There’s lots of buzz about talent inside and outside HR; on what it is and what it isn’t and also how to identify, attract, recruit, develop and retain it. Just about everything and nothing. Surprisingly this gives the impression that the notion of talent is unique, and as such, recognized and accepted by all. Yet the…

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  3 Situations Where Cross-Cultural Communication Breaks Down by Ginka Toege and Jean-Louis Barsoux in HBR.com The strength of cross-cultural teams is their diversity of experience, perspective, and insight. But to capture those riches, colleagues must commit to open communication; they must dare to share. Unfortunately, this is rarely easy. In the 25 years we’ve…

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This list of the 5 Best HR articles of the month will guide you through some of the trends affecting the workplace and the HR Professionals of the moment:   Why All the Individual Suggestions for Engagement Are Wrong by Paul Herbert. Whether we’re talking employees, channel partners or consumers, “engagement” is the holy grail of business….

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  A few trends emerge from the list of GlocalThiking’s ten most-read articles of 2015. The theme of the impact of digital technology remains top of mind for our readers; articles about analytic processes, talent management and digital HR all found their way into the top four. Many articles in this list are amongst our…

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Those in charge of training and development are facing a double challenge: prepare new people for familiar tasks and prepare familiar people for new tasks. Times like now clearly put the onus on the second challenge. The deeply intense transformation we are experiencing renders competencies profiles out of date when only a few years ago…

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This is the First Chapter of our Book “The New Digital HR Leader” -> You can download it here Nothing is like it was. Our way of living has changed so drastically over the last few years. This new world in which we live seems like something out of a futuristic film. Technologically speaking, it…

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The latest generation of social technologies allows for enhancing and enriching cooperation and communication dynamics among people as diverse as society itself and as scattered geographically as where the global company competes, adds market value, and innovates in the volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous scenarios of the knowledge economy. We know with certainty that the…

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Nobody explains to us that our work now consists of defining the work

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Building leadership and talent is the job of the HR department

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