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Shared Purpose & Collaborative Engagement

Clive Hyland  explains how understanding the workings of the ‘triune brain’ will help HR develop more effective performance strategies  The triune brain This model represents the important distinctions between the three evolutionary stages of human brain development. These layers are the...
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People value workplaces that contribute to their personal development as professionals. Young workers in particular prefer working for companies that invest in developing their capabilities and keeping their skill sets relevant through constant learning and development opportunities: Deloitte’s research on Millennials...
  Researchers and mental health professionals contest that ancient mindfulness practices - originating in Hindu, Buddhist, Taoist and other traditions - hold great promise. Mindfulness means being fully aware of what is happening both inside yourself—in your body, heart and mind—and...
79% of employers believe offering benefits to employees is a critical component of attracting talent (Burson Marsteller) 59% of employees say employee benefits are “very important” to how they feel about their job and their employer, 36% said...
You want the best employees working for your company. Recruiting and retaining the best, is essential, since they are the drivers for your profitability. At the same time, you need to look into your employment relationship, and make sure that...
  Create a better workplace in terms of employee satisfaction, strong employee commitment, and a sense of personal / professional achievement. In terms of organisational performance, this translates into better financial results, sustained competitiveness and higher levels of productivity and innovation.   Employee...
  Organizational culture is the pattern of basic assumptions, values, norms and artifacts shared by organizational members. These shared meanings help members to make sense out of the organization. The meanings signal how work is to be done and...
Be a leader who demonstrates competence, character, and purpose—a thinker and a doer who can maneuver the complexities of interdependent issues. Aspire to possess the technical acumen, personal attributes, and moral compass to both "get along" and "get it right."  
  Companies are using temporary employees more than ever before, as they provide a valuable, timely and cost-effective solution for businesses both large and small. As this trend continues to grow, which has forced employers to take a closer look at employment...
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