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with Diane Hamilton and Nilesh Patel

September 2012

Did Wisconsin just recognize public sector collective bargaining as a fundamental right?

09/26/12

Did Wisconsin just recognize public sector collective bargaining as a fundamental right?

2011 Wisconsin Act 10 – the now famous and controversial law that essentially gutted collective bargaining rights for public employees – has been ruled unconstitutional. The decision appears to be the first by a Wisconsin court to recognize collective bargaining as a constitutionally protected fundamental right. It is not so broad. However, the decision is still a tremendous step for organized labor, assuming the decision is not reversed on appeal.

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Preventing gun violence in the workplace

09/26/12

Preventing gun violence in the workplace

This is an article I am not very keen on writing. However, it is an issue that is becoming increasingly important to plan for in the workplace: guns and gun violence. My goal is not to get into a debate about gun control. Rather, it is to discuss how businesses should plan and develop an appropriate violence-prevention plan.

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Two gaps are better than one in 360-degree feedback

09/12/12

Two gaps are better than one in 360-degree feedback

Amidst the array of slick 360-degree feedback technology features, the survey output is often an afterthought. Ultimately, of course, if the output doesn’t readily transfer to development actions, we’ve significantly underutilized the potential of the 360-degree assessment. We believe that dual-scale surveys are essential to understanding the feedback and creating specific and targeted development plans.

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Return on investment for executive coaching

09/05/12

Return on investment for executive coaching

You’ve thought about it, reviewed your options, and decided now is the time to employ the strategies to take your leadership to the next level. You know that an executive coach can help. You know that a qualified coach can help you focus and prioritize your development goals and hold you accountable for success. The coach will push you in a number of ways – to leverage your strengths and shore up development spots.

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About This Blog

 Diane Hamilton, PCC, SPHR, is the owner and founder of Calibra, a coaching and consulting firm focused on maximizing leadership potential. Nilesh Patel is the principal attorney of the Mahadev Law Group, LLC, which focuses on human resources and employment law issues for organizations. He can be reached at npp@mahalawgroup.com. Both bloggers are members of Wisconsin SHRM, which is dedicated to being the state leader in HR management and the premier source for HR expertise and resources. More information can be found at www.wishrm.org. You can follow the WI SHRM blog at http://wishrm.wordpress.com.

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