Tag Archives: CEO

Ram Charan provokes the HR world.

In their July/Aug issue, Harvard Business Review gives the floor to Ram Charan to have a go at all HR leaders. That was an excellent idea from HBR; Ram is the perfect coach to stimulate ‘rethinking’. A few years ago, … Continue reading

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3 most amazing vacancies (week31)

Applications open now!                    

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HR and leadership go H2H

We have got B2B, B2C and some progressive marketers carefully tried to introduce P2P –as people to people. The latter is a very brave step into the right direction though I am inviting all in business who dare to go … Continue reading

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Everything is cyclic – also the HR life-cycle

A respected business friend tweeted the following: “this is HR’s future: analytics, Marketing, Math, and Statistics will all be desired skills”. It prompted a desire to react as –like every other function- also HR sees cyclic trends.   Many of us … Continue reading

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quote of the day

“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra.”

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Holiday leadership learnings – engagement

Next in this series on holiday learnings, I like to take you to Beijing, the capital of crowded loneliness. If you ever want the experience to be surrounded by thousands of similar species of mankind but though have the feeling of … Continue reading

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Talent acquisition – Is it true that…?

Yesterday, I was surfing the internet; “googling” as it’s called. Now, isn’t that evidence of an amazing business success when your brand becomes a generic verb or noun? Even Coca-Cola didn’t achieve that; nor did BMW or Vodafone or Tesco. … Continue reading

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