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Performance

Performance Management from an Organizational Standpoint: We Do Not Get Married to Separate!

Performance Management from an Organizational Standpoint: We Do Not Get Married to Separate!

Why do you performance-manage your team members? Is it not good enough that you hire them, give them a contract with all the details, rules and conditions related to the work to be performed and the compensation and holidays they are entitled to? Is it not that clear that if they perform well they can

Case Study

Case Study: Talent Management at Al Bustan Centre & Residence

Talent Management is an interesting subject to explore today more than yesterday! Ever since the study of McKinsey in the late 1990’s & the subsequent “The War for Talent” by Ed Michaels, Helen Handfield-Jones and Beth Axelrod, this topic has been a hit over the last decade. However, are we exerting enough efforts to benefit from

Workplace Gossip

Dealing With Gossip in the Workplace

Managing workplace gossip is important for organizations and for the employees who work there. Here are some important steps you can take as the leader of a team and as an individual to encourage communications that benefit workforce productivity, employee happiness and team collaboration. Dealing With Gossip as a Team Consider a ban on gossip

Team Building

Leading Your Team Through The Rumour Mill

Change is not uncommon.  In fact, it’s pretty much the standard modus operandi in these days of fast changing market conditions. What happens to the workforce in times of change, when the change is not communicated, or worse, it is whispered about in hallways causing speculation to run rampant? Low morale, uncertainty, stress and an awful

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