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To be effective, leadership development should change

Bersin with Deloitte

Leadership is one of society’s and industry’s favorite topics, and—across the globe—we’ve been spending billions in our pursuits to improve leadership for decades—$50 billion a year by some estimates. They also shift with the times, ride trends and quickly come in and out of fashion.

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12 Greco-Roman leadership quotes that can improve your HR

Insperity

We are in the age of information inundation. After all, it was during this period that the principles and ethics of Western society were first formulated. Athens is the birthplace of democracy. These schools of thought are the foundation upon which the modern world was built.

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Conference Twitter Primer #SHRM18

HRmarketer

And now, once again using HRmarketer software, we analyzed the #SHRM18 conference website and tweets to come up with the following Conference Twitter Primer — all the information you need to socially prepare for the world’s largest HR conference! The Basics.

Managing needy employees: 7 tips to avoid a wrecked workflow

Insperity

As a leader, you walk the tightrope between being available to your employees and focusing on work that has to get done. So, how do you manage the needy employee who seems to always be in your office looking for direction or reassurance? When do repeated inquiries and interruptions from an employee tip the scales into neediness? Interrupting managers with small inquiries. Customers or co-workers saying they don’t want to work with the employee.

#SAPRadio: Past Performance Is History—Time For Finance To Become A Predictive Powerhouse

SAP Innovation

There’s major change underway for finance organizations everywhere. According to the panel of Financial Excellence with Game Changers, a program presented by SAP on The Voice America Business Channel, finance can shift the focus from what was to what could be. The program was moderated by Bonnie D. The following is an excerpt from the Feb. Bonnie : The finance function in most organizations has traditionally focused on the past.