Human Resources

Human Resources

 
Igniting Gen B and Gen V Ahlrichs, Nancy S. Davies-Black Publishing , 2008 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

To compete in today’s marketplace, corporations need to develop employees that do more than just show up every day to work: employees need to be engaged in their work. Unfortunately, companies have historically...

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Practical Intelligence Albrecht, Karl John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2007 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth

Determining that IQ, as a singular measure of competence, could no longer be supported, Harvard professor, Howard Gardner, proposed (in Frames of Mind, 1985) a range of key competencies, which he calls multiple...

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Social Intelligence Albrecht, Karl Jossey-Bass , 2006 Human Resources, Major Works, Personal Growth, Relationships

Having pondered why some people with very high IQ scores fail miserably in their personal lives, Harvard professor Howard Gardner, concluded that the concept of “intelligence,” as a singular measure of competence,...

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The Trophy Kids Grow Up Alsop, Ron Jossey-Bass , 2008 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

The millennial generation – comprised of individuals born between 1980 and 2001 – is shaking up the workplace. A polarizing generation that is both admired and critiqued, millennials are serious about changing work...

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Critical Condition Barlett, Donald L. | Steele, James B. Broadway Books , 2006 Human Resources

In Critical Condition, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalists Donald Barlett and James B. Steele go behind the scenes of the health care system, citing evidence that American spends more on...

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Mass Career Customization Benko, Cathleen | Weisberg, Anne Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2007 Human Resources, Leadership Development

The path to success in the corporate world looks very different than in the past. Organizational structures have changed; they have become flatter, resulting in fewer management positions. Employees’ views about work-...

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Who Says It’s a Man’s World Bennington, Emily AMACOM , 2013 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Personal Growth

There are more women than ever entering the top echelons of management, but that does not mean it has become easier to advance. In fact, career-transition consultant Emily Bennington has found that ambitious women...

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Presenting Learning Bingham, Tony | Jeary, Tony ASTD Press , 2007 Communication, Human Resources

Workplace learning can help businesses achieve greater success. Unfortunately, its value is often underrated and easily underestimated. It is up to the professional spearheading workplace learning initiatives within...

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The Target Blakesley, Stephen J. Tate Publishing & Enterprises LLC , 2010 Human Resources, Management

Most business managers will attest that good people are a company’s most valuable resource, and of course motivated managers want to maximize the performance of their teams. They want a process of selection and...

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Onboarding Bradt, George | Vonnegut, Mary John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2009 Human Resources, Leadership Development

In Onboarding, authors George Bradt and Mary Vonnegut provide a how-to guide for establishing a Total Onboarding Program designed to acclimate any employee taking on a new role within an organization....

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