Bridge the Gap between CFO & CHRO: 4 Ways Leaders Budget to Survive COVID-19

Published on Jun 3, 2020

A TIME TO SURVIVE? NO! 

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Topics: Positive work culture, mindful leader, mindfulness and leadership, creating mindful leaders, hr chatbots, hr as a strategic partner, hr strategic partners, hr strategic business partner, employee engagement strategy, employee engagement plan, employee first culture, employee experience, wage gap, mental health, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home, saas, tool for remote work, corona virus, covid-19, communication, recession, making a difference, Featured

[Virtual Group Discussion #6] Leverage Millennial Mentality to Stabilize Uncertainty + 3 Takeaways

Published on May 19, 2020

Our key takeaway from recent virtual group discussions was adopting a millennial mindset by being willing to change old systems and reinvent processes. How else can businesses stay agile during this unpredented period? Read till the end to find out how you can be a leader who thinks on their feet and embraces change.

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[Virtual Group Discussion #4] Make HR the Workforce Enthusiasts in COVID-19 + 3 Takeaways

Published on May 14, 2020

The key takeaway from the recent editions of inFeedo's virtual group discussion was how HR KPIs and KRAs are being completely restructured to fit the needs and expectations of remote work, the workforce, and organization. Read till the end to find out how HR becomes the new workforce enthusiast.

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[Virtual Group Discussion #3] Align HR and Organizational KPIs for Success + 3 Takeaways

Published on Apr 30, 2020

Our key takeaway from this week's virtual group discussions was that HR KPIs now have to aligned with moving key business levers. Read through to the end to find out how you can restructure your KPIs to sync with organizational goals. 

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Topics: employee innovation, employee engagement innovation, successful employee innovation programs, employee led innovation, hr as a strategic partner, hr strategic partners, hr strategic business partner, employee experience, mental health, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home, saas, tool for remote work, corona virus, covid-19, communication, cyber security, security, making a difference

[Virtual Group Discussion #2] Build your COVID-19 Playbook Today + 4 Takeaways

Published on Apr 28, 2020

Our key takeaway from recent virtual group discussions was that building a COVID-19 playbook or Single Source of Truth for all matters related to the pandemic is the best way to keep your team aligned and focused on shared goals. Keeping everything in one place cuts down on confusion and provides a beacon of stability in a time of chaos. Read till the end to find out how you can build a kick ass playbook.

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Topics: successful employee innovation programs, employee led innovation, hr as a strategic partner, hr strategic partners, hr strategic business partner, employee engagement strategy, employee engagement strategy plan, employee experience, mental health, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home, saas, tool for remote work, corona virus, covid-19, communication, compliance, recession, making a difference, toolkit

[Virtual Group Discussion #1] Trust your Employees for the Best Results + 4 Takeaways

Published on Apr 22, 2020

Our key takeaway from recent virtual group discussions was trusting your employees and monitoring outcomes rather than inputs is the best way to boost business during and following the pandemic. A disconnect between management and employees will cause a business to fail. Read on to the end to find out how you can be a leader who fosters a community of trust and gets the best out of your team.

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Topics: work-life balance, hr chatbots, chatbots in hr, best hr chatbots, hr chatbot companies, employee innovation, employee engagement innovation, employee led innovation, hr as a strategic partner, hr strategic partners, hr strategic business partner, employee engagement strategy, employee engagement plan, successful employee engagement programs, employee engagement strategy plan, employee first culture, employee experience, mental health, coping with coronavirus, work from home, saas, corona virus, covid-19, communication, compliance, recession, making a difference

2008 vs 2020: 7 Lessons in COVID-19 from Jason Lemkin’s SaaStr Webinar

Published on Mar 30, 2020

“Worst since 2008.”

That’s a phrase that keeps popping up as the global economy witnessed a massive downturn due to the spread of COVID-19. With stock markets in freefall, supply chains broken, travel bans enforced, and millions in self-quarantine, it’s clear that most businesses will be negatively affected by the crisis. But just like the 2008 crisis, this too shall pass and businesses must prepare accordingly. 

So how did businesses cope last time? What are the lessons that can be learned from the past?

Jason Lemkin, CEO/Co-founder of Saastr and Nick Mehta, CEO of Gainsight answer these very same questions in their recent webinar.

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Topics: mindful leader, employee first culture, employee experience, moments that matter, mental health, saas, corona virus, covid-19, communication, recession, making a difference, Featured

Daily Rundown on Coronavirus (24 - 26 March 2020) from our COVID-19 team

Published on Mar 25, 2020

24 March 2020. 

"All great changes are preceded by chaos," someone wisely said and posted this on the Internet

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Topics: employee engagement, employee experience, coping with coronavirus, work from home, corona virus, covid-19, communication

4 Ways to be a Model Leader in this Covid-19 Crisis

Published on Mar 24, 2020

I remember being so nervous for my first day of kindergarten at a small private school in Lower Manhattan my parents had selected. I was leaving the familiar confines of my preschool and the friends I had made for a whole new school. To me, it was the biggest crisis I had faced for most of my life. I remember waiting for the first day: September 11th, 2001.

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Topics: leadership, building a positive workplace culture, mindful leader, employee first culture, employee experience, mental health, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home, covid-19, communication

Cyber Security in the Time of COVID-19

Published on Mar 24, 2020

We are through our 1st successful week of Work From Home. By now all know our Health-related protocols and preventive measures. It's time to take precautions to make sure our systems don't get infected too. The overwhelming amount of news coverage surrounding the novel coronavirus has created a new danger — phishing attacks looking to exploit public fears about the sometimes-deadly virus.

 

How does this work?

Cybercriminals send emails claiming to be from legitimate organizations with information about the coronavirus.

The email messages might ask you to open an attachment to see the latest statistics. If you click on the attachment or embedded link, you’re likely to download malicious software onto your device.

The malicious software — malware, for short — could allow cybercriminals to take control of your computer, log your keystrokes, or access your personal information and financial data, which could lead to identity theft.

Here’s some information that can help.

 

How can you spot a Coronavirus phishing email?

Coronavirus-themed phishing emails can take different forms, including these:

#1 Govt alerts

Cybercriminals have sent phishing emails designed to look like they’re from the Ministry. The email might falsely claim to link to a list of coronavirus cases in your area. “You are immediately advised to go through the cases above for safety hazards,” the text of one phishing email reads.

What do the emails look like? Here’s an example:

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Topics: employee engagement, employee first culture, coping with coronavirus, employee data, privacy, remote work, work from home, saas, tool for remote work, corona virus, covid-19, communication, cyber security, security, compliance

Daily Rundown on Coronavirus (16 to 22 March 2020) from Our COVID-19 Team

Published on Mar 23, 2020

As businesses around the world reel, information and disinformation spreads widely, and circumstances change in a course of hours creating a reliable, steady voice within your own company is crucial. Most every company worldwide has already gone remote, and while HRBPs and CXOs would normally be able to be the stabilizing force in person that’s obviously not possible. So what’s the answer to the conundrum of how to keep people safe, calm, and productive during this period? It’s simple: an in-house COVID-19 team.

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Topics: employee experience, moments that matter, coping with coronavirus, remote work, work from home, corona virus, covid-19, communication

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