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Tag: Organisational Sustainability

training, learning and development in organisations - the new era that the pandemic of covid-19 has speeded up

Is Training, Learning and Development In Organisations Changing?

The process of training, learning and development can be characterised as the methods and activities of education which an organisation may use in order to empower or enhance its employees’ knowledge, skills and attitudes. The ultimate scope of course is to increase effectiveness, productivity and efficiency whilst (possibly) preparing the workforce for higher levels of…
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leadership challenges and core competencies

Linking the Leadership’s Challenges to Life’s

Leadership challenges and leaders’ core competencies are under the microscope for tens of years now. If you have a glance at the Organisational Behaviour science field you can easily identify the various schools of though and alternative points of view on the topic. On the one hand, the “transactional” approaches emphasise on contingent rewards, expectation…
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how to achieve your goals once you have identified a personal direction

How to Achieve Your Goals

How can you achieve your goals? A difficult question with a lot of controversy on the subject… Do you disagree? Some times things are simple, yet some times they can be quite the opposite. Doesn’t the difficulty depend on the goals’ impact, their meaning, their urgency and their significance? What about the required resources and…
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Is High Quality Workforce Important - hiring process - how to choose the right talent from the pool

Is High Quality Workforce Important?

High Quality Workforce – Where Does the Need Come From? For someone to discuss with objectivity if high quality workforce is important, we need first first to look into what drives (or should drive) organisations towards securing a high quality workforce. “Securing” as a verb has the definition of obtaining someone or something whilst using…
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does employee satisfaction matter - employee engagement, loyalty, commitment - innovation and learning culture - competitive advantage - organisational sustainability and survival

Does Employee Satisfaction Matter?

Employee satisfaction is widely drawing attention for decades now. Why is it so important thought for organisations to survive? Let’s take a step back and explore the definition of the word satisfaction. Logically it is the pleasant feeling that you get when you receive something you wanted. Integrating that feeling into a work environment for…
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