More than a few critical things happened in 2022, and i4cp’s research team—in coordination with our amazing member community—produced a variety of outstanding resources to help guide you and your team through it all. In our final newsletter of 2022, we highlight 22 popular i4cp resources from the past year.
On behalf of everyone here at i4cp, best wishes for a productive 2023!
Stay connected with us next year!
RSVP for 2023’s Next Practices Weekly meeting series. Our highly popular virtual series returns in 2023 with all the great elements that the thousands of human capital practitioners who attended this year found valuable.
We updated our Talent Ecosystem Integrated Model this year to reflect increased concerns about retaining and attracting new talent. What sources of talent are you overlooking?
WM (Waste Management) gave us deep insight into how the company represents the diverse customers and communities that they serve, from frontline employees to executive leadership.
Many organizations continue to struggle with the “hybrid experiment,” but not all. Hear from the CHRO of F5 how the 7,000-employee tech company is doing hybrid right.
Our community served as a great source of inspirations for these IDP templates—download them and make them your own. Members only.
Want to see the metaverse in action? i4cp member Accenture took us into their VR experience for new employees. (You’ll get an update at the i4cp 2023 Conference.)
While money is important, so is culture. Hear recommendations about focusing on culture t help you better attract and retain top talent. Members only.
We’ve done significant work assessing the capabilities of HRBPs—use this helpful guide to better structure your HRBP team. Members only.
Only 32% of organizations are prioritizing support for workers’ financial health, even though only 12% rated their employees as being financially sound.
What is HR’s role in ESG? Our research on the topic explores how high-performance organizations apply specific practices to drive better results in ESG initiatives. Members only.
We worked with i4cp’s Chief Diversity Officer Board to develop this DE&I Maturity Model—where does your organization stand? Members only.
Return-to-office mandates and budget cutbacks pose serious threats to organizational goals to improve diversity. Here are 10 ways to mitigate those threats.
See four recommendations from i4cp CEO Kevin Oakes, author of Culture Renovation®, on how to find and eliminate toxicity within your organization.
This popular white paper outlines the 5 most overlooked sources of employee sentiment, 4 critical elements of an effective listening strategy, and 3 ideas for integrating those elements.
Use this handy infographic as a manager guide (or leadership behaviors benchmark) that outlines the traits of employees with growth mindsets. Members only.
This Culture Renovation® article highlights 7 traits of a learning culture and three key steps to build one if you aren’t there yet.
75% of companies are restructuring their HR functions—but does it really matter? Read the research to find out.
Leading organizations are rethinking what a successful HR department looks like—here’s what the research says. Members only.
This incredibly popular tool provides an outline to minimize proximity bias—a real challenge any organization with a hybrid workforce must overcome. Members only.
This i4cp/Fortune collaboration looked at ways to navigate the Great Resignation. While the labor market has shifted—sort of—talent retention will be a continued priority for organizations in 2022.
Our most popular research study of 2022 is about—unsurprisingly—hybrid work! Get strategies, recommendations, and case examples to help you execute better in the year ahead.
Having the ability to move talent quickly (and avoid talent hoarding) is important to any agile organization—here’s how to strengthen your capabilities. Members only.
Nearly 50% of companies are building or considering building an employee skills database—this highly popular guidebook provides a step-by-step approach to doing it right. Members only