Diversity Training: Symbolic Act or a Step in the Right Direction?

In June 2019, Vancouver welcomed close to 8,000 advocates, researchers, policy makers and global leaders from over 160 countries gathered at the 2019 Women...

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5 Ways HR Can Support A Sales Focused Workforce Improve Sales

The role of an HR department has grown in the past few years. HR professionals now find themselves responsible for the employer’s brand and...

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5 Steps To Make Your Workplace More Friendly For Introverts

Relatively speaking, Introversion v/s extraversion essentially refers to one’s preference for managing energies – Basically it is about “how” you recharge your batteries. For clarity,...

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Unlocking Your Quietest Talent: Inspiring the Introvert

When trying to uncover the latent greatness of the introverts amongst us — and within us — we should be inspired by the words...

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The Allure Of An Ongoing Learning Culture: “Are You There, Yet?”

“Yet” is a very small but powerful word. It completely changes the feeling around statements that would otherwise be negative or discouraging. “I can’t do...

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10 Tips to Create a Winning Remote Company Culture

It is predicted that 38 per cent of full-time staff will be working remotely in the next decade. Reasons for increased remote staff include...

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Strategic Workforce Planning: Staking Out Future Workforce Success

 Organizational success rests on the preparedness of its workforce. In turn, any business strategy can only succeed when we have the necessary talent to...

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7 Ways HR Facilitates the Learning Curve

Organizations exist to create value. In turn, organizational value is created through people. It is unfortunate then, that too many organizations rarely associate value with...

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