Entries by Eande Editör

Tips for New Managers

Çiğdem Karadeniz PCC, CPCC, ORSC Career Coach • Your new position Congratulations on your new appointment! But don’t think that everybody is happy for your promotion. Some people are extremely unhappy for not being chosen. They may be jealous of your new position. This is not about you. Some people unavoidably want to see your […]

Looking for the 100%-Fit Candidate? Dream on…

Dr. Dan Harrison Don’t hold your breath. Practically no job candidate has exactly what is needed for the highest level of success on the job. As a hiring manager or HR professional, you are always compromising. Hiring is like dating – if you get close to what you really want and need then you find […]

Do You Have the Guts to Speak Your Mind?

Vince Molarino The courage to speak truth to power is something that all leaders, regardless of station, job description or type of organization, must be prepared to do. That is really the only way to make things better. Complex organizations are full of unhappy, demoralized people who suffer fools and incompetence quietly. Unfortunately, the combination […]

How to Cultivate and Demonstrate Emotional Intelligence

by Samantha Wood In a previous blog, my colleague Ines Temple highlighted the growing importance of Emotional Intelligence in today’s working world, and in particular the value of empathy. You may be asking yourself, “Okay, that’s great information, but how can I exude these qualities in my day-to-day working life?” The key to all this […]

A Good Weapon to Use in the War for Talent

Companies today are constantly in a war for talent. Identifying the right targets and having the ability to capture them is essential to winning. We are looking for the innovative leaders of tomorrow and the competition is stiff. Gone are the days of high unemployment and applicants banging down your door just to get an […]

Your Brain on Change

Joanne Layne Why is change so hard? Despite decades of research, constant experimentation and innovation, it seems that our ability to adapt to and adopt workplace change initiatives has not improved. Far too many change efforts fail completely. Many others proceed very slowly and never achieve the levels of success that were intended. We urgently […]

Building a Cadence of Accountability

Karen Faehndrich Being a truly accountable leader is the only way to build an organisation that can thrive. Read on to know the fundamental principles of accountable leadership. What is Leadership Accountability and why is there a gap? Vince Molinaro examines the concept in his book, The Leadership Contract. He argues that being a truly […]

4 Types of People You Hire

• Type 1: those you should never hire. If you’ve ever hired someone who is a true misfit it’s apparent to everyone else you did something fundamentally wrong. The likely causes: you didn’t look at the resume, you trusted your gut, you didn’t know the job, you hired largely on presentation and personality, you were […]