Rick YvanovichRegional National DirectorWith the Profiles International South East Asia Blog, it is our mission to help organizational leaders and HR professionals improve their performance and workforce productivity.
In part two of “A Psychologist Looks at Leadership Styles in Business,” we shared with you some tips to be successful in your position as a democratic or an autocratic leader. In part three, part one, we will discuss a key component, a secret element, which will help you be successful with any leadership style.
During the past decade, the number of organisations’ leaders indicating that job stress is a major stress in their lives has doubled. The U.S. Department of Health attributes 70% of work-related physical and mental complaints to stress. And health insurance claims related to stress are estimated to cost organisations more than $300 billion yearly.
On the “2nd Talent Assessment and Development Conference 2014”, in Sales Team Optimisation session, we had Mr. Kalidas Ghose—Deputy CEO cum Head of Retail Banking at VPBank—talked about salesforce building, using his own case study from the salesforce of VPBank.
How many times have you heard your staffs complain about the way you lead them? How many times have you seen your people leaving you, leaving the team just because of your leadership style? Have you ever said to yourself, “I need to change, to make people around me feel comfortable working with me,” and then failed? Remember, it is not easy to change your behaviors or change your style of leading.
In recent years, people have been talking a lot about mindfulness and mindful meditation and how it has a positive impact upon our lives.
The article today will share with you a case study of developing top sales talent for the FMCG sector. This case study was shared at the “2nd International Talent Assessment and Development Conference 2014” by Ms. Tran Thi Diem Khue from Unilever
"Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things"—Peter Drucker
After more than 25 years of sales management experience, let me share 4 steps I believe are essential.
Personnel decisions are too important to leave to chance, and interviews and background checks can only reveal so much information. In this time of uncertainty, it is imperative companies try to surround themselves with as much certainty as possible.
Although your business may be profitable, that doesn't mean you should ignore issues that could be causing serious long-term damage. If you are experiencing high staff turnover, or your new hires are not fitting well with your organization and its values, follow these 6 steps to ensure smart hiring processes and that you get the most out of your people.
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