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Success Recipe: Positive Role Models, More Office Privacy, and a Great Cup of Coffee

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Implement a Winning Business Strategy Driven by Customer Values

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A Boring Greeting Card Just WonҴ Hack It. 52 Quotes to Spice Up Your Valentineҳ Day

A Boring Greeting Card Just WonҴ Hack It. 52 Quotes to Spice Up Your Valentineҳ Day http://bit.ly/2TMKCI7
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RT @RebekahRadice: 6 Golden Rules of #SocialMedia 1. Listen 2. Tell Your Story 3. Be Consistent 4. Stay Focused 5. Create an Experience 6. Be Social Learn more: #digitalmarketing #smm https://t.co/...

6 Golden Rules of #SocialMedia 1. Listen 2. Tell Your Story 3. Be Consistent 4. Stay Focused 5. Create an Experience 6. Be Social Learn more: #digitalmarketing #smm pic.twitter.com/4mrNYovgBl נRebekah Radice (@RebekahRadice) January 24, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/MyMarketingFile
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Google ֠Invest In A Leader And Succeed Together With It

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New Opinion From the U.S. Justice Department Could Threaten Online Gambling

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Blockchainҳ Occam problem

McKinsey Insights & Publications Blockchainҳ Occam problem Blockchain has yet to become the game-changer some expected. A key to finding the value is to apply the technology only when it is the simplest solution available. more info... Digitization, automation, and online testing: The future of pharma quality control Emerging technologies can make quality control (QC) faster and more efficient. What do pharma companies need to do to become QC leaders? more info... Globalization, robots, and universal basic income: Jason Furman on the future of work President Obamaҳ top economic adviser explains which policies could help workers succeed in an era of globalization and automation. more info... Business.com Top 4 HR Trends for 2019 It's time to think about what we can look forward to in 2019. The world of work has been going through some massive changes, like the rise of the gig economy, increasing use of artificial intelligence, and the scary fact that 85 percent of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven't even been invented yet . How can one prepare for the unknown? Before you start thinking about how you will reskill , here are the top four trends you should watch in 2019. 1.Хople enablement The changes in the way we work (remote teams, the gig economy and an ever-growing millennial workforce) are disrupting the way people think about their careers. While it's traditionally been the role of HR to foster performance and development in the workplace, people are no longer waiting for this to happen, increasingly taking their professional development into their own hands. People enablement is precisely about adopting a people-first approach. It's a belief that seizing moments to celebrate, learn and improve has the power to transform roles into careers; and forging cultures where individuals feel valued, motivated and empowered. Implementing a culture of feedback in your organization is one way of bringing people enablement to the table. To start with, encouraging regular moments for people to grow and develop gives them the opportunity to continuously improve and keep the momentum in their role. For example,ࠩn a survey through my company, Impraise, 72 percent of users said feedback exchanged through Impraise contributed to their performance improvements. When people are enabled to request feedback and become accustomed to sharing it with each other, it gives them greater autonomy over their careers and development opportunities. By incorporating regular moments of feedback, you can support better recognition in the workplace. Recognition is an extremely important yet often overlooked key to a more engaged workforce. Did you know that 69 percent of people said they would work harder if they were recognized ? It seems obvious, yet companies are still learning how to do it in a meaningful way. Recognition done well can help with retention (which is increasingly important), engagement, company culture and productivity. People enablement will continue to rise as a trend. According to Deloitte's 2018 Human Capital Report , companies are shifting from a focus on careers to a focus on experiences. 2. Investment in developing better managers While people are increasingly taking charge of their professional development, that doesn't make managers or their function obsolete. People enablement֠or a people-first approach֠needs to be embraced at all levels of the organization, including leaders.༯p> There has been a growing call for managers to be better coaches. In fact, according to The Business Backer, 93 percent of employees feel that trust in their boss is essential to satisfaction at work. But if managers are not properly trained and their development not invested in, this strategy seems doomed to fail. Moving forward, companies should think about the following: Ways they can support the training and development of their managers The skill sets that make managers good coaches How to evaluate managers' abilities to engage teams and individuals Developing stronger leadership skills in their people Supporting managers to create clarity and alignment within their teams Encouraging the practice of one-on-ones and teaching managers how to conduct them Education on giving good, candid feedback Most importantly, it's time to recognize that developing leadership skills isn't a one-size-fits-all exercise. Standardized, HR-designed processes and trainings are not necessarily the answer in this case ֠it's more about enabling people to do it for themselves. 3. Data-driven HR decisions As the internet and technology have provided us with endless data, companies need to start harnessing it to draw meaningful insights. While software and technology companies have always done so, corporates are just starting to catch up. Particularly in HR֠a people-focused department with tons of data it never fully uses ֠a data-driven approach seems only logical. There's a plethora of tools to help HR departments streamline and improve processes, and it's increasingly important to make good use of the data technology provides. If you use engagement surveys, what are you doing with the answers? What can you learn from all the data you are collecting, such as how your people prefer to work, how often they are exchanging feedback , and which of your content they are consuming and why? The answers are an opportunity to strengthen your company culture and bridge any gaps that appear. For example, IBM's Lee Andrews mentioned during 2018's༡ href="http://onboard.amsterdam/" target="_blank">Onboard.Amsterdam how the company is using data from a learning portal set up for new joiners to improve its onboarding experience and provide relevant content. This is further confirmed by companies like LinkedIn and SAP, which are refining their offerings through people-driven insights. LinkedIn recently launched Talent Insights , allowing companies to use LinkedIn data in a smarter way, such as byୡtching skills and interests of individuals with current company vacancies. Meanwhile, SAP purchased Qualtrics , a platform that enables engagement surveys and brand tracking, proving the increased desire from companies to learn more about their people. Again, it's not just about having the data ֠it's what๯u do with it to create an improved and more meaningful employee experience. 4. Mental health in the workplace Last but not least, a topic gaining attention is mental health. We've seen a disengaged workforce, the search for purpose, people breaking away from the more traditional career paths. A parallel can be drawn between these trends and the increasing mental health issues affecting people at work. The Thriving at Work report published by the British government in 2017 found that the number of people forced to stop work as a result of mental health problems was 50 percent higher than those who did so due to physical health conditions. In the World Health Organization's Mental Health Atlas , results show there are not yet enough human and financial resources in place to support mental health issues. Initial steps are being taken to address this. In 2018, Prince William launched the website Mental Health at Work , specifically designed to raise awareness and support those in need of it. Employers are also increasing wellness programs and related benefits , but for the time being, these are just scratching the surface, more focused on physical well-being through exercise and diet. As people become more open to talking about their difficulties, employers will need to find smart ways to support them. A first step is education: What are the issues people might come forward with? How can we foster an environment where people are comfortable talking about issues they are experiencing? How can we support each other? After education, what simple steps can companies create? British mental health charity Mind has some starting points here. Conclusion When thinking about trends, it can be easy to jump to technology. In what other ways will it make our lives easier? What are the latest tools we can use to increase efficiency? But in reality, HR remains a human-centered topic. We should always remember to look at things through the lens of a human experience. How do we want people to feel? What do we want them to experience? Then, consider how technology can enable it. more info...
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How to Evaluate Your Year-End Financial Statements for a More Profitable 2019

