A cursory look into how evidence of critical thinking can be elicited from candidates. Have a look at these 70 questions that will boost critical thinking.Read Full Post..
Gen-Y differs from the previous generations in: 1. Relative Recognition – This is a generation that has thrived on competition and peer pressure, growing up. Gen-Ys were raised in a bubble of constant praise and recognition from their families, peers,…Read Full Post..
Pearson TalentLens gathered data and analysed results of a value-based personality assessment, SOSIE. SOSIE is a unique workplace assessment that goes beyond personality to measure values and interpersonal values of an individual. Pearson TalentLens chose to analyse data available for…Read Full Post..
Six steps to identify what’s at risk for your company and determine a cost-effective solution.Read Full Post..
Three things you might want to know about your talent, in creating a sustainable learning culture in your organization.Read Full Post..
Breanne Harris of TalentLens USA explains how to boost your critical thinking skills. The key to developing and maintaining Critical Thinking skills is to ask questions. Asking questions helps us look more deeply at the issue, break it into parts, find blind…Read Full Post..
Onboarding is often overlooked as a formality rather it’s the key to having well-performing employees in an organization. Onboarding presents a great opportunity to gain competitive advantage by creating a committed talent pool that gives desired performance for years. Yet,…Read Full Post..
It is hard to cook a dish properly if you’re missing a key ingredient. And yet businesses often wonder why they have trouble getting innovation right. They know they need creative thinking– and lots of it. But they often lack…Read Full Post..
One of the most critical challenges that many organizations face today is how well they develop leaders. Even when organizations embark on their leadership development journey, they either lack the holistic view of their leadership ecosystem or are driven by…Read Full Post..
The cost of poor communication in organizations is very high. In a 2008 whitepaper by IDC, the cost of employee misunderstanding and poor communication in US and UK businesses was estimated at US$37 billion! Another whitepaper from Project Management Institute’s…Read Full Post..