020...

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