•   The emergence of cutting edge technologies has brought drastic changes in the world of business.  In today’s fast-paced world of business, the ability to adapt must be necessary in order for the organization to maintain its foothold in the market. Being able to adapt to new methods is a characteristic any successful organization must […]

  • Human Resource has undergone a numerous process of transformation over the past decades. By recognizing the critical linkage between talent management and business success, business executives are now asking for their HR functions to play a vital role in strategic planning in order to achieve the company’s objectives. Aside from playing a strategic role in the […]

  • This coming Sept. 6, we shall name the latest winners of the ASEAN Business Awards 2017. The ASEAN Business Awards is a regional search for exceptional enterprises which have contributed to the economic and socio-cultural development of the region. These enterprises have grown not just in their home countries, but have also conquered and made […]

  • I write this from Manila, Philippines, where I am training 50 wonderful executives and managers in the discipline of executive coaching — and we are having a second typhoon in a single week. Many subscribers email from all over the world asking: Does executive program apply and work in their culture, or not? Today is […]

  • Of the coaches in the market, 95 percent work at a low to middle level of organizations. How do you get to work with senior leaders – even if you don’t have a best-selling book or don’t have a famous name in the coaching world? I know the answer, because I’ve done it, still do […]

  • By: Catlyn Origitano, October 2016 What do clowns, claws, and compliance all have in common? Hopefully, the answer is not that they all cause you to tremble in fear! While we can’t do much to help you with your coulrophobia, our guide can help you face the horrors of HR. Not only will we spell […]

  • By: Josh Bersin, October 2016 This article is originally posted in Josh Bersin’s blog: First, tools for engagement, pulse surveys, feedback management, and culture assessment will be white hot. Not only are these tools now becoming critical infrastructure for companies trying to understand their employee’s needs, they are becoming integrated with performance management, leadership assessment, […]

  • By: Dan Schawbel, November 2016 This post originally appeared on the Forbes site: Between 2016 and 2017, the job market will continue to improve causing both job seekers and employees to have more leverage, which will cause salaries to increase and employers to invest more job advertising, staffing firms and employee benefits. Depending on who […]

  • By: Will Staney, April 2016 Here are the talent acquisition trends which are originally posted on the Ere Media blog: Talent acquisition has undergone a significant transformation in the last five years. With 76% of the online population now on social media, it has never been easier to find and source candidates online. However, the social web has […]

  • By: Karl Larson   Management consulting involves diagnosing the existing organization of its problems and challenges, proposing solutions and implementation and evaluation those strategies. A management consultant is an adviser to help management improve their overall business. Management consultants are needed in almost every type of business to identify the exact needs of business organizations […]

  • By: Andrew Neitlich Center for Executive Coaching   Sometimes it is fun to imagine what it would be like to coach characters from literature, history, the Bible, television/movies, and even comic books (for instance, imagine coaching Clark Kent to have more leadership presence). Recently, Willie Wonka and his chocolate factory came to mind. Let’s say […]

  • By: Andrew Neitlich Center for Executive Coaching   Following is a coaching conversation, in the spirit of parody, that is about  career coaching on the surface. However, it’s really about a couple of other things, too: the risks when leadership provides coaching to employees, and their agenda is different than pure professional development; what can […]

  • By: Andrew Neitlich Center for Executive Coaching   Following are three of the top insights that came out of our recent coach certification seminar. As always, this event brought great people from around the world to the Center for Executive Coaching. One: The key coaching conversations are deceptively simple Members of our program are already-successful […]

  • By: Enrique Abadesco WE ARE in the age of the “unthinkable”, the era of volatile and unpredictable change & a world where the new rule is that there are no constant rules. In such a world, organizations, in order to survive & prosper, need to transform towards a shared sense of the future, an agile […]

  • Transformation Management – A Corporate Imperative By: Karl J. Larson, PhD Transformation Change Efforts can be forced upon an organization by pressure from an external environment for example: a. Technological developments b. Loss of traditional markets c. Government regulation or deregulation d. Environmental factors e. Different social and cultural values Or change can be initiated […]

  • Strengths, a focus on an individual’s capacity to perform, looking specifically at areas of high performance is a concept that stemmed from the educational research of the 1950’s. The original notion focused on generating gains in development by investing in what people naturally do best. It stands to reason that people are motivated and enjoy […]

  • Three months have elapsed, let’s nail 2015 down by knowing the major trends of talent, leadership and HR challenges around the world. Deloitte’s 2015 Global Human Capital Trends report shows their research result which involved surveys and interviews with more than 3,300 business and HR leaders from 106 countries. The survey asked HR respondents to […]

  • Love makes the world (and the workplace) go round. And when it comes to your employees, there’s no greater way to keep them feeling loved than to have a healthy and supportive working relationship with them. This was the key finding in Virgin Pulse’s latest survey, which took views from more than 1,000 full-time employees in […]

