Research shows 90 percent of new information people are exposed to is forgotten within a week without reinforcement Mapping out the right learning journey should be a shot in the arm for individuals and organisations in 2018 UAE, 13 December 2017: As we close in…
Every organization wants to hire the best of the best, but research from Columbia Business School shows that teams with the most talent don’t always net the best results.
Professor Adam Galinsky, the Vikram S. Pandit Professor of Business at Columbia Business School, examined a variety of team-based situations — including egg-production in a chicken coop as well as 10 seasons of professional basketball and baseball — and concluded that when a team is filled with top-notch talent, overall performance actually goes down.
By Garland Nichols, Vice President, Worldwide Information Security, Xerox That feeling when your heart is pounding or your brain says, “what?!” — no, it’s not whitewater rafting. I’m talking about those moments in your daily routine that threaten the comforts of your career and sometimes…
By Emily Drzewiecki, Communications Coordinator at Xerox Corporation Senior Xerox executives in North America have adopted a new program in which the likes of Mike Feldman, John Corley and Judy Novak are playing the part of student with up-and-coming younger professionals who have been assigned…
Developments in data, machine learning, predictive analytics and digital technology have resulted in a transformation of the recruitment model with a fundamental change in the way organisations access and recruit much-needed talent according to recruiting experts Hays plc.
Over the past few decades the world of work has undergone huge changes, and with the year 2020 approaching rapidly, the future of work, in particular the way workforce is sourced, organised and managed, is promising to look even more different. The increasing attractiveness of the emerging markets with regards to business growth has already contributed to a significant increase in the need for companies to move people and source talent from around the world. Scientific and technological advances are continuing to impact most, if not all, workplaces, but there is still more change to come.
Hermina and Michael are speaking 6 – 8 November 2017 at the HR Summit and Expo on leadership development and HR change management to the help businesses successfully drive change and build high performing workforce. Find out more here.
Nabhan Al Kharusi is a Senior Consultant for Human Capital at Takatuf, the strategic provider of innovative Human Capital solutions based in the Sultanate of Oman. Since joining Takatuf, Nabhan has centred his professional research and work in helping some of the country’s largest organisations understand the impact of an empowering and enabling approach to Employee Relations (ER).
Employers worldwide share several key approaches to health and wellness. They also have distinct differences. The Optum® “International Wellness in the Workplace Benchmark Study” highlights seven insights that define those shared experiences and exceptions based on the following regions
Professor, author and expert on leadership development, Herminia Ibarra, will join us at HR Summit and Expo to share her approach on how to step up to bigger leadership roles through her sessions; ‘Leadership Development: How Can HR Reinvent Themselves by First Acting Like a Leader, Then Thinking Like One’.