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Executive Network


Members of the SHRM Executive Network enjoy access to a variety of strategic resources. Below, you’ll find expert analysis of data from SHRM Research, commentary on current trends, and insights from recent EN events.

SHRM Executive Network Articles

Focus on transparency and training to help ease AI anxiety among your employees—and the executive team.

In the latest People + Strategy podcast, the chief people officer at Dick’s Sporting Goods explained how the company used employee feedback to completely flip the way it trained managers and staff to deal with customer conflicts.

A senior lecturer at the Harvard Business School offers advice for tackling sensitive topics, including politics, health and money.

Even the most well-intentioned leaders sometimes make bad decisions, often the result of a personality trait they can’t see.

To transform their culture, organizations need to help their women leaders cultivate self-awareness and engage in civil dialogues that foster a collaborative attitude.

Before you hire people for leadership positions, it’s crucial to gauge their ability to be civil and resolve disputes. Here are the best questions for those interviews.

A Q&A with Nigel Morris, managing partner at QED Investors and a co-founder of Capital One, on the leadership values that have guided his career.

We rarely carve out time to practice new habits that can amplify our success. Here are some tactics to make sustainable changes.

The communications landscape in the workplace has expanded dramatically in recent years, and along with it the rate of workplace miscommunications.

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