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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“Your happiness is the most important feedback you can get from your behaviour” Paul Dolan. Happiness is probably the overarching goal most people pursue throughout their lives. Yet a large part of these people’s lives is spent working in and for organizations, so if someone is unhappy with their work, they are probably unhappy with…

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Today, there is no doubt that talent is scarce and companies that need to acquire and hire it must compete in a new, changing ambience with new global talent networks and new technological trends. According to Deloitte’s latest report on the World Human Capital Trends 2017, attracting the best talent is still one of the…

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5 very interesting articles that will make you think… Step #2: Condition Your Employees to Embrace “Different”, by Mallun Yen in Linkedin.com If a CEO dresses in a black tee, jeans, and sneakers, we all know the trickle-down effect it has on the rest of the organization. Because many startups are founded by a group…

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“Great vision without great people is irrelevant.”  James C. Collins  An incredible symphony is a harmony of instruments, notes and timbres of sound – be it percussion, wind, or string. And people who play music. Let’s not forget the conductor either. Without talented people, whatever role they play, there’s nothing special, and even less so, if…

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“Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.” Agile Manifesto Principle   Although the Davos Forum identifies “cognitive flexibility” as one of the 10 key skills for 2020, the reality is that most people and organizations find it very hard to change….

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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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By Carlos Pardo, CEO of Meta4 2016 has been a year of great challenges for HR management and digitization, unquestionably, has been one of them. The well-known international firm, Deloitte after conducting a large global survey concluded in their article Digital HR: Revolution, not evolution that: “This new world of digital HR is arriving fast, but,…

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By Bettina R. Flick and Carolina Reynoso. If there’s anything that marks the future of the HR profession, it’s the fact that it has to relentlessly push new frontiers to continually create value for their organizations. Just as businesses grow, so too must HR evolve. HR is already aware that it needs to go beyond the…

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Many companies brag about being innovative and reiterate this in corporate reports and in the different messages sent out to society. Settling in offices with large windows, scandinavian design furniture, walls decorated with photographs of Steve Jobs, Einstein and Leonardo Da Vinci, or a common space for playing table football—this is not what I would…

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