- Are MBA’s worth it for HR pros looking to get ahead?
While it used to be the shining jewel in post graduate qualifications, in recent years the MBA’s reputation has lessened somewhat – HC investigates the ROI for HR professionals.
- Adapting to change through coaching
With research showing that the brain is not 'hard-wired' early in life to work in a certain way, Dr Hilary Armstrong outlines how a basic understanding of neuroscience and a good coach can ease fear of change.
- Frontline Intelligence: HR Consulting - Developing authentic leadership
This loss of faith in contemporary leaders has propelled researchers and practitioners to take a renewed interest in the concept of authentic leadership. Margot Zielinska outlines what this encompasses.
- Frontline Intelligence - HR Recruitment: Professional development in HR
HR professionals need to ensure thier own personal development addresses the technical aspects of their role, as well as the business context in which they operate. Lisa Robson outlines the fine balancing act required.
- Coaching lessons from neuroscience
How do you coach effectively in an environment characterised by ambiguity, rapid change and uncertainty? Dr Connie Henson outlines how neuroscience can help people better understand their own behaviour, reinforce change efforts and rewire their brains to make more effective decisions in an unpredictable world.
- Soft skills the path to success
Soft skills are not taught as part of our education and are not easily measured - yet Sandra Banister outlines how soft skills can make a real difference in the hard-nosed corporate world.