Monthly Archives: September 2018

How to Eliminate Bias in The Workplace

This is a guest post from Johanna Cider. Johanna is a freelance writer from Wellington, New Zealand with a special interest in business, travel and lifestyle topics, as well as experience producing written content for various sites and blogs. Visit Johanna’s Tumblr page to see more of her published work. With issues of racial discrimination

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Emotional Intelligence Summit Asia: The First in the Philippines

Please join us on September 1, 2018 for the first ever Emotional Intelligence Summit Asia in the Philippines with an array of international and formidable local speakers to talk about what will remain to be one of the most important competencies in the future of jobs: Emotional Intelligence. Register Now Disruption is everywhere. The advent

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GENOS Emotional Intelligence Certification

Join us September 19 to 20 for our GENOS Emotional Intelligence Certification. The Genos EI Certification Program is designed for learning and organizational development professionals, human resource consultants or managers, executive coaches, and organizational psychologists. Becoming a Genos-Certified Practitioner comes with multiple benefits to help you succeed professionally: Association with the most well-recognized and respected organization

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Change Management: Gearing Towards a More Responsive Organization

Please join us on September 13 to 14 for a 2-day public workshop on change management, and learn how an organization should manage change. Change Management: Gearing Towards a More Responsive Organization will prepare participants for change and provide a venue to share their reactions and response strategies. There are no normal or abnormal ways to

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Change Management: How to Redefine Job Roles for Existing Employees

Any organization will change as new technology redefines products and customers and changes how jobs are performed, and as teams and roles merge or split. Over time, this can result in roles which are wildly different from previous iterations of the role, but often with the same employees working in those positions. This creates risks

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