  • Saville Consulting Wave- British Sugar Case Study on Talent Acquisition and Development   Recruitment is the vital HR process that should and always be prioritized by organizations. Its critical aim is to equip the organization with the right employees, attracting the right talent in the defined quality and within a defined time. It serves as […]

  • Employment bliss can happen for both you and employees–if you hire for retention.   One of my biggest hiring rules of thumb is to make sure the job candidate knows that I’m a candidate as much as he or she is a candidate. I only hire the best people, and since they are the best, […]

  •   What would your life look like if you had absolutely no fear? What kinds of things would you do if you lived from a frame of reference that your thoughts literally could form your world? How brightly would your light shine if you stepped out of the limitations that are keeping you small and […]

  • More companies have embraced the idea of talent branding. Indeed, recruiting has become more like marketing, except its to prospective employees rather than customers. A recent report from LinkedIn Talent Solution has explained the similarities between marketing and recruiting.   Talent branding is what talent thinks, feels, and shares about your company as a place […]

  • Saville Consulting- Royal Berkshire Case Study on Selecting and Developing Leaders   Are leaders born or made? This has been an underlying question organizations have pondered. Aspiring applicants and employees can have the capacity to be great, but does this potential fit their individual interest, team values and the developmental approach they use in their […]

  • Being featured on a “best places to work” list is an achievement many companies strive to earn. Many companies don’t realize that they may already possess the qualities that make those featured companies worthy of praise. How can employers be sure their organization is deemed a great place to work by employees — even if […]

  • Research over the last decade has made a convincing case that companies whose employees feel highly engaged outperform companies with less engaged ones in just about every important metric: growth, profitability, productivity, innovation and so on. Not surprisingly, research also shows that managers can have a big effect on how engaged their people feel. So […]

  • Joe Smith (not his real name) is interviewing for a sales representative position with XYZ Manufacturing Company. They ask him questions about his experience and background, and eagerness to sell. He shows enthusiasm and excitement for the job, and gives examples of successful past experiences. Joe seems like a good fit, and he’s hired. But […]

  • The movie Whiplash — the story of a young talented drummer and his demanding and ruthless teacher — is garnering a lot of attention (it’s been nominated for five Oscars) and it’s also kickstarting a lot of discussion. What is the role of a teacher or coach? To what lengths should we go to elicit […]

  • The way we do work is always changing. As new technology continually makes us more efficient, and evolving collaboration strategies have a noticeable impact on the dynamics within the workplace, every organization finds itself dramatically different at the start of a new year from the way it was 12 months ago. The year 2014 was […]

  • New Tool to Help Global Companies Recover from Downsizing and Emerge Stronger Louis Allen Worldwide, a global leader in organizational effectiveness, is teaming with The Conference Board, the global business membership and research association, to be the first to offer the Global Employee Engagement Survey, which provides a dramatic improvement in the ability of global […]

  • HURIS has partnered with McClelland Consulting to introduce to the Philippines the most powerful and accurate psychometric assessment: the Saville Wave. Developed by the Saville Consulting Group, the Saville Wave is a revolutionary tool that measures motives, talents, preferred culture and competency potential in one dynamic online questionnaire. It helps Organizations assess potential candidates for […]

  • by Ramon S. Medina, DPM Graduates from a school environment who enter the real world of business try to “find his place in the sun”. During the early working days, the employee just wants to have something to do in an organization so he could say to everyone that he has work, earns a living […]

  • by Mark Bashrum Social and economic circumstances in today’s business environment have redefined what it takes to lead and who is considered a leader. These often opposing forces are disrupting organizations at all levels and are challenging the established roles, responsibilities and competencies leaders require. Empowered by technology, employees have changed the traditional corporate workflow. […]

  • Corporate Strategic Planning

    Systematic process of determining goals to be achieved in the foreseeable future.

  • Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) is the provisioning of high-level tasks to a third party organization or to a different group in a different geographic location. The KPO services are highly dependent on the depth of knowledge, experience and judgment factor of talents carrying out the activity.

  • Executive Coaching is an efficient, high impact process that helps high-performing people in leadership roles improve results in ways that are sustainable over time. This is an individualized approach to the development of leaders that builds on the capability to attain short and long term organization objectives.

  • Employee Engagement Metric
    Increasing Employee Engagement has shown a direct impact on the organizations’ business performance over time.
    In partnership with Louis Allen Worldwide, HURIS is bringing to the Philippines the online survey on Employee Engagement.

  • Love makes the world (and the workplace) go round. And when it comes to your employees…

  • As new technology continually makes us more efficient, and evolving collaboration strategies have a noticeable impact on the dynamics within the workplace…

  • Three months have elapsed, let’s nail 2015 down by knowing the major trends of talent, leadership and HR challenges around the world.

  • What would your life look like if you had absolutely no fear? What kinds of things would you do if you lived from a frame of reference that your thoughts literally could form your world?

