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    “The biggest misconception about innovation is that it’s about ideas. It’s not. It’s about solving problems. So the first step to building an innovative team is to hire people interested in the problems you need to solve. If there is a true commitment to a shared mission, the ideas will come.”
    – Greg Satell on Harvard Business Review https://hbr.org/2018/02/4-ways-to-build-an-innovative-team

    4 Ways to Build an Innovative Team

    Greg Satell on Harvard Business Review

    One of the most common questions I get asked by senior managers is “How can we find more innovative people?” I know the type they have in mind — someone energetic and dynamic, full of ideas and ... Read »

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    1 in 5 Highly Engaged Employees Is at Risk of Burnout

    Emma Seppala, Julia Moeller on Harvard Business Review

    Dorothea loved her new workplace and was highly motivated to perform. Her managers were delighted with her high engagement, professionalism, and dedication. She worked long hours to ensure that her st... Read »

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    Roman Molek, Managing Partner at TRANSEARCH International, firmly believes that the Czech and Slovak economies have a great future. Through executive search, Roman has been able to actively contribute to building that future by linking companies with the right experts at the right time. In the following article (in Czech) Roman proudly says “innovate, invent and don’t lose hope for a better tomorrow”.

    Nenechte si ujet vlak, respektive elektro auto: inovujte, vynalézejte a neztrácejte naději v lepší zítřky

    Roman Molek on LinkedIn

    Sociálně slabší, nezaměstnaní, méně vzdělaní, lidé z vesnic a menších měst rozhodli v dalších volbách v řadě o politickém směřování naší země. Ale o jejich osudech a osudu c... Read »

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    Candidate’s often ask us “Can I make it?”. Stuart Carruthers has some tips for those looking for ‘more’ in their careers.

    Can I make it? I should know.

    Stuart Carruthers on The Slade Report

    I often get asked by people who are looking for their next challenge, Can I make it? As an executive recruitment consultant, candidates approach me for all sorts of reasons: seeking career inspiratio... Read »

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    Brigette Hyacinth highlights the importance of motivating and engaging employees in order to achieve business strategies.

    If you Treat Employees like they don't make a difference, they won't!

    Brigette Hyacinth on LinkedIn

    Employees are our greatest asset. Then why do most companies treat employees poorly? Any strategy or business plan relies on motivated and engaged people to make it happen. Read »

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    39 companies that are recognised as excellent employers share their employee retention strategies.

    Employee Retention Strategies: 39 Companies’ Key Methods for Retaining Talent

    Peter Banerjea on Time Doctor

    It's a troubling moment, isn't it? When a valued employee tells you that he or she has found a better opportunity? Employee retention is one of the biggest challenges that companies are facing today. Read »

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    Company cultures need to constantly adapt to changing economies and industries. Getting that culture to begin to move, starts with the organisation’s leaders.

    Change Your Leaders To Change Your Culture

    Jack Zenger on Forbes

    How would you describe the culture of your organization? Some might say, "It's the smell of the place, or, “It’s how things are done around here." Research done on culture and organizational perfo... Read »

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    Candice Lewis has made it a personal mission, from now until Christmas, to not utter any of those tired icebreaker one-liners. What personal development mission are you setting your sights on?

    I officially abdicate from the role of Queen of (Lazy) Small Talk

    Candice Lewis on The Slade Report

    I’m currently completing a Ross Clennett Program – Leadership Coaching for High Performance (highly recommended, BTW). As part of my homework, I explored some of Ross’s previous blog articles as... Read »

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    Anuj Roy, Senior Partner at TRANSEARCH, explains how the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem has recently evolved. Anuj examines the talent landscape of CTO’s from a large and distributed pool of close to 125 home grown companies in India across various stages of growth and location.

    CTO in Internet Companies - Our perspectives and views

    Anuj Roy on LinkedIn

    As the Indian entrepreneurial ecosystem evolved in last decade and half and more specifically in last 7-8 years, a number of internet companies were established focusing on business areas across e-com... Read »

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    David Green, Global Director People Analytics Solutions at IBM, presents key takeaways from the Wharton People Analytics Conference 2017. David covers people analytics, inclusiveness, cognitive diversity, importance of trust, and more.

    Key takeaways from Wharton People Analytics conference 2017

    David Green on LinkedIn

    Last week I attended the fourth edition of the Wharton People Analytics Conference, hosted by Adam Grant and Cade Massey, in Philadelphia. Here are my key takeaways from a fabulous two days. Read »

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