Human Resources

Human Resources

 
Lost Knowledge DeLong, David W. Oxford University Press , 2005 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

The fact that baby boomers are retiring is probably news to no one. What is not widely publicized is that employees who have spent their entire career, or most of their career, with one company or organization, are...

 
 
The Other Kind of Smart Deutschendorf, Harvey Amacom , 2009 Human Resources, Personal Growth, Relationships

In his book The Other Kind of Smart, Harvey Deutschendorf shows that emotional intelligence can be more important than general intelligence when determining an individual’s personal and professional...

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Exceptional Talent Dinnen, Mervyn | Alder, Matt Kogan Page Limited , 2017 Human Resources

Finding the right employees for key business positions can be time-consuming and costly. With corporate conditions changing at a record-breaking pace, the key positions of the future may not even currently exist. In...

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Time Management for Teams Douglass, Merrill E. | Douglass, Donna N. Amacom , 1992 Human Resources, Management, Teams

The authors go beyond traditional time management which usually targets the individual, and applies the theory to teams and the issue of temperament. It is a matter of enlarging the individual’s perspective so he or...

 
 
Cycles Dychtwald, Maddy The Free Press , 2003 Human Resources, Personal Growth

In past generations, when the average human life span was much shorter, people journeyed along a predictable, linear, chronological path that ran through birth, education, work, marriage, childrearing, retirement, and...

 
 
The Next Level Eblin, Scott Davies-Black Publishing , 2006 Human Resources, Management, Personal Growth

40 percent of new executives fail in their positions within eighteen months of promotion. Could it be that CEOs and executive teams have chosen the wrong person for the job nearly half the time? Scott Eblin doesn’t...

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Talent Edward E. Lawler III Jossey-Bass , 2008 Business Strategy, Human Resources, Management

Although human capital is potentially the most powerful source of competitive advantage, in today’s global business environment, it is becoming increasingly difficult to design organizations that can turn talent into...

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A Manager's Guide to Coaching Emerson, Brian | Loehr, Anne AMACOM , 2008 Human Resources, Leadership, Leadership Development, Management, Personal Growth

In A Manager's Guide to Coaching, authors Brian Emerson and Anne Loehr operate under the premise that without engaging employees on a human level which responds to a coach's leadership, workplace production and...

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Power Mentoring Ensher, Ellen E. | Murphy, Susan E. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2006 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Personal Growth

Today, few employees spend their entire career at one company. Some people move from company to company in search of raises and promotions; while some move from project to project. Employment patterns have also changed...

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The Talent Equation Ferguson, Matt | Hitt, Lorin | Tambe, Prasanna McGraw-Hill Education , 2014 Human Resources, Technology

A massive amount of data is routinely collected and stored by human resources departments, but rarely used to help companies find, train, and retain the right employees. In The Talent Equation, the CEO...

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