According to Professor Jean-François Manzoni, we all need and want feedback. That’s how we get better at our jobs and advance in our careers. So it’s up to you to show your boss that you are willing to hear and act on...
  Leadership IQ found that and astounding 46% of all new hires fail within 18 months. Google research found that the unstructured interviews used by most simply don’t predict on-the-job performance: “Interviews are a terrible predictor of performance.” “Many managers, recruiters, and...
About 25 per cent of us will experience the effects of anxiety disorders at some point in our lives, with sometimes dire repercussions for friends, family and our own well-being. The cumulative lifetime prevalence of all stress-related disorders is difficult...
 The Service Profit Chain  by James L. Heskett, W. Earl Sasser, Jr., & Leonard A. Schelsinger   These three Harvard Professors have written one of the most excellent books that links the bottom line to the human side of the business equation. Featured...
Jeanne Meister, co-author of The 2020 Workplace, on how online technologies and the advent of digital and social media are changing the ways in which companies source talent, customize employee development, and promote agile leadership.  
Cassandra Brown, stresses that a strong company culture can be the most powerful tool to attract, engage, and retain talent and recruiters should take advantage of that. According to Cassandra Brown, for years most companies have been placing a big...
 IF ONE IS GOING TO CHANGE AN ORGANIZATION, ONE NEEDS TO KNOW WHAT TO CHANGE TOWARDS. Jim Collins's Top 10 Rules For Success   This book Built To Last by James Collins & Jerry Porras is one of the best pieces of research...
To build your capabilities and cast a wider net for ideas, you must figure out which of the three types of innovation strategies you already have — and design your R&D approach accordingly.   Finding and developing good ideas is what...
Procter & Gamble Chairman, President and CEO David Taylor on why he's willing to protect people with the self-confidence to risk their careers on an idea they believe in. He explains why he's more impressed by "the person that has...
  Millennials are different. From the way they work and things they care about differ from previous generations. Cassandra Brown reporting on the subject contests that whereas previous generations strove to keep a clear divide between work/corporate/professional life and personal/emotional/social life, millennials...
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