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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

09-Jun-2014 - Les Hayman The aphorism “Knowledge is power” (Scientia potential est) has been mostly attributed to author and philosopher Francis Bacon (1561-1626), even though this is not quite what he said. In his “Meditations Sacre” (1597) he does say “Ipsa scientia po... Lesen Sie mehr »

HR Analytics & BI– Trainings erfolgreich gestalten

24-Jan-2010 - Sabrina Möller Der Erfolg einer IT-Lösung hängt zu einem Großteil von ihrer Nutzung durch die späteren End- und Key-User ab. Die Wahrnehmung  der neuen Lösung als  gewinnbringend für die eigene Arbeit  und ein leicht... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE LEADERSHIP GAP

30-Jun-2014 - Les Hayman “It is the men behind who make the man ahead.” American editor and author, Merle Crowell (1906-1959) I have recently been invited to give the opening keynote at the 2014 HRM Expo in Cologne, Germany this coming October, my given topic being “Are ... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE FIRST CRITICAL HOUR IN THE DAY OF A MANAGER

23-Jun-2014 - Les Hayman “A manager is not a person who can do the work better than his men; he is a person who can get his men to do the work better than he can.” Frederick W. Smith, founder, chairman and CEO of Federal Express Most business people whom I know spend the... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE MANAGEMENT ART OF COOKING

16-Jun-2014 - Les Hayman “Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.” Newspaper columnist and writer Harriet Van Horne (1920-1998). I love to cook (even though I am at best an enthusiastic beginner), ever since my wife once gave me, as a ... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHY SUCCESSION PLANS RARELY WORK

28-Apr-2014 - Les Hayman In my last blog post (see “How to identify a future leader” posted April 21, 2014) I stated that while many companies have implemented some formalised succession planning processes, most of these didn’t really work, as very few achieve the intend... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHEN DID EVERYONE BECOME A LEADER ?

10-Mar-2014 - Les Hayman “Life isn’t easy, and leadership is harder still.” Bard College Professor Walter Russell Mead Author: Chatham House; CC BY 2.0 license; via Wikimedia Commons I can remember a time when the term “leader” was used to describe the most senior pers... Lesen Sie mehr »

LEADERS BUILD LEADERS

02-Dec-2013 - Les Hayman I have long believed that one of the key measures for any senior manager should be whether s/he is a net creator of talent for their organisation. It is also critical that this focus is not only to build the skills of people in their own area of ... Lesen Sie mehr »

PEOPLE PERFORMANCE PITFALLS

28-Oct-2013 - Les Hayman I have always disliked formal performance reviews, irrespective of which side of the table I was on and irrespective of whether they were with a top performer or someone struggling with their role. I have long believed that they are not the best ... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE LESSONS THAT MANAGERS CAN LEARN FROM SINGAPORE

23-Sep-2013 - Les Hayman I have been a big fan of Singapore, and in particular of its founder Dr. Lee Kwan Yew, since I first visited the island in 1977. I had the privilege of living and working there for over 6 years, before being transferred to Europe, and after an ab... Lesen Sie mehr »

MANAGEMENT… IS IT AN ART OR A SCIENCE ?

09-Sep-2013 - Les Hayman Is good management more of an art or a science ? Or, is this even a valid question ? From the dictionary, science is defined as “… a systematic enterprise that builds and organizes knowledge in the form of testable explanations and predictions”. ... Lesen Sie mehr »

WHY MANAGEMENT TRAINING RARELY WORKS

01-Jul-2013 - Les Hayman It’s what you learn after you know it all that really counts. I have long been of the opinion that most formal corporate management training sessions actually deliver very little real benefit to the participants, beyond making them feel good abou... Lesen Sie mehr »

THE MANAGEMENT ART OF MUCKING OUT HORSE STABLES

10-Jun-2013 - Les Hayman “Flaming enthusiasm, backed up by horse sense and persistence, is the quality that most frequently makes for success.” Dale Carnegie (1888-1955), American author, trainer and lecturer. As we are the enthusiastic owners of two horses, I regularly... Lesen Sie mehr »

PEOPLE JOIN COMPANIES BUT LEAVE MANAGERS

08-Apr-2013 - Les Hayman “So many people out there have no idea what they want to do for a living, but they think that by going on job interviews they’ll magically figure it out.” Todd Bermont, Dean of The Careers College. Author: bpsusf; CC BY 2.0 license; via Wikimedia... Lesen Sie mehr »

SIXTH RULE OF MANAGEMENT

19-Nov-2012 - Les Hayman The first rule of management is that successful management is actually more about how you manage yourself rather than being about how you manage others (see “First rule of management” posted June 25, 2012). The second rule of management is that t... Lesen Sie mehr »

HUMAN ENERGY IS THE GREATEST RENEWABLE RESOURCE

09-Jul-2012 - Les Hayman The dictionary defines renewable energy as “any naturally occurring, theoretically inexhaustible source of energy, such as biomass, solar, wind, tidal, wave, and hydroelectric powerthat is not derived from fossil or nuclear fuel.” I was in India ... Lesen Sie mehr »

FIRST RULE OF MANAGEMENT

25-Jun-2012 - Les Hayman The first rule of management is that successful management is actually more about how you manage yourself rather than being about how you manage others. Management life tends to be extremely busy and demanding, particularly when you manage a larg... Lesen Sie mehr »

IT’S NOT ABOUT THE MONEY …..

24-Oct-2011 - Les Hayman I understand that the salary that you are paid for the work that you do is important, but there are many things that are more important if you want to have a successful career, and to ultimately do well. By Hersfold; via Wikimedia Commons Here ... Lesen Sie mehr »

SELL, SELL, SELL

01-Nov-2010 - Les Hayman Nothing happens in this world until somebody sells something! Which makes “selling” the noblest profession of them all !! It may not officially be the oldest profession, but I doubt that even that could have existed without some sales effort. I a... Lesen Sie mehr »

SECOND SECRET OF SUCCESS

07-Oct-2010 - Les Hayman “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.” Alvin Toffler I am often amazed that so many people seem to not understand that learning is a journey and not a des... Lesen Sie mehr »

CONGRATULATIONS … YOU’RE A HIGH POTENTIAL … HERE IS YOUR TATTOO

26-Jul-2010 - Les Hayman Ever since Jack Welch told the world something along the lines of “ … look after the top 10% because they create the magic ..”, every company has put some effort into implementing a “High Potential” or “Top Talent” programme (Pesto effect ?), tha... Lesen Sie mehr »

TEACHING OLD DOGS NEW TRICKS

20-Jun-2010 - Les Hayman I have been regularly surprised about how many Managers I come across who believe that a valid Management approach is to look for people to do something wrong and then to help them correct it. I surmise that this satisfies two basic urges that th... Lesen Sie mehr »

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