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  • One of the key concerns for Human Resource professionals and CEOs is how to retain and grow high potential high performers. According to a study carried out by LinkedIn, it's the norm for today's generation of professionals to change jobs at least four times within the first...

  • Employee engagement is a crucial part of today’s business scenario. According to Gallup in 2015, only 30% of employees said that they are engaged in their job. 50% of employees opined that they were not engaged and around 20% of employees were of the opinion...

  • If you're in a managerial position and you are not getting feedback from your direct reports, you need to change this situation. It's quite important for managers to receive upward feedback because it contains valuable inputs can be extracted into modified behavior, policies & process....

  • To experience all round success in both work and your personal life, you need to live and breathe the values which hold true for you. To do that, you need to figure out what your key personal values are. The secret of a balanced life...

  • Goal setting has universal application – career, health, love & life in general. Today’s modern society constantly encourages us to ponder upon the next milestone. What is lacking, however, is the strategy of how to accomplish these goals. This article will serve as a roadmap for...

  • Improving an organisation’s level of employee engagement can be a somewhat challenging task. It's understandable that managers, supervisors, or even the higher up execs require as much help to ensure employees are invested in the journey. It is often helpful to have a cheat sheet...

  • In today’s business culture, one of the conundrums, semantically created is the interchange of the terms reward and recognition. Both are extremely important and work together to attract and retain high performance employees.  To comprehend the meaning of both these terms, they need to be de-coupled, and their...

  • Most organisations possess leaders who have robust operational skills that are needed to maintain the status quo. However, they seem to lack the critical skill of confident and experienced strategic leadership to tackle the critical problems. These critical, or so-called, ‘wicked problems’ often require organisations to transform...

  • Organisations that fail to embrace customer experience with HR processes such as hiring, training, rewards, and recognition, miss the opportunity promote an environment that facilitates employee customer experience success. While it may seem somewhat counterintuitive, the fact remains any organisation that wishes to offer a great...

  • Are you facing a situation where your boss has suddenly stopped greeting you or sharing relevant project details with you? Has it been a while since your last promotion or salary review? Do you feel that you have suddenly fallen out of favor with your...