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Motivating Public Employees

Marc Esteve and his colleague Christian Schuster studied empirical evidence of motivating employees, what works, what doesn’t work. A literature study about what enhances motivation for public empoyees, led to the following model: The main body of research is around Pro-social motivation, less about Group/organization identification, few about Incentives and Relatedness, some about Enjoyment, but…

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The quest for effective performance management.

In their article for EFMD’s Global Focus Magazine, AHRMIO Board member Edna Diez and Revathi Raghavan (World Bank Group) argue that to work properly performance management needs to shift from being an evaluative tool to one that grows and develops people. To deliver on their organizational objectives, International Organizations need their people to be engaged,…

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Is your workplace safe for your staff?

Roger Parry and Clare Harris, Agenda Consulting (Webinar, 2 May 2019) Organisations that want to ensure a respectful workplace face the challenge of change. Since 2017, attitudes have changed. Following a few high profile cases and the #MeToo movement, people who have suffered are increasingly coming forward. The initial focus on sexual harrassment and assault…

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Creating a ‘Winning Culture’

Creating a ‘Winning Culture’ – Robin Lewis & Bieke Van Dessel, CIGNA Robin and Bieke shared their learnings on HR’s role in strategic change. Under ‘creating a winning culture’ Cigna understands building an agile operating model that is close to customers and market, focusing their talent on key business priorities, embedding their ‘Winning Culture’. The…

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In Memory of Mary Jane Peters

Many members may not be aware that Mary Jane Peters passed away just before Christmas. Mary Jane had been seriously ill for some years and passed away on the 24th December.

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Don’t Ditch your Performance Evaluation Just Yet!

AHRMIO Webinar, 25 October 2018 Traditional performance management (PM) is no longer suited for today’s organizations. With infrequent feedback, the perception of biased and subjective ratings, and its backward-looking approach, the Annual Performance Review is a poor driver of performance and unsuited for today’s work context. Carissa Palmer and Liz Woods, presented McLean & Company’s…

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Beyond Learning – supporting performance, building engagement

AHRMIO Webinar, 21 June 2018 Nick Shackleton-Jones During his career, Nick met many different types of organizations, public, private, international, … but that had common challenges. They all wanted to modernize learning, but were not sure how to go about it. This very interactive AHRMIO seminar started by immediately applying Nick’s main focus: user-centricity! Participants…

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Updated Privacy Policy

At AHRMIO, we greatly value and respect your privacy. As such, we would like to take this opportunity to inform you that our Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy have been updated to: take into account the introduction of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation on 25 May 2018; clarify the manner in which your…

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The Hidden Behaviours of Mean Men

What triggered Mark Lipton to research toxic behaviours of leaders? Working with several initially charming, but controlling, ruthless, abusive or narcissistic young entrepreneurial CEOs increased Mark’s interest in psychology.

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