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stress in teams

Stress is not a team player

Do you want to learn how to stop the growing stress in your team? Are you interested in practical tips for reducing stress levels? This article will benefit not only managers but also team members who want to have their...
Agile shifts

Agile shifts

Thinking about agile organizational transformation brings a number of metaphors in mind, one of those could be a civil war – pretty much! However, in political science there is this theory that argues that every civil war takes place on three different levels: on the...

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The art of female leadership

The art of female leadership

According to The Case for Investing in Women by the Anita Borg Institute (ABI), having a priority on hiring women manifests higher organisational and financial performance. In particular, the following outcomes have been noted in Fortune 500 companies with...

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On the way towards agile organizations

On the way towards agile organizations

The meaning of agile by definition: 1. able to move quickly and easily; 2. able to think quickly and clearly; 3. making changes as they are needed. You can find these characteristics in most video games associated to quick, tricky and nimble characters. Its meaning is...

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Humility in Leadership Conference – Zagreb

Humility in Leadership Conference – Zagreb

Humility in leadership does not imply the absence of ego or ambition. Rather, humble leaders are better able to channel their ambition back into the organization, rather than use it for personal gain. Over 130 decision makers from HR field came together to take part...

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How to attract Generation Y and Z talents?

How to attract Generation Y and Z talents?

Companies are looking for the ideal solution to pick and keep the best talents from generation Y and Z – the generations enter the job market. Creativity and innovation in the selection process is the right answer. The new generations As children, generations Y and Z...

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Most common Manager mistakes – PART 2

Most common Manager mistakes – PART 2

Are often angered, annoyed and easily upset Avoid giving honest feedback, but are privately resentful and irritated Are overconfident and feel entitled, but avoid taking responsibility for mistakes Dominate meetings and make their subordinates...

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Most common Manager mistakes

Most common Manager mistakes

Avoid risks and are reluctant to make decisions Rarely communicate with employees and seem distant Rarely admit their mistakes, but “charm their way out” of problems Are suspicious of other’s intentions, don’t trust their employees Reluctant to act against popular...

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Why You cannot neglect Generation Y?

Why You cannot neglect Generation Y?

BECAUSE YOU HAVE almost 20% chance of meeting one in the streets. Which also means every 5th person in CEE region belongs to this group. So this is surely a valid reason to know them better; especially when you are one of them. Core values are...

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The Dark Side of Creativity

The Dark Side of Creativity

Creativity has been gaining more and more importance and attention in the past years, and now it could be considered one of the most fashionable characteristics. Even if most people tend to think of themselves as creative, that's not always the...

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Are We Endangered by the Stress Epidemic?

Are We Endangered by the Stress Epidemic?

All of us can feel that our society is becoming strongly focused on performance and achievements. We are required to be more competitive and able to withstand everyday challenges not only in our work life, but also in our personal lives. As one of the results, stress...

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Motivate and Engage! But How?

Motivate and Engage! But How?

During the 20th Century many changes happened in the field of employee motivation. At the beginning of the century Henri Fayol approached the topic of motivation with his employees with the question: “Do you think about yourself as a high-value...

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Get your Performance right

Get your Performance right

What is the ultimate goal of People Management? Happier people? Well, maybe, for a purpose. And what is that purpose?  Work performance. We in HR all work on producing the best environment, choosing the best people, working out the best processes, rules, and...

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People Analytics: How To Fool Ourselves Less

People Analytics: How To Fool Ourselves Less

Imagine that you are a Londoner during the latter stages of 2WW when London came under bombardment by German "vengeance weapons" – the V-1 buzz bombs and V-2 rockets. Based on your personal experience and personal experience of other Londoners you have a strong...

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Hello Science, Meet HR

Hello Science, Meet HR

Can HR data analysis be the link? Successful enterprises seek to improve their operations through innovation. For many years, HR could focus only on precise or the most optimized processes. But by doing so a company could fall into the trap of becoming too...

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Does 360 Work For Everyone And How?

Does 360 Work For Everyone And How?

360 Degree Feedback has become one of the most frequently used tool in HR assessment - whether for development or other purposes.  Nevertheless opinions about it are still divided while there are more studies and discussion concerning the different aspects of 360˚...

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Inspiring Stories For Receiving Feedback

Inspiring Stories For Receiving Feedback

We know that the 360° feedback tool is mainly a tool for development: Because of this, we may encounter some interesting and even inspiring stories. Let me share two different stories where we can see a clear impact on career progress. 1. How did receiving...

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10 things you didn’t know about 360˚ feedback

10 things you didn’t know about 360˚ feedback

1. Did you know about 360 feedback that it is the ultimate tool today? Nowadays it’s no longer just the manager who’s creating the content for employee evaluation. 360˚ feedback draws from a wealth of sources, including self-ratings, peer reviews, client...

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3 Ways How to Seem Smarter!

3 Ways How to Seem Smarter!

"No psychologist has ever observed intelligence; many have observed intelligent behavior." Isidor Chein Intelligence is critical for getting ahead in your career. Professionals are required to make critical decisions in an increasingly ambiguous and...

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Are Competencies Still Alive?

Are Competencies Still Alive?

Are competencies still alive? Discussing competencies at the personality level is what those in mainstream organizational psychology have been doing for the past three decades which is the most reliable and valid method for predicting future job...

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Introducing “The Science of Personality”

Introducing “The Science of Personality”

People are the most dangerous and consequential force on Earth. Shouldn’t we know something about them? Personality is a powerful predictor of human behavior – it describes how we learn, work and lead, who we love, what kind of company we keep,...

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