Working better together with open architecture
Employee experience and talent management are in the midst of digital transformation. In today's fast-paced workforce, it's essential to find ways to optimize core HR functions like recruiting, onboarding, learning, development, performance and career growth. Open architecture is an innovative technology that can help tackle these laborious tasks, deadlines and goals. In this article, we'll explore what open architecture is, how it differs from closed architecture and the key features that benefit organizations.
5 Ways To Develop Employees’ Communication Skills
From the first time you took the wheel to the long hours spent picking up a new language or software program, we've all honed our hard skills through a lifetime of learning and experience.
How to lead through uncertainty
Today’s HR leaders must respond to unprecedented waves of change that are reshaping every aspect of the employee experience. Organizations and leaders themselves need to develop new strengths to address the challenges and opportunities which tumultuous market shifts bring.
Thriving through change: Talent management strategies for HR leaders
In light of an economic downturn, layoffs and changing employee expectations, HR professionals must be ready for what lies ahead. Recently, Brianna Foulds, the vice president of talent at Cornerstone, sat down with Ave Rio, managing editor of Talent Management, for an episode of her podcast Talent10X. In their episode, “Gazing into the Crystal Ball: Top Upcoming Talent Trends,” Foulds and Rio share valuable insights on how organizations can keep their workforces thriving in 2023 and beyond.
HR Labs, DEIB Edition: Lilly Ledbetter Discusses Pay Equity
We’re thrilled to announce the third season of HR Labs, a podcast that explores how to create a better employee experience for all of your people. This season is hosted by Cornerstone’s Chief Learning Officer and VP of Organizational Effectiveness Jeff Miller and Chief Diversity Officer Duane La Bom. Through conversations with change-makers, activists, executives and experts, they’ll explore strategies for taking diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging (DEIB) initiatives from intention to action. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you listen.
How to help employees embrace your learning solutions
Organisations invest a great deal of time and resources into their learning and development (L&D) programs — and for good reason.
Celebrating women's equality, today and everyday
Let’s fully embrace equity this International Women's Day (IWD) and beyond! Equity is not just a "nice-to-have." It's a must-have for every society. While equal opportunities are a step in the right direction, we must understand that equity and equality are not the same. That's why the IWD 2023 campaign theme is all about embracing equity and taking action to create a truly inclusive world.
Kick-start your skills strategy with a performance process
As organizations navigate this ever-evolving, uncharted world of work, one thing is certain. Skills development is a vital tool to traverse our complex and uncertain future. Now, because work requires talent leaders to simultaneously boost revenue, energize employee engagement and reduce turnover, the best way they can accomplish those goals is by prioritizing career development. And talent mobility is a best-for-everyone solution for thriving in our changing work landscape.
Preventing employee burnout during high turnover
Many teams are leaner than usual in the aftermath of the Great Resignation. While some companies struggle to fill vacancies, others are holding off on hiring out of concern about a potential recession.
Honoring Black excellence in the workplace and beyond
The month of February is Black History Month — an annual celebration to recognize the history of African-American achievements in the USA. During this month’s observance, we commemorate Black excellence and pivotal African-American figures like Arthur Ashe, Sojourner Truth, Phillis Wheatley and Victor Glover.
What it means to lead in our industry
When you ask people at Cornerstone why they love working here, you inevitably hear three key themes emerge. Our people. Our industry. Our customers.