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Millennials: 79 million. Baby boomers: 76 million.
No wonder the younger tykes are increasingly stamping their mark on workplace cultures. Millennials are the fastest growing segment of today’s workforce, and even amidst a prolonged…
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BFP: What do you do?
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Photo: Sports News Africa. Douglas Wakiihuri' s Sotokoto Marathon donates shoes to Lang'ata Women's PrisonContinue
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“I hate managing people” was my client’s opening comment, before we had greeted one another in our usual friendly manner. “Great. Time to stop trying.” was my reply. My client gave me an out of character blank look. “People cannot be managed.” I said. Another blank look.
I meet so many people negatively stressed by their perceived inability to solve so called people problems. After many years of observing and interacting with people I am led to the following…
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Part of Causecast's Memorial Day series examining how Corporate America is finding innovative ways to help veterans through its employee engagement programs. This blog originally appeared in The Huffington Post.
What would the world look like without the…
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A taproot is the core root of a plant that gathers nutrients from lateral roots and delivers them to the…Continue
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By Allison McGuire
Growing up with…
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By Allison McGuire
The 2012 spring…
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I read a great insight in the Virgin Airlines Voyeur magazine on a flight yesterday from performance psychologist Dr. Phil Jauncey:
“There is a big misconception in sport and the corporate arena in which people think you need to get your mind right to perform, but that’s not true.
Mental toughness isn’t the ability to get your mind right before an event, it’s being able to execute when your mind is saying you can’t.”
In the article Jauncey is also quoted as saying…
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The Youth Employment Network is now accepting applications for the Fund for Evaluation in Youth Employment!
"The Fund for Evaluation in Youth Employment" has been set up by the Youth Employment Network (YEN) to contribute to the evidence gap for effective programme design and delivery. The Fund will provide technical and financial support to qualified organizations for designing and conducting their impact evaluation. The Fund’s contribution to the…Continue
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One of the best ways for companies to increase employee engagement while improving their communities is through workplace giving programs. And the most…Continue
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By Chris Marsden, Associate Fellow of the Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility and teaches on the Cranfield MBA programme in the Sustainable Business elective. …Continue
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