Learning To Learn

SuccessFactors

American writer and futurist Alvin Toffler is usually credited with the quote: “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”. But Toffler was paraphrasing psychologist Herbert Gerjuoy, who wrote, “Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the [wo]man who can’t read; he will be the [wo]man who has not learned how to learn.”. And the pace is accelerating.

Embracing The Future: Surviving And Flourishing In The Gig Economy

SuccessFactors

If you’ve been following the trends in the HR world, it’s likely you’ve heard the phrase “gig economy” tossed around in more than a few publications. A quick Google search provides the following definition: A gig economy is a labor market characterized by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. A 2006 report from the U.S. In addition, recent regulations in the U.S. The gig dichotomy.

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An “Action Bias” Can Be Counterproductive

Workplace Psychology

They discovered that goalkeepers almost always jump right or left because the norm is to jump — a preference for action (”action bias”). The goalkeepers jumped to the left 49.3% of the time, to the right 44.4% of the time, but stayed in the center only 6.3% of the time. Analysis revealed that the kicks went to the left 32.2%, to the right 39.2% and to the center 28.7% of the time. 2006). 2006).

How to Give Direct and Clear Feedback

Workplace Psychology

From front-line leaders all the way up to C-suite leaders, I have seen, time and time again, how managers have made a mess in delivering feedback to their employees. “Effective feedback provides the necessary information people need to build on their strengths and to shore up weaknesses.

March Madness: Look Beyond “One Shining Moment” For Lasting Results

SAP Innovation

This is the time of year when sports fans pay attention to college basketball: The NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament – a.k.a. March Madness – officially kicked off with the First Four on March 15 and wraps up with the traditional playing of the song, “ One Shining Moment,” at the end of the championship game on April 4. Not all programs go about team-building in the same manner. The 4.0

What Burnout Is and Why It Isn’t Confined To The Occupational Sphere

Workplace Psychology

Burnout has become serious enough that the World Health Organization (WHO, 2019) included it in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) as an occupational phenomenon, though not a medical condition. Leadership & Talent Development Consultant.

Self-Actualization: Realizing Your Potential

Workplace Psychology

“For of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: ‘It might have been!’” -John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892). When I read these lines by John Greenleaf Whittier, I imagine the sorrow and regret that he must have felt about what might have been. Even though the lines are part of Whittier’s poem about love (titled “Maud Muller”), the overarching theme of regret can be applicable to any areas of life. The concept of self-actualization is not new.

Self-Regard: Warts & All

Workplace Psychology

I’ve been thinking a lot about emotional intelligence and the Bar-On Model of Emotional-Social Intelligence. According to the Bar-On model, “emotional-social intelligence is a cross-section of interrelated emotional and social competencies, skills and facilitators that determine how effectively we understand and express ourselves, understand others and relate with them, and cope with daily demands” (Bar-On, 2006, p. A blind spot is the worst thing you can have. 2006).

I Felt the Fear and Did It Anyway – The Risk I Took to Blossom

Workplace Psychology

“And then the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” Making that decision and taking that plunge was one of the SCARIEST and BEST decisions of my life! Leadership Development Advisor & Consultant.

Talent Management Models for HR in 2020

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Every CEO is on the lookout to acquire only the best talent for his organization. But most of them are unable to identify or develop talent, let alone harness it. To avoid this fate, there are sophisticated and tailored talent management models in place.

The G.R.O.W. Model In Business Coaching – Simple, Concise, and Powerful

Workplace Psychology

It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” (p. After years of searching and seeing what made sense, I eventually returned (very much to my surprise) to the original, wildly popular and widely used, G.R.O.W. John Whitmore, Graham Alexander, and Alan Fine all worked together and, in the mid- to late-1980, they co-developed the G.R.O.W. Shortly after, the three went their separate ways, each one using his own approach to/version of the G.R.O.W.

GROW Coaching Model: The Fascinating Backstory

Workplace Psychology

One of the most popular coaching models in the world is the G.R.O.W. GROW is one of the earliest (perhaps even the original ) business coaching models. THE INNER GAME and THE BIRTH OF MODERN COACHING. Gallwey’s Inner Game approach was extremely influential to the developers of the GROW Model. It is about overcoming the self-imposed obstacles that prevent us from accessing our full potential. 2006).

HR TechStack – Performance Tracking

WhoKnows

Performance management systems are used to manage employee progress, performance, and development in relation to organizational goals. To qualify for inclusion in the Performance Management category, a product must: Facilitate the employee performance review process. The HR TechStack for Performance Tracking Tools. Note: The list is not in any particular order, and the list is constantly updated, bookmark this page for your future reference & fresh data.

Six HR Leaders Inducted into NAHR

HRExecutive

The National Academy of Human Resources inducted its 2015 class of Fellows at its annual dinner and installation ceremony Thursday night in New York. Six HR leaders were recognized by their peers in the academy for their level of achievement, including Mark Biegger, chief HR officer at Procter & Gamble Co.; Barclay, who retired from her post as senior vice president of human resources for The Kroger Co. He was also named HRE ’s HR Executive of the Year in 2010.

“Why you should look to your own customers when hiring for your team” With Fotis Georgiadis & Weiting Liu

Thrive Global

Because they will be the most natural advocates of your product. Most of the time, they already have a strong brand loyalty and likely know the ins and outs of your product. I had the pleasure of interviewing Weiting Liu. How do you think this might change the world?

Book Review: Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) by Wayne Cascio and Herman Aguinis

Workplace Psychology

the student’s/learner’s point of view) and not from an instructor’s perspective. Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) is the newest edition of the Applied Psychology in Human Resource Management textbook by Wayne Cascio and Herman Aguinis. The title has changed with “Talent Management” replacing “Human Resource Management.” Like the 7th edition (published in 2011), Applied Psychology in Talent Management (8th ed.) 2006).