In March 2017 I posted, on HR Daily, The Toxic Grinch – it attracted nearly 2,700 reads. A Grinch in the workplace makes for a cheerless and gloomy environment. A variant on this type of dysfunctional employee is the dependent. It is likely that you have encountered one or more in your work history. You will remember because they are unforgettable. If you work in HR you will know them well for reason of the grief and distractions they create. Happily they are not great in number –…Continue
Back in September 2016 I posted a piece on Sexual Harassment and 20 indicators of the problem. (You can access the article by trawling through my past blogs.) Doubtless there are victims everywhere. In fact there are more victims than HR will get to see for reason that many do not report. Victims are always confused, embarrassed, shocked. They carry feelings of shame and even may blame themselves for the violation of their person. Most victims just do not…Continue
Age is a very high price to pay for maturity – Tom Stoppard, British playwright.
For all in HR, share this with your younger Millennials. If you be one, read it carefully; twice is best.
Workers in their 20’s are typically more impatient, are more easily disillusioned, more demanding, more mobile, more ambitious and more impetuous than their older colleagues. Many feel disengaged at work. Most are lacking in one…Continue
Many of the world’s best minds and great business leaders have had a Mentor. Each knew, in spite of their ego, outstanding skills and abilities, that they would benefit. These folk included Oprah Winfrey, Mark Zukerberg, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Richard Branson.
Mentoring, however, is not a prominent feature of the Australian business and public sector landscape. How many do you know who are currently being mentored?
From my own experience as a Mentor there are 26…Continue