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Incompetent Bosses: Can People Work for Them?

Incompetent Bosses

This is an article about incompetent bosses. Incompetent Bosses Artz, Goodall & Oswald (2016) wrote an article the in which they come to the conclusion that the competence of a boss has a high impact on employee well-being. That means that… Continue Reading

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is Chief People Officer for Securex and is striving for an HR that starts from the people. He has created hrchitects.net in 2009 together with the linked in group on employee engagement. Avid blogger, father, husband.

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Seductive Leaders use the Power of Words

seductive leaders

This blog is about seductive leaders. They seduce people through the power of words. Dance Lessons Kevin has developed an innovative idea for his organization. His manager arranged a slot for him to present his idea to the top management.… Continue Reading

Tshamani Mathebula

Tshamani Mathebula

I am an experienced process facilitator whose purpose in life is to develop people so that they can be the best they can be in their personal and professional lives. I have 15 years experience in human resource development, organisational development, change management, culture transformation, employee engagement, graduate development, leadership development and coaching. I am passionate about leadership development and transformation, and my area of study is focused on transformational leadership and high performance culture.

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Leadership – and Captain ’s Culpability

Captain

This blog is about the responsibility of a leader – the captain.  Tragedy Brussels airport attack was on March 22nd, 2016. A year before, on March 24th, 2015, it was co-pilot Andreas Lubitz who decided to deliberately crash his Airbus into… Continue Reading

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Herwig Dierckx

Herwig W Dierckx is International HR Leader @ HWDconsult | leadership focus on back2basics

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If it is not about me, then who? (The Warrior)

This blog is about the leader as warrior. Or maybe better why the leader is not the warrior. It’s not about the leader, but about those who are led. The Interview I recently listened to an interview over the radio. The… Continue Reading

Tshamani Mathebula

Tshamani Mathebula

I am an experienced process facilitator whose purpose in life is to develop people so that they can be the best they can be in their personal and professional lives. I have 15 years experience in human resource development, organisational development, change management, culture transformation, employee engagement, graduate development, leadership development and coaching. I am passionate about leadership development and transformation, and my area of study is focused on transformational leadership and high performance culture.

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Entertainment as Leadership Strategy – Let me entertain you

This post is about entertainment as leadership strategy; It’s generally a bad idea.  Shallow times We are living in volatile and shallow times. The acceleration of life is such that we are losing touch with some ground principles of living… Continue Reading

David Ducheyne

David Ducheyne

David is Chief People Officer for Securex and is striving for an HR that starts from the people. He has created hrchitects.net in 2009 together with the linked in group on employee engagement. Avid blogger, father, husband.

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Leadership Strategies for Engagement at Work

This blog is about the impact of leadership strategies on employee engagement. John John (not his real name) is a top-notch designer. He leads a team of designers charged with some highly technical work for some very particular and demanding clients.… Continue Reading

Dale Hudson

Dale Hudson

Dr. Dale L. Hudson, PsyD, is a business consultant in Los Angeles, CA. He conducts research and practice to enhance understanding how human behaviors affect the workplace and workplace engagement. Dales work examines questions about how close relationships help people to learn, grow and thrive when facing the myriad of organizational challenges. Dale has spoken to groups and associations from New York to Los Angeles as well as the author of articles. Dale lives in Los Angeles, CA with his life partner, Emily, and of course, Mitzi. He can be reached at dh8968@aol.com or (951)-764-2518.

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Help! My Employees are disengaged (part 2 – HIV)!

HIV

This is the second part of a blog. You can find the first part here. Leading from the heart After the meeting with Mr. Jacobs, Phindile reflected on their conversation. She thought about her behavior as a leader. She realized… Continue Reading

Tshamani Mathebula

Tshamani Mathebula

I am an experienced process facilitator whose purpose in life is to develop people so that they can be the best they can be in their personal and professional lives. I have 15 years experience in human resource development, organisational development, change management, culture transformation, employee engagement, graduate development, leadership development and coaching. I am passionate about leadership development and transformation, and my area of study is focused on transformational leadership and high performance culture.

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The Leadership Badge

The Leadership Badge The dictionary defines a badge as “a small distinctive piece of fabric, metal, or plastic worn on clothing to show rank or membership or a characteristic; or an identifying mark of a particular brand, quality, or type… Continue Reading

Tshamani Mathebula

Tshamani Mathebula

I am an experienced process facilitator whose purpose in life is to develop people so that they can be the best they can be in their personal and professional lives. I have 15 years experience in human resource development, organisational development, change management, culture transformation, employee engagement, graduate development, leadership development and coaching. I am passionate about leadership development and transformation, and my area of study is focused on transformational leadership and high performance culture.

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Relationships matter for Engagement (2/3)

This is the second of three blogs under the title Individual Difference in Leadership and Engagement: Why Relationships matter. You can find the first blog here. Conflicting Targets The leader’s main objective is to establish and maintain performance criteria focused… Continue Reading

Dale Hudson

Dale Hudson

Dr. Dale L. Hudson, PsyD, is a business consultant in Los Angeles, CA. He conducts research and practice to enhance understanding how human behaviors affect the workplace and workplace engagement. Dales work examines questions about how close relationships help people to learn, grow and thrive when facing the myriad of organizational challenges. Dale has spoken to groups and associations from New York to Los Angeles as well as the author of articles. Dale lives in Los Angeles, CA with his life partner, Emily, and of course, Mitzi. He can be reached at dh8968@aol.com or (951)-764-2518.

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Entrepreneur vs Employee

Are you an entrepreneur ? I remember the day I applied for an HR Services Manager role in a FMCG firm. That was 13 years ago. This blog tries to bring that memory back to life. The notion of entrepreneur was apparently very important to my… Continue Reading

Karl Van Hoey

Karl Van Hoey

Karl is Senior Consultant and Certified Coach (PCC) @talentogrow, specialized in transforming leaders and leading transformations. He stimulates contexts for collaboration, as a key condition for excellent performance. He is an hrchitect and social media networker.