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. How to Deal With Negative Emotions at Work We seem to really get a kick out of complaining about work. (…)But recounting all the things that made us miserable one day doesn’t help us enjoy our workday more tomorrow. A better strategy is to actually address the negative feelings we have. By Tchiki Davis at…

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1. 4 Ways to Get Employees to Use More Vacation Time “If you work in HR, you are trying to give your workforce the best benefits you can afford, and that includes paid leave. We want to give them something that shows them we appreciate their efforts, but what happens when employees don’t use that…

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  1. The Rise of the Social Enterprise: A New Paradigm for Business After a year of research and another enormous survey of business and HR leaders around the world, we just released the Deloitte Human Capital Trends 2018, entitled “The Rise of the Social Enterprise.” What we found, after detailed analysis of the data and many…

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In this edition of our HR Talks, our expert, Betsy Kolkea discusses the implications that 4 factors have for any organization that wants to be agile and ready for the future: Internal succession plans External talent pools Leadership pipeline Metrics Discover some keys on how to be agile in this volatile and changing world and…

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By Ciro Pérez, President at Change Americas Why does an organization need to be agile? Markets and their conditions move with such high agility; any situation comes with multiple variables and interconnected elements which are hard to understand. At the same time, although explosive development of technology enables information to be accessible, it changes with…

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Times of change are times for leadership. Fairly stable scenarios are the ideal terrain for managers. There are scenarios where the priority is to tackle a drastic change in the environment; this is when organizations and society need leaders who redefine the rules of the game. However, in less turbulent circumstances, what companies need are…

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No one can fully develop without recognition from others. That’s why it has been said that to live in plenitude we need explicit or implicit acceptance by others. Ultimately no one can live without self-affirmation and/or separately from others. Martin Buber made this clear in his unforgettable “I and Thou”. This indispensible need for positive…

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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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Do Not Miss GlocalThinking’s Monthly Selection of the 5 Best HR Blog Posts Worldwide: 4 Steps to Becoming More Inquisitive as Leader by Tanveer Naseer In my previous piece, where I shared the story of how a past leadership failure helped me to learn to become a better listener, I pointed out that one of…

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