The world is changing. So, too, are the skills we expect to find in a manager. An update on the changes in the pipeline with Alexandra Didry, R&D Manager at PerformanSe... I myself find the various studies published by the World Economic Forum in 2015, 2016...
With every passing day, we know a little bit more about how the human brain works. This is because academic research into neuroscience is advancing rapidly…
[HR Guide #5] What does Data Analysis reveal to us about behavioural differences by business sector?
Are all HR people corporate-minded and ready to listen? Are IT engineers all introverted geeks? Are social workers all altruistic?
Our R&D has been selected to the third World Conference on Personality, to be held in Hanoi Vietnam, April 2019. This conference will bring together personality psychologists and psychologists with an interest in personality from the various regions of the world to fully display the different perspectives on personality as pursued in different cultures, to stimulate further cooperation across the cultural borders, and to facilitate the commencement of new research-lines in the field.
360° is a prime approach to improve self-knowledge. Download PerformanSe's HR Guide “Born in the United States in the 1970s-80s under thename ‘360 feedback’, this method proposes to crossmanagers’ self-assessments with the way their professionalentourage sees them. A...
Today, predictive analysis is no longer considered a technology of the future. Many sectors are already using it to optimise management processes, manage risks and fraud, innovate products and services, and for marketing purposes. What about HR? More and more companies are adopting an approach based on data analysis and human interactions. Studies also show that HR departments have a positive attitude towards HR analytics.
Find out what is really driving employee? Discover how to create better “matches” between functions and individuals?
By viewing performance through the prism of results alone, we forget the importance of processes. Yet performance is achieved through activities “in the making”.
Whether we like it or not, a company’s purpose is to generate wealth. It therefore has a constant need to improve its performance.
What are these 21st-century skills that everyone is talking about and, above all, are managers prepared to manage them?