THREE – The Human Resources Emerging Executive by Ian Ziskin is the definitive guidebook for thriving in the ever-changing role of HR leadership. It is written for high potential HR emerging executives who want to accelerate their effectiveness and business impact, and for the bosses, peers, colleagues, friends, coaches, mentors, and teachers who want to assist them in doing so.
WillBe: A Book for High Potentials Who Have What It Takes
In WillBe: 13 Reasons WillBe’s are Luckier than WannaBe’s, author Ian Ziskin draws on his nearly 30 years of experience working with and developing thousands of aspiring leaders to offer a fast-paced and often amusing perspective on leadership behaviors that lead to success. Ziskin has filled WillBe with insight, lessons learned, and anecdotes covering everyday organizational life and situations.
Black Holes and White Spaces: Reimagining the Future of Work and HR with the CHREATE Project
In this eBook you’ll find 26 essays from a wide range of CHREATE Project volunteers, people who have contributed their expertise, time, and passion to raising the bar – not only for the CHREATE Project but for the entire HR profession. The essays not only describe the frameworks and tools to disruptively accelerate HR’s progress, they often provide links to prototypes, guides and tools, residing at CHREATE.net.
Articles and Chapters
Lacey, Albert A. Vicere, and Ian co-authored, “Chapter 11: Leadership Development: The shift from ‘ready now’ to ‘ready able'” in The SAGE Handbook of Human Resource Management (June 2019). »Get the full publication
Ian and Lacey co-authored the article, “A Cross-Functional, Cross-Organizational Model for Leadership Development” in the Employment Relations Today journal (Winter 2016). »Read the Full Article
Ian has authored the chapter “The Ten Inflection Points of Coaching: Navigating the Successful Leadership Coaching Journey” in the forthcoming book, HR Directions (2015, from HR C-Suite), which focuses on what HR professionals should know right now about leadership, engagement, technology, and growing their own world-class HR careers. »Read the Excerpt
In his article “Get On Board” from People + Strategy Journal (Spring 2015), Ian explores the evolving role of HR leaders in the boardroom. »Read Get On Board
Ian’s article “HR as Orchestra Conductor” is among contributions from 73 leading HR practitioners collected in a new book, The Rise of HR – Wisdom from 73 Thought Leaders, edited by Dave Ulrich, William Schiemann, Libby Sartain, and underwritten by HR Certification Institute. (2015). »Learn More
Lacey co-authored the working paper “Making the Business Case for Employee Resource Groups” with Theresa M. Welbourne (2013). »Download the paper
Ian co-authored the chapter “Workforce Planning Across the Great Divide” with John Boudreau for the book Positioned: Strategic Workforce Planning that Gets the Right Person in the Right Job by Dan Ward and Rob Tripp (AMACOM, 2013). Learn more about it at »Amazon
Ian co-authored the column “Help HR’s Grasp Equal Its Reach” with John Boudreau of USC, published July 31, 2013 atCFO.com . . . »Read
Ian co-authored the column “Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way” with John Boudreau of USC, published December 6, 2013 at Talent Management magazine . . .»Read
Ian is a contributing author to The Chief HR Officer: Defining the New Role of Human Resource Leaders, edited by Pat Wright, et.al. (2011), from »Wiley Publishing
Ian co-authored the article “The Future of HR and Effective Organizations” with John Boudreau of USC. It appears in the November 2011 issue of Organizational Dynamics Journal . . . »Read
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