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Are Millennials troublesome team players?

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Nov 11, 2016 9:35:31 AM

In the last blog, you properly and eventually found out how much you understood your Millennials. This week, we will answer the question "How to recruit the most effective team consisting of young, energetic people?” we asked you previously, and dive deeply into the "stereotype" that considers Millennials are troublesome team players, but are they?

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Do we really know the Millennials?

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Nov 3, 2016 10:06:32 AM

The managers acknowledge Millennials as the future generation who is the multi-task masters, the tech-savvy users. But ironically, they misunderstand the young generation's needs and wishes. Our November blog series will be all about the Millennials, the new workforce in any corporate. Firstly, let's find out how much we know and understand the Millennials.

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Unstructured interviews reflect the unfairness in hiring

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Oct 21, 2016 10:00:00 AM

A myriad of HR professionals "falls in love" with the unstructured interviews and has been using them for decades; however, there are many studies reveal the incredibility of this selection method. 

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Topics: hiring, Talent Management

Succession planning: The myths can't blind you

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Oct 20, 2016 3:00:00 PM

Previously, we introduced some of the common FAQs about succession planning that you need to know. The last blog of this series, we would like to contribute to you a "surviving guidline" of how to escape from the myths about succession planning. 

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Succession planning: The FAQs you need to know

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Oct 19, 2016 9:19:51 AM

Previously, we believe that you have a brief of how beneficial succession planning is, and you would like to get into more details or start to learn how to implement the succession planning? Here are some of the common FAQs you need to know.

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Succession planning: The influence you can't ignore

Posted by Huy Tran on Oct 11, 2016 3:00:00 PM

Why your companies should implement succession planning? Building and growing your internal talent pool is certainly crucial in order to replace the predecessors for key positions. These are 5 reasons why you should apply succession planning.

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Don't Forget (And Even Ignore) WIFFM

Posted by Huy Tran on Sep 27, 2016 10:00:00 AM

When you set a vision for your company, you definitely need people to buy into your vision and go forward with it; thus, you should find the union of your vision and theirs. On the other hand, you probably need to ask “What’s in it for them?” upon driving people towards your vision.

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Critical You Might Be, But Be an Optimistic Leader

Posted by Huy Tran on Sep 13, 2016 10:00:00 AM

“Leaders are dealers in hope”; therefore, as a leader, you should pursue a positive philosophy which isn’t a mind-set of seeing the world through rose-glinted glasses is a mind-set of knowing how to stand up when falling. An optimistic leader understands his/her employees so well, and knows how to deliver his/ her vision in order to lead people. On top of that, the optimistic leader is also capable of taking a positive impact on their employees. The question is how can you become an optimistic leader?

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Which ingredient spices up the success recipe

Posted by Huy Tran on Aug 25, 2016 10:00:00 AM

IQ (Intelligence Quotient) and EQ (Emotional Intelligence Quotient) are the two prevalent bits of intelligence which develop proportionally. Sarcastically, the majority of people consider IQ as a much more important role than EQ in the success recipe. However, is IQ really a decisive “spice” of your success recipe?

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Topics: leadership, Talent Management

Development - This is Not an Event...It's a Journey

Posted by Thu Nguyen on Jul 28, 2016 8:48:00 AM

So far, we have discussed building a team and motivating each salesperson. But one thing to be aware of is that the market is always in motion, and your salespeople have to learn to adapt to the changes, or you can equip them with more knowledge and sharpen their sales skills to bring more success to the whole organisation.

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Topics: long-term development

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