Behind every great athlete is a masterful coach that inspires the athlete to evolve into the strongest performer they can become. Cathy Engelbert, CEO Deloitte Inbound Conversion engages the newcomer to become a high performer, just as the masterful coach inspires a great athlete and brings out their potential and best results. Inbound Conversion is…

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Let me venture to describe some characteristics that define the talent flows in these times: Talent is a species that reproduces poorly in captivity. Talent seeks out open spaces. Talent prefers to be linked to projects rather than to institutions. Talent engages provisionally with the organization that it currently serves and, in a more sustainable…

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1.  HR 101: 5 Simple Keys to Keeping Your People Engaged “Organizations are leaving money on the table by not recognizing or acknowledging the talents and strengths of their employees and encouraging them and supporting them to use those skills. At the end of the day, everyone wants to do what they do best. And be acknowledged…

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We live amid a fierce offensive among visionaries who predict that the professions of the future will not be what we know today. Indeed, they hardly touch upon what these anticipated professions entail. Notwithstanding how the world of work rearranges itself over the next few decades, it is essential that each of us comes up…

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“A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.” Anonymous – Spanish Proverb Wellness: Why and What for Wikipedia explains that wellness is a term used to define a healthy balance between mental, physical and emotional levels, resulting in a state of…

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The value of a business (and a life) lies in the value of its relationships. We judge professionals and companies on their results, but good personal and organizational performance originates from the ability to create intense and lasting bonds. Relationship capital is one of the most important assets of companies and whoever works in them….

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Onboarding Isn’t Enough by Mark Byford, Michael D. Watkins and Lena Triantogiannis at Harvard Biz Review An executive we’ll call Lucas Jacobsen was ready for a new challenge. So after more than a decade at a Fortune 100 diversified manufacturing firm, where he had risen to lead product development in the power systems division, he decided to…

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Our company meets goals, bumps up sales and projects multiply. This is fantastic news! Obviously this isn’t just a matter of getting on with work; to develop their business, companies need to recruit the best talent. So it’s time to hire. But have we thought about what we want from a recruitment process? A new…

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Many interesting topics were discussed at the HR Tech Conference in London. Here we focus on some of the current thinking, discoveries, or case studies that will shape our future. New demographic shifts and employment trends Traditionally a company would control how and where people work. Now that is changing dramatically; many people increasingly have…

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Much has been written about the similarities between Marketing and HR strategies. For both disciplines, the customer/employee is placed at the heart of their strategies aimed to understand and meet their needs. Today, consumers are making new demands of companies. They expect much more and are better informed. They are accustomed to moving around in…

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