I met with an executive management team recently to discuss their commitment to developing themselves as a high performing team. During that discussion, one of the executives responded to something another executive had said and their response left me thinking that…Continue
Added by Joe Watkins on August 31, 2015 at 15:00 — No Comments
The story continues from last week’s post titled; “What we learnt working with the FBI: Part 1”.
SYDNEY OFFICE - AUSTRALIA 7.34AM: Upon reflecting on the biological and biochemical information the FBI had provided it was necessary that an…Continue
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These signs were of the passive aggressive, all capitals, lecturing variety. I wondered about the staff working there, how many similar (or worse) signs were out the back, and what sort of authoritarian rule the staff must work under.
I think most people at…Continue
Added by Christina Willcox on August 27, 2015 at 14:00 — No Comments
The Self-Actualising Style is essentially a measure of our self-esteem. If we have strong self-esteem we are more likely to be effective and happy. Low self-esteem limits our potential and satisfaction. All of us respond positively to praise and encouragement. It gives us the confidence to be who we are, to try new things without fear of blame or criticism.
In this series of blogs on the LSI 1, I have worked with the metaphor that the way we describe ourselves reveals the relationship…Continue
Added by Mim Balcombe on August 27, 2015 at 10:46 — No Comments
Modern day employers are increasingly required to adapt to the sensitivities of their employees – particularly when needing to raise performance issues.
Managers and key decision makers need to learn how to have those difficult conversations with employees – a key part of being a good manager. These conversations should take place in a way that does not demean or intimidate the employee as well as protecting the Company’s position when it comes to being able to defend claims for…Continue
Added by Shane Koelmeyer on August 26, 2015 at 19:00 — No Comments
Designing is a term more readily, easily and commonly associated to creative-oriented career options. What does an HR professional have to do with a work aspect that sounds as artistic and creative as Job Designing?
Take a moment, analyze your own job and jot down a few characteristics about your job and the answer is ready! Consider the variety in your job tasks, identity and significance of your role, the autonomy you have, the feedback you receive,…Continue
Added by Rucky karuna Tejavath on August 25, 2015 at 17:30 — No Comments
Employees from medium to large organizations across Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) want access to learning content on mobile devices, but are organizations tapping into this opportunity?
According to new research by Skillsoft, most organizations are yet to realize the full potential of mobile learning, despite clear productivity benefits. Mobile learning has huge benefits for ANZ organizations; including enhanced employee efficiency, improvements in business results and reductions in…Continue
Added by Rosie Cairnes on August 25, 2015 at 11:21 — No Comments
But think of me as coming from the place of someone who loves you and wants to help you. :-)
Having recently shifted base to Melbourne, I’ve been looking on LinkedIn to connect with local HR professionals who are interested in creating a better world of…Continue
Added by Karalyn Brown on August 24, 2015 at 23:30 — No Comments
WASHINGTON D.C – USA 7.58AM: After several months of exchanged phone calls and emails I sat at a table in the Lincoln’s Waffle Shop excitedly waiting to finally meet the three FBI agents I had been working with to accelerate our progress. It would be my first of several to come.
My mission with them was about designing a method that could create…Continue
Added by Craig Mowll on August 24, 2015 at 17:19 — No Comments
Senior leaders are the trees in organisations, shading budding leaders from situations that can destroy them. When you appoint a new leader in your organisation do you leave them exposed to the ravages of the organisation or do your senior leaders provide them with some shelter from the more extreme elements?
Once you have…Continue
Added by Karen Schmidt on August 24, 2015 at 16:20 — No Comments
The qualities of organisational leadership have evolved considerably since the command and control model that reigned up until the middle of the 20th century but in reading Peter Wilson’s second edition of ‘Make Mentoring…Continue
If the Head of HR is a bit ordinary or the function lacks standing, status and influence then send them this: anonymously might be best.
In the very best organizations the Head HR honcho:
1 Has direct and unfettered access to the CEO 24/7
2 Sits at the corporate decision making table
3 Spends more time with the core business providers/front-end operatives than on email
4 Promotes that quality staff selection is more important than…Continue
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This week I received an email from a disgruntled candidate. When I say disgruntled, I mean ANGRY! And when I say candidate, I mean someone else’s candidate – I’d never communicated in any way with this person.
This person had decided to get in touch regarding a role we were working on – at the executive level – and they had obviously…Continue
Added by Alex Kelly on August 21, 2015 at 14:12 — No Comments
"F = M x A (+HR)" is the fourth in a 10-part series outlining the concepts included in "The Physics of HR; Mastering the Laws of Motion," the Whitaker joint set to publish in mid-2016.
"My job is to make people move." That's been the overall theme to this discussion to date, in case I haven't bludgeoned you to death with imagery already. That's my job as an HR…Continue
Added by John Reaves Whitaker on August 21, 2015 at 9:00 — No Comments
As you would be aware, an employee who is not award or EBA covered is unable to make an unfair dismissal claim if their annual rate of earnings exceeds the high income threshold (currently $136,700).
A recent decision of the FWC has confirmed that the private benefit an employee derives from the use of items such as a company motor vehicle, mobile phone or iPad can be taken into account when determining whether an employee’s earnings puts them…Continue
Added by Kristin Ramsey on August 20, 2015 at 17:46 — No Comments
Social Media is an interesting beast. There are plenty of benefits, you can reach a wider, targeted audience in a cost effective way, on a platform where geographical location is largely irrelevant, and you can get feedback from customers in a simple and (brutally) honest way. You can even start a blog, write about whatever you want, and maybe someone will read it. Maybe lots…Continue
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