Here’s an interesting snippet from the Guardian.co.uk – especially in light of the current debate about immigration into the United States: With the financial crisis a thing of the past, the authorities in Singapore are looking at ways of letting in a fresh wave of immigrants. This year 100,000 foreign workers should be needed to […]
Just saw the following note on the Employee Relocation Council’s Newsroom: “Staffing international organizations with enough skilled employees has become increasingly difficult, largely due to the complexity of competing in the global marketplace. Daniel Hanyzewski, Nike Inc.’s global staffing director, says Nike could grow its business significantly more if it could effectively staff global management […]
One of the things I have learned during my career is the need to develop synergy between both hemispheres of the brain. In order to be truly effective, we need to use the logical and analytical left side of our brain without neglecting the creative and intuitive right side of the brain. Most analytical, logical, […]
Damian Thompson reveals unexpected turmoil, confusion and poor organization behind the scenes in the preparations for Pope Benedict XVI’s keenly awaited visit to Britain. He claims the trip has been hijacked by a Blairite cadre. Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain was always intended to be on a smaller scale than that of John Paul II […]
I do a fair amount of public speaking so I am always thinking of themes that are discussed in my book and which relate to leadership and business. Dealing with adversity is one such theme. When I wrote my memoir, “Driving Straight on Crooked Lines: How an Irishman found his heart and nearly lost his […]
Flexible working is the most valued benefit for employees, ahead of material perks such as bonuses, according to a new PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) survey. Managing Tomorrow’s People explores the work aspirations and expectations of 1,167 professionals across the UK. Flexible working arrangements were rated the most important benefit by 47% of those surveyed, above performance related […]
New Memoir About Life in the Controversial Legion of Christ by a Former Member Reveals Insights into the Double Life of Founder Father Marcial Maciel
Press Release TRUMBULL, Conn., May 26 /PRNewswire/ — As Vatican-watchers await the appointment of a papal delegate to oversee the Legion of Christ, a new memoir by a former member claims that few Legionaries were aware of the double life led by their founder, the late Father Marcial Maciel. Driving Straight on Crooked Lines: How […]
The May, 2010 of the “IE Update” Newsletter provides the following abstract of a research study on Emotional Intelligence. The study refers to the “MSCEIT” one of the instruments that Keogh & Associates Consulting, LLC uses in our approach to team and leadership development. Clarke, N. (2010). Emotional intelligence and its relationship to transformational leadership […]
From an article by Sanchia Temkin: “Expatriates are not a dying breed.. They are still very much part of the business strategies of many companies seeking to expand their activities beyond their homes bases,” said Siobhan Cummins, MD for Europe, the Middle East and Africa of ORC Worldwide.” However, expatriate assignments are changing, with assignments […]
For several years now, we have been delivering team-building seminars, highly rated by our clients based on the measurable results we have achieved. It has just dawned on me that I do these programs a great disservice by calling them “team building.” Sure, we use elements of traditional team development activities. But, I’ve belatedly realized […]
Published two books, available on Amazon.com: "Driving Straight on Crooked Lines: How an Irishman found his heart and nearly lost his mind." "La historia de un Legionario de Cristo irlandés: De cómo encontró su corazón y casi perdió la razón”
Publicó dos libros, disponibles en Amazon.com: "Driving Straight on Crooked Lines: How an Irishman found his heart and nearly lost his mind." "La historia de un Legionario de Cristo irlandés: De cómo encontró su corazón y casi perdió la razón”
Corralling the ‘Horses’ to Staff the Global Organization of 21st Century Just saw the following note on the Employee Relocation Council’s...
Left and Right Brain: Creativity and Logical thinking One of the things I have learned during my career...
A muchas pymes, les falta “músculo en formación”, para enfrentarse a la competitividad global Esa cultura del “mejor pocos que mal acompañados” eliminará del...
Nosotros somos los únicos que podemos cambiar nuestra vida Un día, cuando los empleados llegaron a trabajar, encontraron en...
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