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Recession-Proof Your Career

“If you put yourself in the shoes of senior management, between two types of resources, one that could generate new meanings to the company, the other just drift along and have stopped learning, which would you rather keep?” Economic downturns pose financial stress for companies and of late we have been revisited by management jargon […]

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How Agile Is HR In Times of Turbulence?

News headlines in the past months have not been short of negative developments. From China’s slowing growth to large lay-offs; from volatility in stock indexes to new bottoms in oil prices; many signs are pointing to a slow down in 2016, and maybe beyond. If we end this year positively, consider ourselves lucky. We might […]

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Coaching For Balance

The topic of “balance” often arises in a coaching conversation. It could be about the desire to achieve work/life balance; strike a balance in practicing directive and participative leadership; achieve equilibrium in quantity vs. quality; and the list goes on. Why do people worry about not having a balance? I’ve come across many reasons during […]

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Conversations on High Potential #2 – Learning Agility

I have seen high performers who have gone from zero to hero, and then to zero again, in a pretty rapid fashion, all because of the lack of learning agility. They made a one-off runway success and continued to harp on the past without moving on to tackle the new situations with their capability. Previously […]

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Conversations on High Potential #1 – Learning Agility

This series captures many of the conversations I’ve had with managers and employees on the topic of high potential or key talent. Talent management has created a lot of buzz in the last few decades, but to a large extent, most ordinary employees remained pretty oblivious about what goes into it and why it matters […]

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Making A Successful Leadership Transition

You have been performing well and were given a promotion. This is certainly a cause for celebration. The promotion comes with something exhilarating yet worrisome thoughts – managing and leading others. Perhaps you have chalked up an indisputable track record as the best sales representative, or trader, or researcher, or financial controller (fill in the […]

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5 Things To Do Being The Youngest Manager At The Table

Young managers can make their youth work for them When I was a boy, my family lived in an apartment some shops. Every day after school, I did not have much of an opportunity to mix with children my age. Instead, I spent time with the shop owners and employees working below us who were […]

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7 Common Pitfalls of eLearning

Let’s face it. eLearning may not be the trendiest thing most of us would speak to our senior executives about. They are there somewhere in our enterprise system and we are not sure how they fit into the grander scheme of employee development. Many learning specialists also conveniently “park” eLearning as part of some form […]

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Adaptive Learning – A Business Game Changer

In today’s highly competitive and evolving business climate, what you learned yesterday may become obsolete with the dawn of the next day. Companies are also finding the traditional one-size-fits-all training programs are yielding minimum returns from their investments. The traditional, boring, and less tailored ways of learning are losing their appeal rapidly to a distracted […]

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Engaging Today’s Distracted Learners

If you’ve observed a lack of participation in your training participants, you’re not alone. I wrote this article for humanresourcesonline.net about how to create the ‘Candy Crush’ effect in corporate learning. Have you have observed a noticeable lack of participation and engagement in meetings, conference calls, and training classes by your peers or other staff […]

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