Managers refer to the best strategies to be inculcated in the organization, then they plan and implement a lot of strategies, and they measure the results and improve upon their actions to have successes year after year. What most of the managers forget is how to develop a part of the persona which can be called an efficient manager and which gives your employees the best experience they could have asked for. It’s not as hard as it may sound and doesn’t need to take a lot of time.
It’s not like you aren’t an efficient manager. You have a professional certification in human resources development. You better be. What is talked about here is the zeal to make your organization the best place to work at. You may start by following these leaders on social media platforms and retweeting or tweeting or posting their thoughts, plans, and words on human resources development on your profile to gain traction, traffic, and love for your employees. Don’t put any limitations on yourself. You have to follow the thoughts that you post too.
This list is also for those HR professionals seeking to complete a professional certification in some time. It will give you an inkling of what to expect. Not digressing much and not relenting further, here’s the list of people you need to follow ASAP:
·Steve Boese: Steve is a famous personality in the human resources world. He stands as a leader in multiple channels like videos, podcasts, audios, social media, articles, and radio shows. A wide spectrum of topics is covered by him in different channels. He creates a huge deal of content and curate it for Fistful of Talent and is a co-host for HR Happy Hour Show and Podcast. He is a columnist for the magazine called HR Executive Magazine.
·Meghan M. Biro: Meghan loves exploring the human side that exists in business. She is a proud CEO of Talent Culture- an online community. She puts a lot of emphases on a feature called #worktrends for leadership, culture change, and other top HR practices around the world. Her other roles include being a podcaster and brand analyst.
·Brigette McInnis-Day: Brigette, presently, is the Executive Vice President (EVP) of the human resources department at SAP. She makes a great use of her social media profiles to give you detailed insights regarding the future of work, culture change, workplace diversity, and digital transformation. She finds her accomplishment in helping people find their potential.
·Laszlo Bock: Bock got his professional certification from Yale School of Management. He is the ex-Senior Vice President (SVP) of People Operations at Google. Can you think of any better person to follow as your role model? He has published- ‘Work Rules’ which covers insights regarding what all happened at the company and how it can help people lead effectively. He describes himself as somebody who is passionate about making work better for every individual no matter where they are.