Putting talent management on the CEO's agenda Business Excellence Magazine Broadly defined, talent management is the implementation of integrated strategies or systems designed to increase workplace productivity by developing improved processes for...
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Once upon a time, most HR departments provided one-stop shopping for employees with questions or concerns about benefits, hiring, training, complaints, colleagues, etc. For leaders, HR was the place to go for recruitment, retention and terminations.
It is too early to tell for sure but 2013 could become known as the year the UK turned an economic corner and started a slow but definitive road to recovery. Currently the economy is still 2.5% smaller than its peak in 2008 but the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has just announced 0.8% growth for the quarter and an unmistakable sense of optimism is creeping in.
When we think of what defines intelligence, the most common associations are educational study or the ability to memorise a mind-boggling array of facts and figures. Intelligence, however, is not confined to the realms of IQ and academia. In fact, there are estimated to be nine different types of intelligence, ranging from more widely accepted areas such as logical/mathematical intelligence to the less well-known existential and intrapersonal intelligence. Combined, these latter forms are often referred to as emotional intelligence (EI); an area that has not always received the recognition it deserves but one that is of inestimable value to companies.
Entrepreneurs all across the world will agree that human resource management (HRM) is not just a part of a company, but is the heartbeat of a company. It is one of the most important resources for both small and large businesses alike.
In the last few years there has been a lot of research on Millennials and how they're different. But a new topic has now come up in many of my conversations with HR and business executives: What is their leadership style and how will they lead?
Moving From Transactional To Transformational -- Why Employee Engagement ... Forbes I had the privilege of speaking at the Greater Baton Rouge Society for Human Resource Management (GRBSHRM) conference recently.
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