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HR’s Role in the NEW REALITY
Sergey Gorbatov / Ken Somers Publisher’s edition
“Branding and Personal Performance” Individual vs Org; what’s today’s correct balance? Reality check: emphasis should be 70% Org 30% Individual because HR’s role is to help the business transform itself to the “new realities” and this means helping the business better manage the human capital. HR establishes a policy defining what GOOD is supposed to look like. FEEDBACK requires courage. HR BP must give feedback to leaders how they are coming-across. Feedback is the best lubicrant for career growth. “I love engaging with people who are ambitious, hungry for knowledge and growth”.
grabs the DUAL-CAREER dilemma
WHOSE CAREER – YOURS – MINE – OR OURS ?
Quick note from Global Mobility Book Club Fantastic, Ed! Thanks for sharing. Hi everyone, if you don’t know Yvonne, she works at the World Bank and has an extensive experience in relocations and global life. The experiences shared in her book will be a treasure for anyone wishing to support a global corporation, entity, families abroad, pre-expatriation and repatriation. As a current expat in the Middle East, life might seem glamorous and great from the outside but the motions of the experience and the process from start to finish can leave a feeling of not belonging both at home and host. It’s the same feeling as grief. If grief is a hard thing to talk about for you or experience, Yvonne will reframe it beautifully for you from a corporate meaningful perspective. ~ Global_ID_Doula Sandra Corona
His self-Challenge: Learn how-to-swim then Swim the English Channel
“On Saturday the 18th of Sept, I stepped into the salty water of the sea from the beach they call Shakespeare’s beach on the shores of Dover, in the United Kingdom.
I could not believe it, that my moment had finally come to swim the English Channel. It had been a whole three years, since I first announced to the world, that I was going to take on what they call the Everest of the sea.
What made this challenge even harder, was the fact that three years ago, my biggest fear was water and not being able to swim.
My mother at the time, was very ill and was in the last few weeks of her life. In those weeks before she passed, we had many conversations and one such conversation was me telling my mum I was thinking of learning to swim, in order to swim the English Channel. My mother closed her eyes and shook her head in disbelief, then turned to me and said “go for it son, life is just too short”.
A few days later she passed away and it wasn’t too long afterwards I announced to the world that I was going to attempt to swim the English Channel.
I clearly remember my first swimming lesson in a pool no deeper than my waist, learning how to breathe around water and floating techniques.”
BEAT V U C A and the “Black Swan” events popping-up all around us
Introducing author CONNIE JAMESON … DATING and MATING
IRMA V BALIAN, Beirut-based author
PROTOCOL “speaks volumes”
LEARN HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCH YOUR BRAND IN CHINA + ASEAN