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Posts tagged ‘Annual Conference 2017’

Using Academic Research to Increase Workforce Diversity

by Jill Thompson

Increasing workforce diversity at your institution might be at the top of your HR wishlist, but simply wishing for it won’t yield results. However, you do have a powerful resource right at your fingertips – your campus library database.

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A 4-Step Model for Leadership Success

by Missy Kline

What does it take to be successful as a leader? By following a simple four-step process, you can greatly increase your leadership capability and earn the trust and respect of those on your team as well as others on campus.

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What Can HR Do to Support the Changing Faculty in Higher Ed?

by Missy Kline

In her session “HR and Support of the Changing Faculty” at CUPA-HR’s annual conference in San Diego, Adrianna Kezar, director of the Delphi Project on the Changing Faculty and Student Success at University of Southern California, shared some of the challenges non-tenure-track faculty face and how human resources can help shepherd new policies and practices to better support them.

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Data Talks: Using HR Metrics and Visualizations to Persuade and Inform

by Missy Kline

Did you know that 90 percent of information transmitted to the brain is visual? That visuals are processed 60,000 times faster than text? That the brain can get the sense of a visual in less than 1/10 of a second? That visuals and emotions are stored in the same part of the brain? For these reasons and more, visuals are much more effective than text at persuading, informing and catching the eye of those you’re trying to reach.

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