2012 July

The Importance of Career and Succession Planning

Many organizations do not realize it, but career growth is a great motivator for employees. it is one of the things that shows that an organization recognizes an employee’s performance and values his/her contribution. Career & Succession Planning ensures that employees knw that they have career growth opportunities with their companies, it is done through […]

Greatness

Greatness is a composite of a rightful mission and a rightful vision facilitated by ethical deeds – Feras Zeidan

Uncertainty and its Effects on Engagement!!

Uncertainty is one of the worst things you can put your workforce through! In the same manner that Certainty and Clarity drive growth and engagement, uncertainty diminishes every effort you’ve previously put through to build the company’s talent capital and the team collectively… Companies put a lot of effort into building their team’s engagement, and […]

My Favorite Quotes

“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” ― Winston Churchill God Grant Me The Serenity to Accept the Things I Cannot Change, Courage to Change the Things I Can and Wisdom to Know the Difference. “People are like the ocean: sometimes smooth and friendly, at others […]

My Personal Experience With “The Paradox of Letting Go”

It was around 13 years ago, when I was just a teenager, I worked for small organization back home to pay for my college fees. During that time I had a great leader working with me over there. That man was always coaching me and my colleagues, both professionally and personally, which is smething that […]

Training Design….. An opinion.

You can not make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear – unless you are exceptional[i](Bray, 2006)[1], now in training, even if you are exceptional, you still have to come up with a great course design so that the course you are delivering comes up exceptionally good and everyone attending gets the same results […]

Being a Chief Engagement Officer

  The more I research the subject of “Engagement” the more I see that all companies want an engaged workforce, but they either do too little to make it happen or they concentrate too much on material assets, fixtures, etc…. and they leave the human aspect of the story uncared for. For Engagement to happen, […]

Assessment and Evaluation of Training Programs

    “The main reason for evaluating is to determine the effectiveness of a training program. When the evaluation is done, we can hope that the results are positive and gratifying, both for those responsible for the program and for the upper level managers who will make decisions based on their evaluation of the program.” […]

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