Respect is the foundation for team culture | How to teach employees who cling to screens | Folt named first female president of USC
March 21, 2019
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Respect is the foundation for team culture
Start developing an effective team culture by establishing rules for positive, respectful behavior, writes S. Chris Edmonds, CEO of the Purposeful Culture Group. "A team's list of ground rules -- they only need four to five total in the list -- must be in the form of 'I' statements," Edmonds writes.
HR People + Strategy Blog (3/19) 
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How to teach employees who cling to screens
Train employees who are accustomed to the digital world by including business simulations and games, setting aside time for group-based learning and rewarding those who interact with others, writes William Hall, president of Simulation Studios. "All employee development activities should demonstrate an impact on business outcomes," he writes.
Chief Learning Officer online (3/13) 
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Leadership & Diversity in Action
Folt named first female president of USC
The University of Southern California has appointed Carol Folt, former chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as its first female president. USC Race and Equity Center's Shaun Harper said, "I look forward to working with President Folt on efforts to advance USC in a multitude of ways, most especially on substantive matters pertaining to equity, diversity, and inclusion."
Diverse: Issues In Higher Education (3/20) 
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Can personal learning clouds improve leadership training?
Many senior leaders are dissatisfied with talent-development efforts because of a gap in motivations between organizations and individuals; a gap between the skills required by firms and the skills taught by programs; and that what is learned is rarely applied, write Mihnea Moldoveanu and Das Narayandas. However, there are opportunities for improvement within the so-called personal learning cloud, made up of a growing assortment of online courses, learning tools, and social and interactive platforms, they write.
Harvard Business Review (tiered subscription model) (3/2019) 
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Trends & Technology
A look at sexual harassment in the workplace
A look at sexual harassment in the workplace
More than 50% of workers know a woman who has been sexually harassed on the job, according to a survey by HR consultancy Randstad. The survey also finds that 46% of men are unsure which compliments are acceptable to give co-workers and that the same percentage of men feel negatively about feminism and the #MeToo movement.
CNBC (3/13) 
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Schools, colleges use VR for global recruitment
US colleges, universities and schools are using virtual-reality experiences to recruit students from other countries. Kevin Merges, executive director of Global Education Programs at Rutgers Preparatory School in Somerset, N.J., says VR can improve students' connection to a school by 40% to 70%.
Education Week (tiered subscription model)/Market Brief (3/18) 
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HERC webinars -- A valuable (and free) member benefit
Take advantage of the free HERC member webinars featuring thought-leadership and best practices in faculty and staff recruitment and retention. Many of these are offered with HRCI continuing education credits. Check out the webinar calendar today, sign up for those that interest you, and consider inviting your staff and colleagues to participate, too.
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HERC members receive discounts with top higher ed vendors
Have you checked out the list of HERC's partnerships? It is loaded with member-only discounts, partner insights and profiles, and recruitment resources. As a testimony of how significant the discounts are, some HERC members have reported saving more in discounts than the cost of annual membership.
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If there's anything you've wanted to do for yourself, just get out and go for it.
Arlene Pieper,
first woman to finish a US marathon (Pikes Peak Marathon, 1959)

March is Women's History Month

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