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The latest update (February 12, 2014) includes:
TMS E-Journal - Edition 94Edition 94: Hopes, Dreams....and Coming Trends for 2014 has just been released in the Learning Exchange. This is our annual themed e-journal edition where invited authors from our international community of practice are asked to look towards 2014 and write about their hopes and dreams, and what they see as the coming trends.
Feature article contributors are Nicolas A. Zeitler, Mallen Baker, Dick McCann, Richard Hadden, Robert Whipple, China Gorman, Tom Gibbons and Dan Schawbel.
To get the edition started Nicolas Zeitler draws on key European and global research to give us a look at the top 7 trends in HR and how these might shape the coming year; Mallen Baker explores four emerging trends in corporate social responsibility and asks us to consider if our company is part of the trends and/or should it be; Dick McCann delivers a timely discussion on adaptability, core skill-bases and whether 2014 will truly be the year of the L&D Chameleon...and why it needs to be; in looking to 2014 Richard Hadden reflects on the results and insights from a survey he conducted on leadership and gives key takeaway points and a 90-day plan for improvement; Robert Whipple rewrites the phrase "think outside the box" giving it a new and relevant context before providing tips for recognizing and operating with boxes; China Gorman predicts some of the top trends that will impact our workplaces in 2014 and uses key studies from the US to highlight the importance of these; in a truly thought-provoking piece, Tom Gibbons gives us much to stop and consider in his examination of the growing focus on character in our organizations; and Dan Schawbel rounds out the feature articles with a look at the top 10 workplace trends he is following in 2014.
The short articles & insights section of this bumper edition also has a wealth of ideas, inspiration and questions for 2014. Contributors are Rick Lepsinger, Jo Disney, Jennifer C. Loftus, Michael Licenblat, Abe WalkingBear Sanchez, Kerri Salls, Anne Riches, Bernie DeKoven and JoAnna Brandi.
Heading this section is Rick Lepsinger who reflects on recent decisions around telecommuting employees and asks whether 2014 will be two steps forward and one back; Jo Disney takes us inside the latest State of the American Workplace report and outlines three key trends on engaging workers and driving productivity; Jennifer Loftus highlights fairness and equity as a trend, a hope and a dream for 2014; Michael Licenblat challenges us to go the distance for peak performance and achievement; Abe WalkingBear Sanchez takes a powerful look at the global wealth pyramid and the need for 2014 to be the start of change and a new common reality; Kerri Salls shares a great short story and highlights the importance of storytelling for high concept and high touch; Anne Riches looks at change and gives tips on how to be a good change leader in 2014; Bernie DeKoven gives a prediction and a wish for us to not just play more but to understand what play truly is and can bring about; and JoAnna Brandi details her hopes and dreams for leadership in today's faster-than-yesterday world.
Online Case Studies The first of our bi-monthly case studies for 2014 is Working with Young Professionals to Ascertain their Career Strategies by Betty Boden.
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|In this case study Betty gives us insight into how she uses both the Team Management Profile and Types of Work Wheel with young professionals and undergraduates in Germany to help them organize their business trajectories. In addition as a great takeaway component in the article, Betty draws on her wealth of experience and distills the key questions relating to career development around the Wheel that have risen over the years.
Worldwide TMS Training & Event Dates: February - April 2014
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