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Weekly Reading List - Week 19

After a few weeks of break, we’re back with your Weekly Reading List: the ultimate way, to find and read only those articles that are relevant to you and your field of interest.

This week, a lot of focus has been placed on the blogosphere about personal behavior and leadership in the current economy. Enjoy your reading and don’t hesitate to comment, either on the content or the form of this blog post.

With people talking about recovery, crisis talk is decreasing steadily:

Some interesting articles about recruitment, CVs and the employer brand:

And some articles about employee termination and employee departure:

Two interesting general HR articles:

As promised: Leadership & Change Management:

Career Management and Personal Performance:

Best Practices when it comes to communication in the workplace:

HR 2.0 - Social Networks in the People Management Function:

Reward & Benefits (in the broader sense of the term) being used as strategic tools:

Learning & Development - new views, old ones in new packages:

Employee Engagement - a growing topic in these difficult conditions:

And to conclude, our usual “gender in the workplace” section:

Followed by the also usual “generations in the workplace” one:

Since people are not very keep on talking about team-roles on the blogs I follow (and that is quite a significant number already), let me just finish by quoting a sentence found on Fistfuloftalent:

You know why people spend so much time and money on tests like the Myers-Briggs and the DISC profile?  Because what makes you successful today won’t necessarily make you successful tomorrow, and one way to hedge against that risk is to have a balanced team that complements each other..

That’s it for this time. See you next week and may your week be truly engaging… and may your comments get flourishing!


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