Contribution from Subject Matter Experts (SME), Human Capital, Leadership

Pitching to the Chairman

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If you’re trying to pitch an idea to the Chairman of the Board, here are a few tips that might help you: Pitch the concept efficiently and briefly: what does the Chairman need to know and understand to support the request? Pitch your message strategically: what are the medium to longer-term impacts and benefits for the organisation? Be professional, objective – and leave your ego at home Demonstrate the value to the business – specifically, how will it contribute to the organisation’s KPOs Briefly explain the operational requirements and impacts and its “do-ability” Understand stakeholder impacts (and what will be done about any negatives) Understand and explain any regulatory and compliance impacts (and what will be done about any negatives)     FREE E-BOOK ON HOW TO IMPROVE THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE TOP MANAGEMENT  & BETTER UNDERSTAND COACHING / MENTORING – Click on the image.

Contribution from Subject Matter Experts (SME), Human Capital, Leadership

3 Places You Wouldn’t Think You’d Find a Mentor

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This article brings to the fore the huge complexities of managing a modern career. The massive amount of information, the speed imposed by technology, the need to get things done through others over whom we have little power, the push for innovation, the imperative to collaborate and set up partnerships,…exceed the bandwidth of any human mind…our traditional heuristics have become obsolete. We need help and Jud Linville (CEO of Citi Cards) is concluding that mentors can be the answer. But how do you find the right mentor? READ THE FULL ARTICLE in Fortune Insiders. CEO Mentoring does not only find the right suitable mentor but will also have available Subject Matter Experts (SME) to ensure the Mentor and the Client have the right expertise on board at any one time.   CLICK – Access your free mentoring session!

General Information - Miscellaneous, Human Capital, Leadership

Relax – It’s Friday

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We live in a serious World however, once in a while, we need to relax and laugh. Apart from giving you a little break, we wish the Friday video to open your eyes on a new way to see things. We want the video to bring critical thinking. 1. Check this video and see how a Cafe in the USA  (Roanoke Coffee Shop) decided to make a difference in our world. He decided to tackled in a very unique creative way rude people who would forget to say “hello” or “please” when ordering their favourite coffee. Viral at its best! 2. We hold no shares in the business featured in this video however it shows very well communication challenges inside this organisation. How do you communicate? How do you make sure your Team understands the message and knows how to apply it? Does the message produce the expected results? Our…

Contribution from Subject Matter Experts (SME), Fashion & Retail, Human Capital, Leadership, Minimising Risk

Fashion United or Should I say Fashion vs United Airlines

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On April 9th, a United Airlines customer on a flight from Chicago to Louisville was dragged out of the plane due to seats that needed to be given to crew members awaited in Louisville the next day. It was done by security personnel in such a violent way that the customer had blood on his face and the videos of the incident were all over the internet. Even though it does not take away the responsibility from United Airlines, the flight the customer was boarding was a United Express flight run by Republic Airlines. When there is an overbooking (and/or possibly the need to find a seat for a crew member), the airlines have the duty to offer compensation which we understand can go up to $1350 however only $800 was offered to the customer (according to sources via CNN). United Airlines CEO, Oscar Munoz,  has won the PRWeek “Communicator…

Human Capital

Managing people

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De lo que aprendi trabajando en un Banco durante 25 años una de las CLAVES DEL ÉXITO para mejorar el Capital Humano y es la que considero la mas importante es: AGRADECER EL TRABAJO BIEN HECHO Y FELICITAR EL TRABAJO SOBRESALIENTE. Y en que consiste esto y la forma de ponerlo en practica Un líder resalta las Fortalezas de la gente con la cual trabaja, celebra sus éxitos y contribuye efectivamente a generar autoconfianza en las personas de su equipo. El desafio que se plantea en la frase inicial, es el que queremos alcanzar como lideres. Sin embargo, esta actitud no es precisamente una fortaleza. Somos excelentes para ver los errores y destacarlos, pero si algo se hace bien, nada decimos, porque pensamos que el otro solo cumple con su obligación, y no vemos, a veces, el esfuerzo que ha hecho por hacer un trabajo bien hecho. El felicitar, no…