Human Resources

Human Resources

 
What Got You Here Won't Get You There Goldsmith, Marshall | Reiter, Mark Hyperion Books , 2007 Human Resources, Leadership, Personal Growth

There are some leaders who go through life without the need for a career roadmap. Marshall Goldsmith describes these people as “grounded” and as “role models and heroes.” Goldsmith sees his role as helping successful...

 
 
Games at Work Goldstein, Mauricio | Read, Philip John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Human Resources, Leadership, Management, Relationships

Every company engages in some form of game play, whether knowingly or not, yet most companies do not understand the detriment these games can have on productivity and profitability. In Games at Work,...

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Emotional Intelligence Goleman, Daniel Bantam Dell , 1995 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth, Relationships

When people with high IQ flounder, and those of modest IQ do relatively well, it can be argued that the difference is that people are being judged in a new way -- not by being smart but by how they manage themselves...

 
 
Winning the Global Talent Showdown Gordon, Edward E. Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2009 Global Business, Human Resources, Social Responsibility

The world will soon face a massive talent shortage, especially in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Every nation in the world will be uniquely affected by this crisis, and each will...

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The Carrot Principle: Second Edition Gostick, Adrian | Elton, Chester The Free Press , 2009 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

Recognition is an important and powerful tool that managers often do not use to full advantage. However, the effective use of recognition becomes even more critical in turbulent or difficult times when finding and...

 
 
The Carrot Principle Gostick, Adrian | Elton, Chester The Free Press , 2007 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

Numerous organizations employ business leaders who set clear goals, communicate openly, treat people fairly, hold them accountable, and create trusting relationships. However, there’s often something critical missing....

 
 
Diversity: Leaders Not Labels Graham, Stedman Simon & Schuster , 2006 Diversity, Human Resources, Leadership, Management

As technology brings people closer together, our environment becomes more diverse. And while workers from all backgrounds are merging into the global marketplace, businesses are being challenged by a shortage of talent...

 
 
Hot Spots Gratton, Lynda Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 2007 Human Resources, Innovation, Management, Productivity, Teams

According to Gratton, Hot Spots are places and times—workplaces, teams, departments, companies, factories, cities, industries, coffee shops, hallways, and/or conferences—where people work in exceptionally creative and...

 
 
Succeed on Your Own Terms Greenberg, Herb | Sweeney, Patrick McGraw-Hill , 2006 Entrepreneurship, Human Resources, Personal Growth

All successful individuals maintain a defining quality that sets them apart, and often, a clear vision of their own success. Those who know what motivates people and who have a clear sense of purpose and meaning in...

 
 
From Baby Boom to Baby Bust Greller, Martin M. | Nee, David M. Addison-Wesley , 1989 Human Resources

At the end of World War II, America saw the birth rate soar to unprecedented numbers, and then, in the early '60s, "suddenly" plummet. Because of this boom/bust cycle, American business will be left stranded. Corporate...

 
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