Karen Hinds will be speaking at the 2018 Tri-State SHRM Regional Conference. She will present "How to Cultivate Empowered Decision Makers in Your Organization" on Tuesday May 1st at 3:30 PM.
Oftentimes companies equate an individual contributor's excellent performance as a sign that they are ready for leadership — and nothing can be further from the truth.
Karen Hinds shared 8 keys to keep in mind as you manage a multigenerational workforce with HartfordBusiness.com. As a manager, do not get swept up in generational stereotypes. Strive to find the common ground and capitalize on the individual skill sets each individual brings to the table.
Karen Hinds will speak at the first 'Women in Leadership' congress, along with many other inspiring speakers and presentations about example leaders, offering concrete tools to take your career to leadership level. The congress is for women at all stages of their careers.
Over the last year, discussions on race, ethnicity, #METOO, LGBTQ, religion, gender equity and the like have been catapulted to prominence. Regardless of what you believe personally, corporate leaders are paying closer attention to diversity and inclusion and how it plays out in the workplace and in their bottom line.
The current atmosphere in our country has heightened our awareness for challenges around diversity and inclusion and the #MeToo movement. Join Karen Hinds for "Creating a Safe Inclusive Workplace" as we discuss ways you can contribute to creating a safe environment where everyone is respected and treated fairly.
The cost of poor leadership can impact an entire organization. Karen Hinds shares tips for how an organization should nurture leaders and prepare them for success.
You know that you have to fire someone on your team. Karen Hinds offers simple tips to make a difficult situation easier to stomach.
"Imposter Syndrome" can affect any leader. Karen Hinds shares tips for dealing with the problem so that you can move forward with your career.
How are you going to deal with the new responsibility of supervising your friends and former peers? Karen Hinds offers some tips on how to make that transition to walking the fine line between friend and supervisor.