Leadership

Why Corporate Social Responsibility is important

CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and describes the business strategy of giving back to the community. When initiating CSR programs, the companies dedicate parts of their profits in order to create a positive impact on the local community. The corporate initiatives can be either financial support, or volunteer-driven activities, or even the raise of […]

The role of human resources and the current challenge of flexibility

In times of economic hardship, companies paradoxically tend to look more intensely than ever for “scapegoats” and at the same time for solutions to get rid of the evil that plagues them. The role and responsibilities of the executives then come to the fore who are called to apologize and/or be entrusted with additional responsibilities. […]

Why Corporate Social Responsibility is important

CSR stands for Corporate Social Responsibility and describes the business strategy of giving back to the community. When initiating CSR programs, the companies dedicate parts of their profits in order to create a positive impact on the local community. The corporate initiatives can be either financial support, or volunteer-driven activities, or even the raise of […]

The role of human resources and the current challenge of flexibility

In times of economic hardship, companies paradoxically tend to look more intensely than ever for “scapegoats” and at the same time for solutions to get rid of the evil that plagues them. The role and responsibilities of the executives then come to the fore who are called to apologize and/or be entrusted with additional responsibilities. […]

Is Emotional Intelligence measurable?

Lately, we’ve been hearing more and more about the meaning of emotional intelligence (EI). According to its basic definition, emotional intelligence is the ability that people use to recognize and define the feelings of themselves and the people around them. According to theories about emotional intelligence, this ability can lead to the development of leadership […]

Emotional Intelligence at Work and in Business

What is the role of Emotional Intelligence at the workplace and in Business today? The meaning of emotional intelligence, sometimes referred to as EQ (‘’emotional quotient’’), was coined by psychologists in the 1990s. However, it was popularized by Daniel Goleman, an American psychologist in 1995. According to Goleman, emotional intelligence is perceived as an individual’s […]

Free training in Public Speaking by Innovatebiz in Greece

Innovatebiz invites 10 people for free training in Public Speaking. This is the first seminar on this topic offered by Innovatebiz, starting from Greece. The duration of the first level of the training is 3 months. Participants will obtain training on preparing, analyzing, and presenting various topics, related to their business object, as well as […]

The Best Leaders Are Great Teachers

Kundapur Vaman Kamath was a teacher. But he didn’t work at a school or stand in front of a class. Instead, he delivered his lessons at the office—to the employees who served under him during his four decades as a senior executive at, and then CEO of, India’s ICICI Bank. Whether he was offering tips […]

How to Stop Delegating and Start Teaching

As a college professor, I regularly train PhD students. In psychology and most fields of science, students are assigned to a project early on in their studies and learn key skills through an apprenticeship model. Many go on to projects related to more specific research goals, and are eventually taught to design their own studies […]

Emotional Intelligence Has 12 Elements. Which Do You Need to Work On?

Esther is a well-liked manager of a small team. Kind and respectful, she is sensitive to the needs of others. She is a problem solver; she tends to see setbacks as opportunities. She’s always engaged and is a source of calm to her colleagues. Her manager feels lucky to have such an easy direct report […]