One of the inevitable truths for every business in every employment sector is that there will be changes in personnel. Over time, people come and go, and if you’re fortunate, the people you bring onboard will make a positive impact on both the others they work with and the customers/clients which receive the end products […]Student... Continue Reading →
Source | https://www.careeraddict.com/ Key findings from a survey conducted on careeraddict.com, January 2020 The job market is a competitive arena, not just for jobseekers but also employers looking to hire the right talent. Introduction The need for a skilful workforce has grown significantly over the years, with industries constantly evolving to serve a diverse range…Why People... Continue Reading →
Source | http://www.chieflearningofficer.com | Luis Velasquez How can you develop leaders in a way that is fast, cost-efficient and guaranteed? It is not an easy task to develop people. Finding the right combination of methodologies that will work best for a particular leader with specific needs can be overwhelming. Knowledge transfer and skill building happen…Coaching can... Continue Reading →
Of all the professions using social media for work purposes, recruiters are ten steps ahead of the rest of the world in terms of their effectiveness. They have mastered sites like LinkedIn, Twitter, FaceBook, and blogs to be able to creatively source candidates.
In the future, organizations will be responding to new or increasing workforce pressures such as a diversifying workforce, rise in contingent labor, intelligent automation in the workplace and a shift to a consumer mindset. In response, leaders must shift their mindset from a focus on process to a focus on talent, which in itself has changed drastically.
You can tell when people are in the right job. Conversely, you can also tell when people are in the wrong occupation, or perhaps when the person who was in the right job has lost something and should really move on.
Empathy and kindness aren’t normally seen as qualities you need to lead a team. But I believe in them so much. Most people overlook the importance of being able to show emotion.
Copa airline spent 15 months assessing whether its formal leadership behaviors, established more than a decade earlier, were still valid and as effective as they could be.
Can leaders be developed quickly enough to meet demand? Could leaders better take advantage of current talent management processes and efforts? How can we help line managers develop and manage their talent more effectively?