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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

ITMs grew in popularity as an efficient means of talent mobility during the pandemic’s labor upheaval. How can CHROs continue to maximize the platforms’ value after the initial shine wears off?

Five lessons for your work and personal life from the new book Supercommunicators, by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles Duhigg.

The Supreme Court of the United States delivered a pivotal ruling in the case of Starbucks vs. McKinney, resolving a circuit split and providing much-needed consistency and clarity for businesses, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and lower courts across the country. This decision marks a significant positive development for all parties involved.

The legal industry's shift to hybrid work has revealed widespread discontent, misaligned expectations, and communication gaps. Addressing these challenges with effective strategies can create a harmonious, empathetic, and equitable work environment.

Discover how AI is reshaping talent strategy. Learn about the essential AI skills needed, conducting AI-centric talent audits, and tips for training employees on AI tools.

Learn how setting clear goals, encouraging open communication, learning from mistakes, creating a positive work environment, and providing robust support can create a resilient organizational culture.

Ask these five questions to determine if your organization is following the leadership principles modeled in the hit TV show, "Ted Lasso." The star of the show, Jason Sudeikis, is featured on the main stage at the SHRM Annual Conference & Expo 2024.

Recent research from SHRM has unveiled a sobering reality: Incivility is not just a societal issue; it’s a pervasive force within our workplaces, exacting a toll on productivity, morale, and organizational health.

After the FTC's new rule banning most noncompete agreements, here are four key tasks to protect your organization's intellectual property.

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