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12

MAY

2020

Now Is an Unprecedented Opportunity to Hire Great Talent

Via Harvard Business Review

An interesting article from HBR examining why right now might be the best time for companies to hire. It highlights talent capture techniques leveraged over the years by leading firms and gives food for thought on what the future of the job market could be like for organisations and employees...

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28

JAN

2020

The little things that make employees feel appreciated

Via Harvard Business Review

When it comes to our professional and personal happiness, there are simple, universal elements that hold true - one of which is the fundamental need to feel appreciated and valued. Here are some simple and effective techniques on how to show your employees appreciation, and why it's important that you do...

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07

OCT

2019

Research: Men and women need different kinds of networks to succeed

Via Harvard Business Review

Networking is an important part of our professional lives; but research suggests there are differences in effective networks among the genders - one difference being that women need access to key kinds of information that men don’t. And how can they get it? By having a tight-knit inner circle of other women who can share career advice and experiences...

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13

OCT

2016

Candor, Criticism, Teamwork... and designating a Jedi Master!

Via Harvard Business Review

Some experts suggest that forthrightness within a company should not only be encouraged, but required. Yet getting employees to buy in and trust a systematic shift toward candor can be difficult. This article offers 3 techniques to help colleagues at all levels work more effectively and directly...

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13

SEP

2016

Why leadership training fails - and what to do about it

Via Harvard Business Review

For years, companies have lavished time and money on improving the capabilities of employees and on nurturing new leaders. However research shows that the ROI is failing to deliver expected returns. Why?

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