Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Define “acceptable” behaviours to lift team performance

Culture is "the behaviour you accept, or don't", so helping teams identify the unproductive behaviours they've come to accept is key to boosting performance,...

‘Crowdsourced’ feedback improves performance management

Employers looking to improve their performance management processes should "crowdsource" feedback, CEB HR advisory leader Aaron McEwan says. "Managers have more direct reports than they...

Millennials Accept Negative Feedback Better if They Perceive it Benefitting Them,...

  Researchers from Bradley University in Illinois had identified the effective methods of giving negative feedback to millenials in the workplace. In the study done in...

Leaders with humour have more influence

It's possible for leaders to learn how to be funny, and in turn increase their influence at work, according to business storyteller Yamini Naidu. "In...

How to identify future leaders

Six specific character traits can indicate to HR which employees should be developed into leaders, a global leadership expert says. Executive coach and author John...

How to manage unreliable employees

  Unreliable employees are an "incredibly common" challenge and can make or break an organisation, but managers are failing to address the issue, according to...

HR has ‘turned the corner’

The proportion of business leaders who believe their organisations are ready to address HR skills gaps has increased 30 per cent in the last...

Managers must stop resisting telework

Despite huge changes in technology and policies that support flexible work arrangements, telework is still not "business as usual" in most organisations, and managers...

Resilient employees achieve bigger goals, and more of them

Employees are better able to stick with projects and "achieve bigger goals" when they have stronger emotional resilience, and employers can help them build...

“Contagious” emotions putting stressed managers’ teams at risk

Managers who are feeling stressed or burnt out can unwittingly jeopardise their entire team's engagement, according to a neuroleadership expert, who warns that emotions...

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This is where people work the longest hours

  Mexicans work far longer days than anyone else. Germans, on the other hand, clock up the least hours. New data from the Organization for Economic...

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China tech firms, seeking passion and energy, promote younger staff

Chinese tech giants are in the hunt for young, energetic staff to take the place, in some cases, of veteran managers. The companies deny...

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Asia Human Capital Development Conference 2019

Many companies are driving towards the future with talents built for the yester-years. To evolve, we need to drive transformation in this unprecedented environment...

HR Festival Asia 2019