At Gloat, we’re led by so many creative and successful women. Today we were fortunate enough to sit down with Cynthia Beldner, our Senior Director of Global Operational Growth.
On Thursday, April 15th, Ben Reuveni, Gloat’s CEO, met up with Patricia Frost, Seagate Technology’s CHRO, to talk about HR’s role in innovation, cultural transformation, hybrid work models and talent management, in a Gloat-hosted event. The high-profile meeting provided participants with exclusive insights into the reasoning and processes of enterprise-level HR, as well as thoughts on the future of talent management and skill development.
Even if you’ve already invested in a robust DEI program that’s influencing everything from hiring to product development to sales, your managers and employees may not be feeling its impact. There’s a simple reason for this – and a simple solution.
This year, we are honored to celebrate Women’s History Month with a series of interviews from the many voices at Gloat. Today we sat down for a quick chat with Gloat’s Product Training Specialist, Miriam Wallack.
This year, we are honored to celebrate Women’s History Month with a series of interviews from the many voices at Gloat.
We’re led by so many creative and successful women, and today we were fortunate enough to sit down with Donna Geva, our VP of Customer Success.
We caught up with Divkiran Kathuria, Seagate’s director of Talent Mobility and Talent Technology, to talk about the way the Talent Marketplace is helping shape modern D&I efforts, and to see what we can learn about current trends and future visions for D&I and the HR world in general.
diversity, equity and inclusion are an important part of every business function – but to do DEI right, having a diverse and inclusive workforce isn’t enough, nor is it enough to tackle and routinely address biases towards under-represented groups.
In the tumultuous world we live in, an organization’s ability to quickly react to unforeseen change is of the utmost importance. But unforeseen change is a fickle thing; by definition, it’s unpredictable – so while saying that companies should plan for the unplannable is true, it’s easier said than done.
AI can be scary, especially when it comes to decision making that concerns actual people.
But when done right, it can be the most useful instrument in the D&I toolbox.
Why does belonging matter so much, and what can companies do to ensure their diverse workforce isn’t just diverse, but inclusive and included as well?
Despite the lack of fanfare, the new regulations carry huge ramifications for investors, publicly traded companies and HR leaders alike.
We sat down for a talk with HR expert David Green, Managing Partner at Insight222, to discuss these new developments, and get his take on what the future holds.
HR leaders are now in the spotlight – but that’s not a bad thing. What opportunities do the new disclosures open up, and what should you do about it?
For the first time ever, new SEC regulations are talking about Human Capital. This means that CHROs’ reports are now on par with other investment-grade reporting by the likes of CFOs, COOs and even CEOs. What led to this change, and what does it mean for you?
Gloat’s senior Change and Enablement consultant shares her insights on the change management process – and why you’re ready for change, even if you don’t think you are!
There are a lot of factors that go into the design process; practicality, UX and compatibility are some of them, but Change Enablement often gets left out of the equation. Here’s why – and how – this should change.