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5 Steps for a Better Career

BY YUN SIANG LONG – http://www.l-a.com.vn/news/detail/1117/5-steps-for-a-better-career.htm These are five small steps in your career success planning that will determine how far and how fast you can achieve that big success. Take time to reflect and ponder on these tips and guide for a successful career. In my work as a department head, I have to  Full Article…

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Training staff to solve their own conflicts

In an article on SHRM in 2005, the author Kelly Mollica stated: “If your staff often come to you to complain about the others and if you think it is your business to solve their conflicts, it is high time you said ‘No’. Instead, you need to train your staffs to solve their problems themselves.”  Full Article…

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Time to change your CEO?

By Jukka Sappinen, CEO, Extended DISC International – http://www.l-a.com.vn/news/detail/1156/time-to-change-your-ceo.htm Long time ago, when I was a young consultant, I was with a seasoned CEO sitting in his huge office. I was there to help him use our assessments within his organization. It turned out I wasn’t able to help him as much as he was  Full Article…

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Are You Ready To Outsource Your Human Resources Function?

By Lawrence M. Bienati – http://www.l-a.com.vn/news/detail/1161/are-you-ready-to-outsource-your-human-resources-function.htm Many organizations are contemplating outsourcing their human resource (HR) function. The decision to outsource or “in-source HR” depends on current and future organizational direction, size and complexity. Also, certain HR process areas are easier to outsource than others. This paper provides a framework that will help you assess whether  Full Article…

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Risk and Leadership

by Oxford Leadership Academy on Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 12:29am · To laugh is to risk appearing a fool. To weep is to risk appearing sentimental. To reach out to another is to risk involvement. To expose feeling is to risk rejection. To place your dreams before the crowd is to risk ridicule. To  Full Article…

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3 Steps to Creating Your Career Development Plan

BY DOROTHY TANNAHILL-MORAN If you are pondering your career direction and how to get where you want to be, there are some simple steps you can take that will help you come up with a plan. Let’s not be confused by the word “simple.” Sometimes the simplest of concepts or steps can be tough to  Full Article…

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The diffence between Leaders and others

When leaders make a mistake, they say, “I was wrong.” When followers make mistakes, they say, “It wasn’t my fault.” A leader works harder than a follower and has more time; a follower is always “too busy” to do what is necessary. A leader goes through a problem; a follower goes around it and never  Full Article…

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7 Habits of Highly Ineffective Leaders

1. Focus only on winning and prove yourself to be better than anyone else 2. Surround yourself with ‘yes men’ who are dependent on you 3. Be impervious to criticism and blind to alternatives 4. Isolate youself from the real world 5. Value loyalty more than ability and fitting-in more than expertise. 6. Make political  Full Article…

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Question 1 Tell me about yourself ?

Question 1 Tell me about yourself. TRAPS: Beware, about 80% of all interviews begin with this “innocent” question. Many candidates, unprepared for the question, skewer themselves by rambling, recapping their life story, delving into ancient work history or personal matters. BEST ANSWER: Start with the present and tell why you are well qualified for the  Full Article…

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Steve Jobs & Your Human Resources Career – Could You Survive His “Elevator Ride” From Hell?

By Alan Collins – http://successinhr.com/steve-jobs-human-resources Steve Jobs was an icon. His impact on our society, how we live and how we communicate with each other was enormous. And, may never be equalled. What I admire most is that he set high expectations both for himself…and also for his employees. Nothing illustrates this more than a  Full Article…

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HR Salary Low? Here Are 6 Reasons You May Be Underpaid…

Most HR folks would love to take home a higher salary.And it’s not like we don’t try to increase our HR salary.We work long hours.We attend SHRM conferences, training programs and use career coaches and workplace mentors.We even bond with our bosses to make sure we’re all operating from the same song sheet. However, a  Full Article…

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Are You Ready To Step Up Your Game in HR?

by Alan Collins – http://successinhr.com/step-up-your-hr-game Are you ready to step up your HR game?Do you think this article — which consists of nothing but QUESTIONS — could help you do that?Well, I do, but why don’t YOU be the judge by giving me your opinion by commenting below once you finish reading it, okay?Should we  Full Article…

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What To Do If You’re Passed Over For A Promotion in HR…

by Alan Collins – http://successinhr.com There are TWO ways to deal with getting passed over. You could set up a follow up meeting with the decision-maker that rejected you and explain that they had made a mistake.While you’re at it, tear down the person they actually selected, indicating that this person has some major “flaws”  Full Article…

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Just Lost My HR Job – Now, What Do I Tell My Kids?

by Alan Collins http://successinhr.com I got this question by e-mail a few days ago from an HR director with two kids.I told him I’d post the answer to his question here. Dennis, here you go… If you’ve lost your HR job, after you’ve shared the news with your spouse, then both of you need to  Full Article…

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