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The Worst Things You Can Do for Climate Change (Itҳ Still Not Too Late to Make a Difference)

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#Repost @businessmarketers Made by...

#Repost @businessmarketers Made by @report.for.insta żbr/> BUSINESS MOTIVATION MONEY on Instagram: Ӕhe Future of e-commerce will be BRIGHT ՠՠCredit: @businessmarketers FOLLOW FOR MORE >>>>>>>@businessmarketers https://www.instagram.com/p/Bt1rxQCg8ME/?utm_source=ig_tumblr_share&igshid=199l2zoon9cn7
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RT @AccessibleLA: #FF Appreciation! @AgingWFreedom @SammyB57137227 @InspireMalibu @Ltd_To_Two @TruehopeEmpower @OutpatientDoc @HealthQuoteCA @arefreshedlife @Life_InAperture @Focus4Health Thanks an...

#FF Appreciation! @AgingWFreedom @SammyB57137227 @InspireMalibu @Ltd_To_Two @TruehopeEmpower @OutpatientDoc @HealthQuoteCA @arefreshedlife @Life_InAperture @Focus4Health Thanks and Happy Friday! נAccessible Design (@AccessibleLA) February 9, 2019 from Twitter https://twitter.com/MyMarketingFile
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13 Tips For Overcoming Your Entrepreneurial Anxiety

Keep Coming Back To YourїhyҼ/strong> Being an entrepreneur is not easy and can be very stressful. To keep those burdensome factors from influencing progress, one has to remember the ӷhy.ԠWhy did I start this? Though it sounds rudimentary, revisiting the answer to that particular question regularly will essentially provide the mental and emotional energy needed to continue until the stated goals are achieved.׼a href="https://twitter.com/kshahwork">Kamyar Shah, World Consulting Group Originally published at https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbescoachescouncil/2019/01/23/13-tips-for-overcoming-your-entrepreneurial-anxiety/#4b566da85def Originally published at kamyarshah.blogspot.com on January 24,ರ19.
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7 Inspirational Speeches From Martin Luther King Jr. That ArenҴ щ Have a Dream

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Apple Had a Brutal Week. Then It Did Something Quite Brilliant

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Success Recipe: Positive Role Models, More Office Privacy, and a Great Cup of Coffee

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Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 3 Episode 11: сrenҴ Those the Guys From Shark Tank?

Entrepreneur Elevator Pitch Season 3 Episode 11: сrenҴ Those the Guys From Shark Tank?Ҡhttp://bit.ly/2BBYYEi
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