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Employer Branding: retain or motivate?

One of the main challenges faced by Employer Branding strategy has to do with the ability to retain employees. By “retaining” in talent management, we refer to those actions focused on looking after employees with the best performance, or those considered most valuable, so that they do not want to leave their career plan within the organisation. When expressed like [...]

By |August 28th, 2019|Categories: Eployer Brand|0 Comments

Better employer brand = better talent attraction

Organisations with a better image have more chances of attracting talent that is aligned with their purpose. In today’s modern world, stating that image is more important than ever is nothing new. In the work world, one can understand that potential employees try hard to be as attractive as possible for the organisations they want to be part of. However, [...]

By |August 28th, 2019|Categories: Eployer Brand|0 Comments

Biography Napoleon Hill

Biography Napoleon Hill Napoleon Hill was born in 1883. His family was poor and they lived in the hills of Virginia. When he was 13 years old (1896), Napoleon Hill started writing for his father’s Paper. He used these earnings to enter Law school (Georgetown University). This wasn’t enough so he withdraws. He continued writing and experienced a turning point [...]

By |August 27th, 2019|Categories: Think & Grow Rich|0 Comments

What TED Talks say about Feedback

Earlier, we discovered the importance of Feedback, not only as a tool to give, but also to receive information that allows us to recognise positive behaviours, as well as identify behaviours that we should change, based on feeling more motivated, being more productive and creating synergy in our work environment. For learning more about the feedback process, we want to [...]

By |August 16th, 2019|Categories: FeedBack|0 Comments

Are we ready to receive feedback?

Feedback is the information we receive during effective communication: we speak of an instrument that enables providing an opinion to those around us, work, family, friends, and others. If we look at the use of feedback within organizations, we find that for years, the corporate communication method used to obtain conclusions in companies has been performance reviews, where energy was [...]

By |August 15th, 2019|Categories: FeedBack|0 Comments

Only 18% of managerial positions are held by women

A study conducted by the IBM Institute for Business Value, which included 2300 organisations around the globe, estimated that we are two generations away from bridging the gap between men and women. During a private forum, María Marta Kenny, Regional HR Business Partner Leader for IBM, presented a 2019 study that drew attention to the problems women face when they aspire to leadership [...]

By |August 14th, 2019|Categories: PRESS RELEASE|0 Comments