  • Being featured on a “best places to work” list is an achievement many companies strive to earn. Many companies don’t realize that they may already possess the qualities that make those…

  • Are leaders born or made? This has been an underlying question organizations have pondered.

  • One of my biggest hiring rules of thumb is to make sure the job candidate knows that I’m a candidate as much as he or she is a candidate.

  • Graduates from a school environment who enter the real world of business try to “find his place in the sun”.

  • Louis Allen Worldwide, a global leader in organizational effectiveness, is teaming with The Conference Board, the global business membership and research association…

  • WE ARE in the age of the “unthinkable”, the era of volatile and unpredictable change & a world where the new rule is that there are no constant rules. In such a world, organizations…

  • More companies have embraced the idea of talent branding. Indeed, recruiting has become more like marketing, except its to prospective employees rather than customers.

  • HURIS has partnered with McClelland Consulting to introduce to the Philippines the most powerful and accurate psychometric assessment: the Saville Wave.

  • Strengths, a focus on an individual’s capacity to perform, looking specifically at areas of high performance is a concept that stemmed from the educational research of the 1950’s. The original notion focused on generating gains in development by investing in what people naturally do best. It stands to reason that…

  • Social and economic circumstances in today’s business environment have redefined what it takes to lead and who is considered a leader. These often opposing forces are disrupting organizations at all levels and are challenging the established roles, responsibilities and competencies leaders require.

  • Saville Consulting Wave- British Sugar Case Study on Talent Acquisition and Development

  • What Are You Doing to Keep the Best of the Best?
    The movie Whiplash — the story of a young talented drummer and his demanding and ruthless teacher — is garnering a lot of attention (it’s been nominated for five Oscars) and it’s also kick starting a lot of discussion.

  • What Happens When You Interviewed Dr. Jekyll, But Hired Mr. Hyde?

    Joe Smith (not his real name) is interviewing for a sales representative position with XYZ Manufacturing Company.

  • Why Transformation Efforts Fail
    Transformation Management – A Corporate Imperative

  • You Must Have Engaged Employees–And It’s Not That Hard
    Research over the last decade has made a convincing case that companies whose employees feel highly engaged outperform companies with less engaged ones in just about every important metric: growth, profitability, productivity, innovation and so on.

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Coaching for Higher Performance
July 30-31, 2019

Leaders has a crucial role in achieving the goals and strategies of their organization or company. They act as drivers of the Organization, steering the hired Human Capital that act as key resources and talents in the path that the Organization wants to achieve. Coaching is nowadays recognized and used as a Leadership and Management […]

Building a Culture of Innovation in the Workplace
MAY 22-23, 2019

Organizations (profit or non-profit) are facing change like never before. Driving forces to this change include a rapidly expanding marketplace (globalization), and increasing competition, diversity among consumers, availability of and accessibility to new forms of technology and even a changing workplace culture. Creativity and innovation are keys to the success of a business. Leaders need […]

Problem Solving and Decision Making
August 28-29, 2019

Making effective and timely decisions can contribute to the proper execution of business strategy that ultimately leads to organizational effectiveness. To have this, managers and staff need to be equipped with the skills to decide quickly, implement these decisions and ensure that the implementation is flawless. When done correctly, your organization and its people will: […]

Module 1 Batch 2: The Business Savvy HR
MAY 7-8, 2019

Wondering how The Business Savvy HRBP module can help you develop your mindset and skills towards the business’ growth?     Attend the first module of CIPD’s HR Business Partner Development Program – The Business Savvy HRBP on May 7 –8, 2019. Learn the concepts of being a business savvy and start to make the […]

Strategic Decision Making
JULY 18-19, 2019

Actions must be done when the organization is experiencing difficulties. In this program, participants will learn how to decide, recommend decisions, how to analyze and manage risks such as prevention and contingencies should these happen. In analyzing problems, they learn how to pinpoint through causes and make decisions either to correct or adapt. They also […]

Managerial Leadership
July 11-12, 2019

A managerial leader is someone who can alter his/her roles and responsibilities according to the situation in order to accomplish the organization’s goal. Management is often included as a factor of production. This program will help participants differentiate between Management and Leadership, and acknowledge the key role of managerial leadership in achieving results. They will […]

Effective Conflict Resolution and Solving Employee Performance Issues through Mediation
June 27-28, 2019

Conflict comes in many forms in the business world, involving people and practices. Mediation is an effective means of dispute resolution for any dispute without requiring a third party determination. In this program, the participants learn the basics and conflict management. They will understand concepts and models in mediation as an effective vehicle for conflict […]

Positive Discipline
June 6-7, 2019

This program reinforces the participant’s working knowledge of acceptable standards of behavior in the company. They will understand the role of positive discipline in correcting employee performance problems and help achieve a positive turn-around in performance. Learn and apply the basic concepts behind “due process” through case study analysis. They will be given opportunity to […]

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