Friday, 12 August 2011

Social business webinar

 

   Posting about my forthcoming social innovation webinar reminded me that I’ve not given you the links to the archive or my slides from my Social Business webinar back in the Spring.

So, here you go:

  • Citrix GoToWebinar archive
  • Slideshare presentation

 

Social business 2.0
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And as a further reminder, here are the links to the same resources for my previous webinar on HR 2.0:

  • Archive
  • Presentation

 

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Thursday, 4 August 2011

HR Technology and Social Innovations

 

    I’ve had this article on Social Innovations published in Human Resource Executive as a lead into my presentation at the US’ HR Technology conference this October.

I argue that those responsible for managing and leading people in organisations, and therefore their relationships, need to focus not just on social activities, which tend to be performed within silos, eg HR, OD, Communication, Enterprise 2.0, Facilities Management etc, but on the outcomes of these activities, ie social capital.  Doing this helps ensure that these activities can be identified appropriately and more effectively integrated and combined.

I present innovation as an example of one of these social outcomes, and discuss how it can be developed in an integrated way.  You can read more about this in the article which is available online here.

 

My presentation at the HR Technology conference, ‘HR 2.0—What It Means to You’ will focus on how HR can create social outcomes in innovation and other areas.  You can find out more about this conference, including a discount code, here.

 

Cross-posted at Strategic HCM.

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Wednesday, 3 August 2011

Leading in the Love Shack

 

   I’m not doing too well in making progress on the love (s)hack, but August is quite quiet, so hopefully I’ll have it drafted soon.

I’m feeling spurred on by two things – the first of these is the recent tweet-up of the ConnectingHR community that I’m involved in.  Now I try not to bang on about HR too much on this blog – there’s enough of that on the other one – but since I posted on this community here recently, as a basis for discussing my theory of  Individual Divided Participation, it seems to fit to raise it once again.  So the particular point was the reflection of one of the HR people attending who noted ‘there was love in the room’.  There was too, and it got me thinking how useful it would be if organisations could create the same passion as well.

Then secondly, CV Harquail sent me a link to this blog post by Steve Farber, The Love Practicum.  Farber provides the example of one company, Kineticom, which does include love within employee performance management:

“Demonstrating love (of the future we’re working together to create) in the way they work with, serve, and lead the people around them. (Leadership includes peer level.) Love in this sense is a feeling of strong attachment induced by that which delights or commands admiration; preeminent kindness or devotion to another. At its core, being an Extreme Leader means doing what you love in the service of those who love what you do.”

 

I was going to describe Kineticom as a recruitment agency, but I guess ‘the love shack’ will do.

 

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