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Welcome to issue #8 of The Digital HR Leader...

Sometimes you can push yourself a little too far. That was my predicament as the virus I developed over the Easter weekend finally got the better of me and meant that I had to miss the second day of the PAFOW conference in London last week. Fortunately, delegates were left in the more than capable hands of Al Adamsen and from what I’ve heard since the event went down a storm. I’m glad to say that I am now almost restored to full health and would like to thank the many people who took the time to send me get well messages.
 
What’s in store for May: Vegas, Copenhagen and something brand spanking new!
This week I’d like to share three exciting things happening in May. Firstly, I’ll be heading over to Las Vegas for the 
third UNLEASH America show where I’ll be speaking and moderating the Smart Data track on 14-15 May. The week after on the 21 May I’ll be delivering the opening keynote at HRtechX in Copenhagen, which promises to be the largest show on HR tech in the Nordics in 2019. Please click here and use my code DG25 for a 25% discount on HRtechX tickets.
 
Finally, the 14th May will also see the launch of
 my brand spanking new podcast – Digital HR Leaderswhere I’ll be speaking to a range of senior HR leaders who are leading the charge for a data-driven and digital HR agenda. Regarding the Podcast, I’d be grateful if i) you could read my article previewing the show, ii) watch the video trailer, iii) subscribe to the podcast, iv) in the comments section of the article let me know who’d you like me to interview on the show, and v) please share the article with your friends, colleagues and network.
 
There are some terrific articles this week…
This week sees a particularly strong quintet of articles. From the myHRfuture stable itself, Ian Bailie provides a great analysis on how artificial intelligence is disrupting HR before Jonathan Ferrar outlines seven questions people analytics leaders should be asking themselves to ensure they’re on the right path to success – 
you can also take this survey too. The three third party articles are all thoroughbreds too. First, Adam Grant explains how our strengths can sometimes become our greatest weaknesses. Then Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic outlines three factors that make some leaders more committed to diversity than others. Finally, Josh Bersin provides his latest analysis describing the evolution of employee engagement – from feedback to action.

TAKE THE PEOPLE ANALYTICS SURVEY
Thank You

Thanks to the nearly 300 people who have already shared my article announcing the Digital HR Leaders Podcast. That is absolutely amazing. Obviously, there are far too many people to list here, but special thanks to: 
Hung Lee, Kristin Altorfer, Jeff Wellstead, Carole Zibi, Anthony Lentini, Eva Thelen, Ward Christman, Kelly McCormack-Gonzalez, Ayaz Mahmood and Inès Hamici. Your support is much appreciated.

Until next time.. 

David
New content from myHRfuture!
In this article Jonathan Ferrar outlines a common challenge that is frequently experienced by People Analytics leaders - Identifying value in People Analytics Projects. Leveraging the Nine Dimensions in People Analytics Model to support many clients navigate this challenge has led Jonathan to identify seven questions that People Analytics leaders should be asking themselves to ensure they’re on the right path to success. He also provides access to short survey that will help you identify your current level of excellence in People Analytics. 

Read more | 6 min read
In the myHRfuture online training course, An Introduction to AI in HR and the Future of Work, Ian Bailie discusses how Artificial Intelligence is disrupting HR. In this blog post, he talks through the four areas of recruitment where AI is having the most impact, and how this is changing the way that organisations will recruit candidates in the future.






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I am super excited to announce our new podcast Digital HR Leaders that will be airing from May 2019. I will be sitting down to speak to a range of Senior HR Leaders at the cutting edge of the digital transformation that are pushing a data-driven and digital HR agenda. Each of them sharing their unique journey. Subscribe today to ensure you don't miss out!

Watch more | 3 min watch
Content we're loving, this week...
“Success doesn’t come from playing to your strengths. It comes from playing your strengths in the right situations.” While the notion of playing to our strengths has gained some real momentum, what is often overlooked is when should people do what they do best?. In this fascinating read Adam Grant highlights the risks we run when we focus solely on our strengths.
 
As companies continue to show a growing commitment to building diverse workforces, the question arises as to why certain leaders are likely to be more effective at leveraging diversity, than others. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic summaries three factors that should be taken into account (i) Personality (ii) Culture (iii) Competence.

Read more | 6 min read
An increase in the number of employee engagement and feedback tools on the market has provided employees with the ability to express their opinions and managers the ability to understand how they can improve the way they manage their people. In this article Josh Bersin explores the evolution of employee engagement, outlining the importance of a feedback architecture to ensure we move beyond just feedback to actually taking action.

Read more | 6 min read

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