Talent Management

Generation X & The Oregon Trail Generation: How will they save the future workplace? by Jackson David

#OregonTrailGeneration  #CompanyCulture  #People  #Talent #ServantLeadership

The Human Givens Approach by Roderic Yapp

We have an expectation that people should understand us.

Understand our perspective, our reasoning and our expectations from other people.

The problem with this is that we rarely know ourselves.

We don’t often know what we want out of life. We don’t know what makes us happy. And we rarely know why we behave in certain ways.

If you disagree, can you answer the questions above?

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace with Dale Carnegie

Resolving Conflict in the Workplace.

Nowadays business leaders spend on average 6 hours a week negotiating peace between their workers, rather than negotiating deals with their customers.

This free guidebook will help:

The “Marketisation” of Learning & Development by Jackson David

#Digital-Learning #Learning #Talent-Management

 

Marketisation is a term usually reserved for companies gaining initial exposure to “market forces.” In this case, I feel the word applies well to what is happening within the Learning & Development (AKA, Learning & Capabilities) space of HR and Talent Management. In this case, the market forces are the manager and teams that live day to day in your business; they are the consumer.

Succession Planning with Dale Carnegie

How to Fill Your Talent Pipeline

Having a clear succession plan is like having an insurance plan that ensures the long-term prosperity of your business.

But 61% of UK SME’s say they have no strategy if a key member of their team leaves.

This free Succession Planning Guidebook will help you:

Thinking about abandoning performance management? by Andrew Fox

Performance Management

Teaser Series

by Andrew Fox
Head of HR for Global Functions, Technology and Services at HSBC

About Andrew
Andrew has worked for his entire career in HR in Financial Services and Professional Services and is passionate about enabling business performance and people development.

HR lessons from Jean Tirole (Nobel Prize of Economy)

HR Lessons Jean Tirole

Jean Tirole won the Nobel Prize of Economy 2014 “for his analysis of market power and regulation”. This man born in Troyes, France, the city where I studied my BA, is now working at “Toulouse 1 Capitole University, Toulouse, France “.His work reveals the importance of the human psychology in the world of business.