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What’s the Biggest Obstacle in Succession Planning?

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A company’s life-long success lies in the hand of core employees. Having the right people for key positions will help the organisation leap further to prosperity. Nevertheless, many companies still face difficulties in sorting and identifying the best prospects and preparing them for the key positions that one day they will obtain.

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Topics: Talent Management

Fear of Change Phobia – Why Even Bother with Changing At All?

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Along with the fear of your boss, fear of being wrong, fear of change is one the most common phobias found in the workplace. It is not at all a bad thing, in fact, it is perfectly normal for everyone to feel a bit nervous and uncomfortable when there’s a sudden change in our normal routine.

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Topics: Talent Management

How “Potential” are Your Candidates in the Succession Plan?

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No matter what the scope of your business is, you all need a detailed succession planning to avoid unnecessary issues in the future that can greatly impact the company’s operation and reputation.

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Topics: Talent Management

Professionalism in the Workplace – Do’s and Don’ts

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Each of us has our own definition of “professionalism”. More than just dressing appropriately according to the company’s policies or showing up for work on-time, professional work manners are also defined by your behavioural conduct and communication style at work.

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Topics: Talent Management

4 Elements to a Motivating Life

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We all probably more than once felt like we are at the bottom of a pit, felt lost and had no willingness to get out of it. We all have experienced bad day, everything was just dull and grey. More often than not, this is the time we would feel the most negative about life, we would most likely to give up and call it quit at this point. When you are facing a situation like this, what should you do to keep your mind free of negative thoughts, to keep your motivation level high and to keep thinking positively?

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Topics: Talent Management

5 Principles of Effective Organisational Coaching

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Finding ways to unlock a hidden talent of an individual as well as maximise their performance is not at all an easy task. If you are able to unleash your employee’s full potential, you now have the ability to reshape their attitude, behaviour and even their skill sets in order to encourage them to move forward. Most businesses tend to use force when it comes to change, but this method can backfire. So, how to make your staff be self-aware of the improvement so that they would find ways to increase their productivity?

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Topics: Talent Management

Giving "difficult" high performers special treatment: yes or no?

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A high performer can be 4 times more productive than a normal employee. Having at least one of these star employees in your team can help motivate other members.

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Topics: Talent Management

How to manage the troublemakers in the organisation?

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In our previous post, TRG Talent team has listed 7 most common types of “difficult” employees who bring about various trouble to the team and the organisation. You may not be able to rid yourself of the problems that these problematic employees bring, but fear not as there are different methods of how you can approach and come up with a solution for the problem.

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Topics: Talent Management

7 types of difficult employees

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The workplace is a micro-society where every type of personalities meets up. Sometimes, they blend in perfectly fine, other times, not so much. Whether your company is a small start-up or a big enterprise, it is inevitable that you will encounter at least one not-so-pleasant individual at work. Who are they and how can you, as a manager, handle them well?

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Topics: Talent Management

Don’t let the fear of being wrong holding you back

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In the previous article, we discussed the “fear of being wrong” phobia, what the causes as well as the consequences are. It is worth noting that this phobia is self-inflicted and gradually becomes an obsession that intervenes deeply in both your work and personal life.

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Topics: Talent Management

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