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22 Results in category October 2014

Psychometrics Canada announced new research on how specific personality traits characterize leaders and differentiate them from other occupational groups.

Companies that invest more in internal training for their staff recover faster from economic turmoil, according to a new study.

When it comes to the job of finding and acquiring talent, hiring managers are one of the biggest challenges facing HR professionals today, according to a survey conducted by The McQuaig Institute.

Getting the Most from Goals

Agreeing and setting goals is essential to ensuring a productive and driven workforce.

The HR Role in Psychologically Healthy Workplaces

Workplace stress, including fatigue and anger emerging from labour-management disputes, can be concerns for all employers.

Leading the Life You Want (A Review)

A look at Leading the Life You Want: Skills for Integrating Work and Life by Stewart Friedman.

Beyond IQ (A Review)

A look at Beyond IQ: Scientific Tools for Training Problem Solving, Intuition, Emotional Intelligence, Creativity, and More by Garth Sundem.

Danger and Opportunity (A Review)

A look at Danger and Opportunity: Bridging Cultural Diversity for Competitive Advantage by Lionel Laroche and Caroline Yang.

Workplace Flexibility

Workplace flexibility: HR professionals have embraced it and while many are adapting their office to accommodate the wants – and needs – of employees, few really know how to put a successful flexible workplace program into place.

How the World Sees You (A Review)

A look at How the World Sees You: Discover Your Highest Value Through the Science of Fascination by Sally Hogshead.