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How People Analytics Informs HR Strategy

James O’Flaherty — November 13, 2019 Let’s face it- technology has our brains inundated with unprecedented amounts of information. As a result, we’ve developed countless platforms and pieces of technology infrastructure that keep us organized, efficient, and profitable. The advent of technology in the business world combined with its future potential makes this an exciting … Continue reading How People Analytics Informs HR Strategy

12 Types of People Entrepreneurs Should Surround Themselves With

Albert Costill — October 16, 2019 There are a number of factors that can make entrepreneurs successful. At the forefront are hard work, drive and constant self-improvement. However, one factor that’s frequently overlooked are the types of people entrepreneurs associate with. This isn’t a revolutionary idea. After all, Jim Rohn famously said, “You are the … Continue reading 12 Types of People Entrepreneurs Should Surround Themselves With

7 Ways Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Workplace Pressure

Harvey Deutschendorf — September 27, 2019 Follow @theeiguy As the pace of change and automation in our workplaces continue to speed up, it is inevitable that the pressures and stressors will continue to rise. Most people feel this and are aware of this happening all around them in their organizations. According to a new Korn … Continue reading 7 Ways Emotionally Intelligent People Handle Workplace Pressure

People Are Not the Problem: Eight Tips for Managing Change Successfully

Darleen DeRosa — September 4, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — September 4, 2019 Pexels / Pixabay Despite the amount of time and money that’s been invested in educating organizations and training leaders in the tools and skills to manage change, results have been uneven at best. OnPoint Consulting’s Execution Gap Survey of 935 leaders found that … Continue reading People Are Not the Problem: Eight Tips for Managing Change Successfully