SUCCESS NUGGETS

SUCCESS NUGGETS Bite-sized recipes to achieve greater heights. Dear friends, as we reach the end of the year, I thought this would be a good time to reflect what each of us has become and accomplish over the last 12 months. For the coming year, let us continuously remind ourselves of the things that make us effective and great, to set new heights for the coming...

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7 Ways to Start Building Your Leadership Skills Today (No Matter Where You Are on the Ladder) By TIFFANY PHAM

Regardless of where you are on the career ladder right now, there will be a point when you’ll be handed a leadership role and your team will expect you to hit the ground running. Maybe you’re aiming to lead an initiative, chosen to lead a team project out of the blue, or given the opportunity to apply for a management position earlier than you thought. Whatever the...

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HOW TRAINERS CAN HELP SPOT SIDELINED EMPLOYEES AND RETURN THEM TO THE STARTING LINEUP

HOW TRAINERS CAN HELP SPOT SIDELINED EMPLOYEES AND RETURN THEM TO THE STARTING LINEUP Businesses must do more to prevent dedicated employees from feeling alienated to the point that all they do is the minimum at work while waiting for their shift to end. Here are 5 specific ways trainers can help motivate and engage sidelined employees. Posted: November 11, 2016 Article...

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WITHOUT THESE 3 SOFT SKILLS, PROGRAMMERS MAY STRUGGLE TO LAUNCH THEIR CAREERS

Communication, empathy, and the ability to mentor are key for aspiring programmers. Posted: November 18, 2016 Article Author: Weiting Liu, Founder and CEO, Codementor Coding is essentially the underpinning to our lives, from the Internet of Things (IoT) spanning smart appliances to wearables, business and lifestyle apps, and toys that teach kids how to code, build, and...

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5 Ways to Engage Middle Management (by Sirmara Campbell Twohill on February 10, 2016)

5 Ways to Engage Middle Management Middle managers often feel like they are on the front lines alone, and they crave feedback and advice from their managers and company leaders. Article Author: By Sirmara Campbell Twohill, Chief Human Resources Officer, LaSalle Network Gallup recently published a report, The State of the American Manager 2015, and found that only 35...

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Turning up the heat on training by Akankasha Dewan on 09/09/2015 Wed 10:24 in All markets

Turning up the heat on training As corporate training processes get increasingly complicated, keeping them relevant and delivering them effectively becomes a massive challenge for L&D heads. Akankasha Dewan explores the best practices of high-impact learning organisations, and the ways they bring clarity to the training processes. Over the past few years the learning...

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Want to give your staff a brain boost? by Jerene Ang on 09/09/2015 Wed 12:38 in All markets

Want to give your staff a brain boost? With an increasing focus on the productivity of employees, what if we told you that if you let your employees take this pill, they could perform better with little or no negative side effects? Sounds like a movie? Well, according to a recent meta-analysis by researchers from the University of Oxford and Harvard Medical School, a...

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The 6 skills chief HR officers must have today by Jerene Ang on 4/09/2015 Mon 11:28 in All markets

When asked whether the HR function today deserves a seat at the C-suite table, it might be tempting to answer with a resounding “yes” – but do HR leaders today really have the skills required to make a valuable contribution to the business? A recent study by Aon Hewitt recorded insights from 45 chief human resources officers (CHROs) at leading global...

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Demand for niche skills to drive pay rises in Malaysia in Malaysia by Aditi Sharma Kalra on 29/01/2015

High performers will be much sought after, and are expected to command multiple job opportunities and counter offers, in Malaysia’s “candidate-driven” market in 2015. With a growing number of multinational corporations looking to set up base here, combined with a limited pool of candidates to recruit from, Robert Walters’ new annual report anticipates pay...

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Employees in Malaysia are “desperate” for training in All markets by Jerene Ang on 03/03/2015

Despite business leaders worldwide acknowledging the importance of corporate training in fostering organisational growth, bosses in Malaysia are still not harnessing the full potential of learning and development in their companies. According to a 2015 survey by Cegos, there was year-on-year drop in the number of employees trained in the country – from 93% in 2014 to...

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The Necessity of Ongoing Training by Excerpt from “Seven Disciplines of a Leader” by Jeff Wolf (Wiley, 2014).

Training is crucial to your company’s future, as it creates a pipeline of talent that positions your company for success It motivates employees by sending a strong message about their worth to the organization. It creates enthusiasm and improves work quality and morale. Finally, it boosts productivity. Trained employees are always more productive. When Jack Welch was...

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The Employee Development Dollar Debate by Kris Dunn

Let’s face it; any time we talk about employee development, we talk in glittering generalities. The thought process goes something like this: “Everyone needs to be developed. We’re going to invest in you and make you better.” But you and I both know that not everyone wants to be a star. There are a lot of people in your company that just want to do their job,...

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Set up skills training centres, companies urged

KUALA LUMPUR: Private companies are encouraged to set up training centres specialising in skills training in an effort to produce more skilled workers. Human Resources Minister Datuk Seri S. Subramaniam cited landscaping as one of highly sought after skills needed by the job market. He was speaking to reporters after launching the Enrich Focus Training Centre, which...

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Don’t freeze professional development

As a nice segue from my last column about the grim state of employee retention programs, this column focuses on how you can keep professional development on the employee goals table without spending a fortune. Figuring out a way to keep some consistency and forward movement in staff development is critical to keeping your company goals moving forward. I’ve been able to...

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Employee coaching ‘helps raise performance levels’

There is a stronger case than ever for offering employee coaching in the workplace, a leading human resources body has claimed. New research conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) highlights coaching as a cornerstone of high performance. By focusing on the professional development of individual employees, employers can manage change...

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