5 Ways to Inspire and Motivate Underconfident Employees

It can be incredibly frustrating for a manager to watch an underconfident employee constantly fail to realize their potential. You might be entirely convinced of their skills and abilities, yet they’re progressing at a snail’s pace, impacting organizational productivity. Their lack of confidence may be due to a number of factors, and as such, the

5 Employee Training Lessons I Learned From Google News

Depending on your vocation, the word “training” can conjure a drastically different picture. For me, working in a software company, training refers to software adoption and engagement. But training is a much larger concept than what I deal with in my day-to-day.   Inspired by a Google News search for “training” (that came up with

You Are Right; HR Tech Addiction is a Problem

Josh Bersin, founder and Principal at Bersin by Deloitte, has said what many believe but have been afraid to say out loud; HR has a tech addiction. Many organisations are resorting to implementing flashy new software where the benefits have yet to be realized.   In his recent interview with Diginomica, the leading HR Technology

Why So Many Companies Still Shy Away from Shifting HR Data to the Cloud

Time to rip the old school HR management band-aid, and replace the old with the new.   HR departments are the backbone to any company, and they are gaining more respect among departments, but without the proper tools to support,  leadership can lag.   Today’s HR must rely on a constant stream of data to make