Monthly Archives: July 2014

The Value of Loyal Talent

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Since employing a loyal workforce is beneficial to the company’s reputation and efficiency, and losing employees hurts a company’s bottom line, it is important to hire individuals that your company is willing to invest in. Cultivate loyalty and hire selectively for positions and company fit, instead of just hiring bodies to fill chairs.

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Strategic Planning

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Profiles Asia Pacific is offering a two-day course that will help you define what you want to do, and how to get everyone on board. This workshop is recommended for managers, supervisors, HR consultants, and anyone who communications with company leaders and employees to create and implement strategic plans.

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Modern Business Trends: How the Philippines Compares

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The 2014 International Business Report found that emerging markets such as the Philippines are modernist; with leaders who are more likely to use coaching, creativity and intuition. Modernist markets also have more women in leadership positions, and leaders of dynamic businesses are more open to a range of improvement techniques such as skills assessments and developing peer networks.

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Becoming a Trainer

The Profiles Asia Pacific Train the Trainer workshop is a two-day session that orients the participants with the requisites of a successful training program. Participants study the principles of adult learning, which particular training methodology to use, how to enliven the training and how to prepare a training course design. At the end of the

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Personal Mastery

Personal Mastery improves teamwork and helps individuals improve themselves. The Profiles Asia Pacific Personal Mastery workshop is designed for anyone who wants to increase their effectiveness and performance at the organizational, interpersonal and personal levels. This two-day workshop, held from July 23 to 24 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., will teach you how to effectively

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Are Your Outdated Assessments Driving Away Qualified Applicants?

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High school standardized tests belong in school, not in an interview room. Don’t let your outdated testing methods drive away applicants who know better.

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Where to Find Your Connections

Your network is one of the most valuable assets in the business world. It is important to leverage your connections to find business opportunities, career advice, and mentors in your industry, so be sure to keep your network strong and continually expanding. Many professionals have a rich but underutilized network. This article lists some of

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What Should Companies Look At When Hiring?

When making the hard decision of who to interview, and ultimately hire, among thousands of applicants, there are some easy ways to weed out who still need a little refinement. Weed out whoever didn’t follow directions. Many companies ask for more than just a standard resume, in order to gauge the personality, creativity, and writing

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Stress Relief and Reduction

Stress seems like an inevitable part of life. The demands of work, home, and society can place a lot of stress on just about anyone. That’s why Profiles Asia Pacific is offering a one-day workshop on July 10 to help you identify your personal stressors. The workshop will explore a few ways to manage and

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Essentials of Workplace Communication

The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. George Bernard Shaw A business is essentially a large-scale team, and every successful team needs good communication. There are many different ways to encourage healthy communication habits in employees, but below are some of our top suggestions to inspire workplace communication

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