Elizabeth Byerly

Product Development Director, Communication, The HR Trove by Willis Towers Watson Elizabeth is a seasoned consultant now combining eCommerce, communication, change management and marketing for The HR Trove by Willis Towers Watson. With over 30 years of experience under her belt she has been helping others across industries maximize opportunities and solve problems with creativity, innovation and hard work. And, she’s had fun doing it!
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Hunger Pains, Fuzzy Brains: 4 Ways HR Pros Can Help

May 17, 2018 3:52:58 PM / by Elizabeth Byerly

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There's a saying in my family "[Name] is getting cranky. Pass the nuts." (And, yes, we have packets of nuts in purses and cars!) In today’s busy lives at work and at home, it’s easy to put off eating. But, low fuel can translate to being unproductive, potentially unsafe and simply unpleasant to be around.

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"Hush. I know Benefits Enrollment is Around the Corner!"

Mar 27, 2018 3:54:06 PM / by Elizabeth Byerly

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Talking to the voice in your head again? Relax, you can quiet that pesky voice and stop stressing. Benefits season doesn’t have to take the stuffing out of you or your team. Here’s three suggestions (actually reminders) for making it successful and easier.

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Avoid employees hearing “blah, blah, blah ...” during change

Feb 7, 2018 4:17:25 PM / by Elizabeth Byerly posted in Change leadership, change management, change leadership training, leading change management, change manager, employees

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giphy.gifIn our first blog post about Change Leadership, we talked about the hallmark of a great change leader as being able to navigate complex organizations, understanding what makes people tick and using that knowledge to inspire and motivate change.

Well, no matter how good you are at doing that, if all your employees are hearing is “blah, blah, blah,” they won’t get the vision for the change, grasp what success looks like for the company, nor understand what’s in it for them, how it affects them and how they can help make it happen.  

The best trick is to figure out how to strike the right balance between the serious nature of the change and conveying the details of all noted above, while avoiding corporate speak, high-level platitudes and the 'blah, blah, blah' of many change initiatives.

Another important thing to remember is that employees are people, and people like to laugh and have fun — and pay attention more when they do. I know I do! Here are some suggestions I've used on many of my change projects for making change more fun when possible. However, I would love to expand this with suggestions from all of YOUChime in to the comments below and share your tactics for overcoming the blah. 

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Employee Pay Basics Drive “Yes to the Job!”

Nov 13, 2017 10:08:27 PM / by Elizabeth Byerly posted in Base Pay, Bonus, Pay Notes, Video, Overtime, Long-term Incentives, EVP

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Just as communication is critical to a happy marriage in personal relationships, having honest, frequent and pointed conversations about pay is similarly key to a successful employer-employee relationship.

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