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Misunderstanding feedback

‘Giving feedback’ has become so much a part of what is considered good management that we rarely ask ourselves whether it’s effective or question the premise upon which it’s based. 716 more words


Designing the Digital Transformation : Enterprise 2.0 Summit

Everybody is talking about the Digital Transformation. My take about how to initiate the one of your company is to start with listening to people who have started the journey. 52 more words



A Methodist minister is ordained at the Church’s Annual Conference in June. It is a big day, a long day, a memorable day – although not quite as lengthy as in my day. 695 more words

Bible References

Which Personality Traits Are Most Important to Employers?

In a new study published in the journal Perspectives in Psychological Science, psychologists Paul R. Sackett and Philip T. Walmsley of the University of Minnesota analyzed several large data sets of hiring and job performance information to find out which personality attributes companies value most. 213 more words

Deliberate self harm is not necessarily a suicide attempt, and engaging in self harm may not mean that someone wants to die. Most commonly, deliberate self harm is a behavior that is used to cope with difficult or painful feelings.

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Alliance : visite d'une entreprise du 21ème siècle

Alliance est une entreprise de 125 personnes située en Franche-Comté, à vingt minutes de Besançon. Jean-Claude Bihr, son directeur, a eu la gentillesse d’inviter l’équipe d’Operae Partners et nous avons eu la chance en ce début d’année de rendre visite à une entreprise du 21ème siècle. 2,225 more words


HR and Human Capital Trends and Challenges for 2015

By Wilhelm Crous, MD of Knowledge Resources

2015 will bring its own joys and challenges. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to forecast the future and to spot black swans in advance. 1,509 more words

Human Resources