The Corona Crisis, such as the world is currently experiencing, provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for HR Professionals to shine, and here’s why …
Track meaningful metrics to ensure productivity and profitability.
Chris Griffiths explains to Alan Hosking why the World Economic Forum rates creativity as one of the top three skills needed today.
Organizational ethics have changed in the global crisis.
Four steps on how to do good and make money.
HR advice for parents working from home during Corona times.
Get insights into what and how key companies in India are learning from the external environment.
Empirical evidence is needed to verify whether servant leadership is applicable in the corporate world.
Don’t be one of those toxic bosses that make employees want to eat bubble wrap.
Consider this approach to leadership for your company.
HR plays a critical role in staff happiness during these tough times.
A well-planned recognition program boosts morale and engagement.
I am exhausted living in a rat race environment, where everyone marches steadily, but almost too obsessively, to improve our weaknesses. Most of us receive negative feedback and find ways to eliminate weaknesses as much as we can, while loading a huge amount of stress on a daily basis. Why not pause and conduct a self-analysis with a strong intention to identify your strengths, and explore ways to focus your energy and capitalise on it instead?
Avoid unintended negative effects as a result of feedback from psychometric tests.
Global leaders must embrace entrepreneurship for the future of work lies there.