Discover our best selection of the HR articles of July!! The Leadership Skill Everybody Needs — And 90% Of Managers Lack by Liz Ryan There are good reasons it’s easy to find lousy managers in virtually every industry and function. It is no surprise that nearly every working person has one Bad Boss story ready to share, if not…

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How To Win (Not Just Fight) The War For Talent, by David Ulrich in LinkedIN Talent has been a primary agenda, if not obsession, for many general managers and human resource professionals for the last 20 years as captured in the maxim, “war for talent.” This talent emphasis has led to innumerable innovations in how…

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Discover here the must-read HR articles of 2016! This Is A Great Time To Be In HR By Dave Ulrich in LinkeIn We see four forces making HR more central to business success: the context of business (STEPED: social, technological, economic, political, environmental, and demographic changes), the increased pace of change (VUCA: volatility, uncertainty, complexity,…

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By Dominic Trillo, Sales and Client Success Manager at Meta4 Engagement management has become one of the main issues and challenges for CEOs and HR managers, as it is a key factor that directly affects business results. The report, “El barómetro de Compromiso” in Spanish on measuring engagement by tatum and Meta4 revealed that employee disengagement starts…

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While we still are adjusting to the massive influx of Millennials or Generation Y (young people born in the eighties and nineties) into the labour market, we are beginning to hear about a new, and as yet unknown, younger generation that is beginning to come up, the Centennials or Generation Z, (people born during 1994-2010)….

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Human Capital Is Their No. 1 Challenge, So CEOs Must Demand More From HR!  by John Sullivan @DrJohnSullivan A recent survey of global CEOs and board chairmen was conducted by the prestigious Conference Board, and it concluded once again that human capital is the top challenge that they face. While some in talent management and HR might feel…

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Economic slumps that periodically shake the world spur the drive to rethink issues that seemed peacefully embraced. One of the concepts that we must rethink, even if downturns linger on, is engagement. For a long time, engagement was tantamount to unhesitatingly staying put in a particular professional, personal or familiar position. Someone who was engaged…

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Using Design Thinking to Embed Learning in Our Jobs, by Josh Bersin in Forbes Since we now expect learning to be as simple and compelling as watching YouTube, hundreds of video-based content providers and MOOCs offer free bite-sized content for us to consume on our phones while sitting in the coffee shop or standing in…

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Our study “The Engagement Barometer 2015”, which we prepared jointly with the consultancy tatum, reveals that the level of engagement among companies surveyed stands at 64% and only 42% of employees expressed a high degree of engagement with their companies. This shows that companies still have a way to go to improve this. When embarking…

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  The Problem with Millennials? They’re Way Too Hard on Themselves, by Emerson Csorba @EmersonCsorba in HBR.com In a recent series of hundreds of interviews with twentysomething Millennials across the United Kingdom, I heard this over and over again. As one Millennial described the challenge, “We are a generation that is ruthlessly comparing ourselves with those…

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