Here’s our weekly roundup series to help you stay connected to the often overwhelming landscape of employee experience and engagement thought leadership.
What We’re Reading This Week:
The Future of Work: As Artificial Intelligence and Automation Reshape the Employee Experience, What Role Will HR Play? — Welcome to the new world of automation and artificial intelligence. In case you didn’t realize, you’ve arrived. We look at technological advancements with a mix of fear and anticipation. AI is going to disrupt industries, but HR can be on the front line of the revolution. Read this article for an insightful look at how AI is transforming the way we view the employee experience.
Co-Creating the Employee Experience — in the March/April issue of Harvard Business Review, IBM CHRO Diane Gherson explains in a Q&A how IBM is “co-creating the employee experience” with its employees, with the understanding that positive rates of employee engagement translate directly to the company’s bottom line.
How to Prioritize Right in 10 Minutes and Work 10X Faster — Software engineer turned CEO, Leon Ho, has built his company (Lifehack) from the ground up by offering people and employees better ways of doing things. Read this article to learn a creative method for boosting your productivity.
3 Behavioral Science Principles That Drive Recognition Results [Infographic] — Behavioral science is a hot topic these days, but it’s always been with us. Check out our new infographic for 3 examples of how the science behind recognition has paid off for our clients.
4th Annual Employee Engagement Awards (EE Awards) Are Just Around the Corner — Maritz Motivation Solutions proudly sponsors this June 7th conference, which will inspire and educate people to remake the way organizations think about and engage people to achieve their purpose. You can purchase tickets now using coupon code “MARITZ” for 50% off. There will be a panel session entitled, “PeopleScience Table Talk: Want to Spark More Innovation? Give Employees the Gift of Time.” The panel will include Jeff Kreisler (editor, PeopleScience), Darren Levine, (manager, Innovation and Research Unit, Commissioner’s Office, Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada), Ashley Whillans, Ph.D. (assistant professor of business administration, Harvard Business School) and Charlotte Blank (chief behavioral officer, Maritz). The Employee Engagement Awards provides an independent platform to recognize excellence in engagement that inspires action and drives the industry and the employee experience forward.