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Why personal growth is critical to your company’s success?Why personal growth is critical to your company’s success?
Talent Development

Why personal growth is critical to your company’s success?

As employees are considered as valuable assets to the competitive advantages, the overall state of your company is determined by the state of your people.

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The Alternative to Performance Reviews that SuckThe Alternative to Performance Reviews that Suck
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The Alternative to Performance Reviews that Suck

“95 percent of managers are dissatisfied with the way their companies conduct performance reviews, and nearly 90 percent of HR leaders say the process doesn’t even yield accurate information.” - Read about a cost-effective and agile alternative to the traditional employee development process.

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Talbit – the CRM for People Development and LeadershipTalbit – the CRM for People Development and Leadership
Talent Development

Talbit – the CRM for People Development and Leadership

This blog post takes you back to the roots of Talbit and talks about what Talbit really is, why it exists and the value it delivers for your organization.

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Tackling wasted training efforts with “Lean Learning”Tackling wasted training efforts with “Lean Learning”
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Tackling wasted training efforts with “Lean Learning”

With the changing business environment, training is crucial for the success of any company. However, are we benefitting from our L&D investments?

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The Job Demands-Resources Model for Work EnvironmentThe Job Demands-Resources Model for Work Environment
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The Job Demands-Resources Model for Work Environment

The Job Demands-Resources model helps explain how work environment could be improved, and how companies can tackle negative phenomena.

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The "Are you serious?" moment of Talent ManagementThe "Are you serious?" moment of Talent Management
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The "Are you serious?" moment of Talent Management

Let's imagine that we were talent development professionals, not one, but 20 years from now. What would our world look like?

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