People Management

For decades executive coaching has grown in popularity. It is now at a point where companies will hire a coach to improve the quality of leadership within the organisation. It has been realised that leaders need more qualities than good business acumen and...

Written by: Mindy Hall - entrepreneur.com When a company launches, everyone wears many hats. The CEO may make sales calls and develop products and the CFO may handle HR and order office supplies. The marketing, sales and product teams may all be one and the same. Everyone feels...

Written by: Derek du Preez - diginomica.com Although Coca-Cola Enterprises has a very close partnership with the Coca-Cola itself, the two should not be confused. Whilst Coca-Cola is responsible for corporate strategy, innovation and brand development, Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) is in charge of the production and distribution...

Written by: Richard Feloni - businessinsider.com.au Since joining Google as its senior vice president of People Operations in 2006, Laszlo Bock has seen the company transform into a powerful global company, growing from 6,000 employees to nearly 60,000. With his team, Bock developed management strategies to make...

Written by: humanresourcesonline.net If you have experienced organisational change that has impacted employee engagement and retention negatively, there may be reasons for understanding what has caused this. Caroline Palmstedt, talent management lead for Asia Pacific at Monsanto, shares the neuroscience behind why organisational change can fail. While most...

Written by: Heather R. Huhman It looks like organizations are missing the mark on leadership development. Only 35 percent of U.S. managers are engaged in their jobs, according to a Gallup’s State of the American Manager report analyzing responses from 2,564 U.S. managers surveyed in September and...