Are half year evaluations enough for your employees? Over the past few years, there have
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The first week of January is great for reflection. It’s the moment the first New Year’s resolutions go out the window, especially those about more sports and a healthier diet. What remains after the fireworks euphoria settles down, are the plans that will (probably) stick. Today we’re hearing from Peter Kuperus and René Janssen
When we teach children about history, biology or grammar a lot of classroom time is dedicated to children listening quietly. Too many corporate trainings mirror that example. Too bad, because trainings could be so much more effective and engaging. How? By flipping the classroom.
Google recently conducted an internal study to identify the most important qualities of its top employees. They found that expertise in science, technology, engineering and math came in eight. The characteristics that were deemed more important were: being a good coach, communicating and listening well, possessing insights into others, being empathic and supportive to colleagues, thinking critically, solving problems, and being able to make connections across complex ideas. It might be surprising