5 Steps to Prepare for HR Tech Disruption

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The HR Technology industry is booming with investment capital, and this injection has really accelerated start-up innovation. Whether we like it or not, disruptions stemming from AI, gamification and machine learning are taking the recruitment scene by storm. Here are five considerations to help HR professionals prepare for this trend: Don’t assume your current HCM … Read more

3 Key Competencies Within the Perfect Grad

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  Accurately predicting graduate potential TODAY will lead to the greatest payoff in employee performance TOMORROW. Only a couple of years ago, the competencies people were talking about were: complex problem solving, coordinating with others and people management. By 2020, only complex problem solving remains at the top, with critical thinking and creativity shooting up … Read more

Take Control of Your Personality Before it Takes Control of Your Career

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Merit may be steadily driving your career milestones, but your personality could derail that progress at any moment. Professional success is often measured by high intelligence: both cognitive and emotional – coupled with an active ambition and leadership potential. While these characteristics are seemingly advantageous and highly sought after, they all come with a dark-side … Read more

How to Get What You Want Even if it’s Not in Your Nature

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Research indicates that on average, agreeable people earn less money than assertive people. The personality trait dubbed by psychologists as “agreeableness” manifests as your amiability towards others and acceptance of their interests. But this “getting along” mentality prevents us from sticking up for our own interests and asking for what we really want. Without changing … Read more

From “Agile” Software Development to Agile People Development

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If your company hires software developers, then you already know that “agile development” has become the de facto standard. Stated incredibly simply, agile development relies on short typically 2-week production cycles called “sprints” performed by teams, interspersed by “restrospectives” which allow for regular reflection, continuous learning and immediate course correction. Rather than getting bogged down … Read more