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Herman Trend Alert: The Power Of Career Pathing

For decades now, wise Human Resource leaders have understood the value of career pathing.

Adaptability: The Must-Have Skillset For Normal 2.0

Today’s challenges of exponential growth and unprecedented disruption demand a new approach.

The Herman Trend Alert: Doing Recognition Right In Normal 2.0

The results of this report may change the way you think about bonuses and recognition.

Herman Trend Alert: Empathy Critical In Normal 2.0

For leaders, having empathy and compassion will have a positive effect on their bottom-line profit.

Herman Trend Alert: Leadership In Normal 2.0

When it comes to strategic planning, having a mission has clearly taken a backseat to having a purpose.

Herman Trend Alert: Normal 2.0 – Part 2 – Safety First

Companies need to quickly regain productivity and competitiveness – without compromising health and safety.

Herman Trend Alert: Normal 2.0, Part 1

Masks and physical distancing, testing and contact tracing will become the norm.

The Herman Trend Alert: The Value Of Wearing A Mask

In study after study, wearing masks reduces individual and community rates of disease. Here’s why.

The Herman Trend Alert: Leading in the Time of COVID

This Alert details what you must do – if you are not already doing it.

The Herman Trend Alert: Getting Back to Business

What it will actually take to get us out of our homes and back to congregate workspaces following the COVID-19 crisis.

The Herman Trend Alert: The Power Of Solar

Enhanced farms could be the answer to a greener, more sustainable future. Farmers have been harvesting the power of Earth’s sun for 8,000 years.

The Herman Trend Alert: Making Fair Trade Fair

According to the Fair Trade World Project (FWP), the fair-trade movement “shares a vision of a world in which justice and sustainable development are at the heart of trade structures and practices, both at home and abroad, so that everyone through their work can maintain a decent and dignified livelihood.”