Melissa Daimler takes a look at organisational behaviours, systems, and practices, to help repair a flagging culture.
Train people well enough so they can leave, treat them well enough so they don’t want to.
– Richard Branson
Brigette Hyacinth explains that how you treat your employees will determine the fate of your company.
Anni Nelimarkka provides a quick overview of the TRANSEARCH Orxestra© Culture Questionnaire and how it benefits your business.Anni Nelimarkka on LinkedIn
TRANSEARCH Orxestra© Culture Questionnaire is an effective way of working with the strengths and weaknesses of the corporate culture. The questionnaire would potentially reveal the specific areas in ... Read »
The 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report identifies 4 trends currently influencing the hiring of talent:
Maria Ignatova on LinkedIn
- New interviewing tools
- Artificial intelligence.
Hiring talent has become highly transactional. The tedious candidate searches, the endless scheduling, and the repetitive screening can be inefficient and mind-numbing. It’s time for a new era of re... Read »
“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
The expression ‘change the culture’ is a misnomer. If elements of what you need tomorrow don’t exist today it is virtually impossible to create them.John O. Burdett on TRANSEARCH International Australia
Nature offers lessons to us all. When the wind blows strongest it is the tree with the capability to bend that survives. Growth based on yesterday’s success, rigidity, strength without agility, ma... Read »
- Justin Bariso on Inc.
It's the foundation behind the happiest marriages and the intangible quality that makes the best teams click. Put simply, it's the key ingredient to all successful relationships. It's called trust. Bu... Read »
In 2012, Google’s People Operations department set out to study hundreds of teams to figure out why some stumbled while others soared. Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and senior editor, provides a detailed review of this research and offers thoroughly fascinating insight into the hallmarks of extraordinary teams.Charles Duhigg on The New York Times
ike most 25-year-olds, Julia Rozovsky wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. She had worked at a consulting firm, but it wasn’t a good match. Read »
- Bernard Marr on LinkedIn
Keep your head down and your nose to the grindstone. That’s what a lot of us were taught to believe about work. But is it really the best strategy? Read »