They want more, but can’t always find answers to their questions. In terms of CSR, a study by the Cegos training group highlights the high expectations of employees in terms of corporate social responsibility.
A strong message, to be widely relayed, even if there is (again and unfortunately still) a gap between theory and practice ….
Pretty good insight from Carol Kinsey about putting the human element at the deep center of the company strategy and how to manage people collaboratively. It’s all the more worthfully true while the situation is still quite complex in many organizations. Common sense is not always common.
Before moving forward to a new year, this is hard time to make some good resolutions and why not considering working on ourselves and motioning some in-depth gut rules for purposely improving how we interact with our environment.
The question is relevant: What is the key to effective leadership? The answer is obvious.
Interesting article raising questions about how to deal with people in the brink of creating true value and long-term performance. Apart of any kind of technology, managing smartly employees is certainly one of the most effective way to ensure massive benefits. Team and people management is an extremely complex job for which social cleverness is fundamental.
Human Capital Management is definitely crucial and even a backbone of any company strategy and development.