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How to Get Your Employees Speak Their Minds?

Team meetings are filled with frustration, complaints, and expectations for changes. Yet, when you held a meeting this time, it only lasts for 25 or even 15 minutes because not a single one of your team members in the room utter their opinions about something or asks changes about projects. Good for productivity, right? Wrong! […]

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January 23, 20203:52 pm
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The Most Costly Business Loss: PRESENTEEISM

The case and cause  Presenteeism refers to employees coming to work without being productively engaged there, whether due to illness or distraction. To illustrate, Donovan, a 30-year-old tech manager, reluctantly leaves his desk to lead a monthly team meeting. Recently, he often experiences sudden headaches, nauseousness, and body aches due to overworking. Although he does […]

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January 20, 20202:01 pm
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How Does It Feel Working with Team Who Are NOT Self-Aware?

“Self-awareness is probably the most important thing towards being a champion.” – Billie Jean King Self-awareness is a great skill to possess. According to Ascend research, self-awareness can boost people’s performance and usher them into a success they want. Self-awareness is also good as it leads to better decision-making, creating less workplace conflict management and […]

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January 17, 20201:41 pm
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Here’s the Emerging Talent Trends for 2020, According to Korn Ferry

Based on input from talent acquisition, development and compensation experts from across the globe, Korn Ferry has identified emerging global talent trends for 2020. “The workforce is rapidly evolving. This year, we will see an even greater focus on transparency, agility, culture and purpose-driven leadership,” said Byrne Mulrooney, Chief Executive Officer, Korn Ferry RPO, Professional […]

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January 15, 20204:22 pm
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3 Simple Solution to Help Lost Employees Find Their Work-Life Purpose

When your boss asks, “What do you really want to achieve in this career?”, how will you answer? Better career development? Better work-life balance? Better salary? Or higher promotion?  The answer is likely one of those options but as time goes by, your answer might change depending on your situation. In short, regardless of what […]

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January 2, 20201:33 pm
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Supporting Employee’s New Year’s Resolution

Everyone is expecting New Year to be better, wonderful, and excellent – better than the previous year. So people start planning new goals for a new life. Your employees might also have aimed to achieve something greater for the New Year such as getting a higher promotion or living a healthier work-life.  But the question […]

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December 30, 201912:05 pm
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Female for Leadership Role: How to Train and Develop Them

In a world of work occupied mostly by men, women are believed to bring the skills, perspective, and cultural differences needed to save the company from collapsing, observed Tony Schwartz. Women also bring leadership style to a more complete range of qualities that modern leaders need, including self-awareness, emotional attunement, and authenticity. In the modern […]

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December 26, 20191:51 pm
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Top Risk Concerns for Business Leaders in 2020 Include Talent, Culture, Technology and Innovation

Entering into a new decade, boards and C-suite leaders around the globe are concerned with the escalating competition for specialized talent, their organizations’ culture and the ability to advance their digital maturity and embrace the transformative opportunities of technology. According to a new survey from Protiviti and North Carolina State University, business leaders contend that […]

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December 19, 20194:40 pm
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Ethical and Moral Dilemmas in Leadership (What to Do About It)

A good leader should be able to solve organisational problems in moral and ethical methods. However, many leaders and CEOs often do the other way round and end up making unethical choices.  We can learn from the case of the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. In What Went Wrong at Enron, it is explained that […]

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December 18, 20191:39 pm
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Rethinking the Employee Experience as a Business Strategy

By Rhys Hughes, Regional Vice President Asia and ANZ at SumTotal Systems The employee experience is the journey an employee takes with your organisation. It includes everything from major milestones to relationships with colleagues, use of technology to the physical work environment. This concept has been gaining traction among business decision makers. A recent study by Deloitte […]

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December 17, 20194:06 pm