Archive for the ‘HR and recruitment’ Category

In the U.S. they call it face management. This is to describe those managers who think that they need to see your face or at least to be in or near your space, so as to ensure that you are doing your work…

Ask anyone what they want in life and the chances are the replies will go along the lines of “to be happy”. Happiness is an emotional state and I can teach you how to be happy right now if you wanted…

Where there is life, there is change. We change through action, learning, and commitment. Transitions are periods of risk and possibility. They are a period of danger and opportunity…

Staff

As your business grows there will come a time when you won’t be able to do everything that needs to be done. At that stage it is time to think about hiring the people you need to move on to the next stage.

Growth

Growth is necessary for everything to move forward, be it business or personal. For your business growth there is a certain element of personal growth too…

By now I think most of us are familiar with the latest You Tube sensation that is “Ted Williams.” If you have managed to dodge this story to date here is a quick summary– Ted was a homeless “Wolverine” look alike…

Continuous Self Development is where individuals commit themselves to improving their knowledge and understanding throughout their careers. In this article we will look at why it is important for organisations to encourage personal development.

Consultants are often engaged to help a company when specific expertise is required. For that engagement to be a success, it is vital that the engaging company ensures that the scope of the work is defined and…

To all my Bloggertone friends…I would like to wish you all a very Happy Christmas and I hope that your 2011 gets off to a great start. For many of us 2010 has been a very challenging year. But the good news is…

Facebook is growing at a pronominal rate and now with over 1.7 million Irish Facebookers it’s become a busy place. There has been a massive increase on the number of business pages on Facebook. I very often click the Like button spontaneously and never return to that page…