Tag Archives: skills

  1. The skills debate is changing, but you’re still doing the same


    March 10, 2014 by Neil

    I’m fascinated by the changing employment market. I’m fascinated by education. And I’m absolutely fascinated by the crossover between the …
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  2. Define the why of I


    August 5, 2013 by Neil

    We all bring a set of defining beliefs into the workplace. Those beliefs drive our behaviour. If we really want to understand how to drive performance in the HR function, we need to understand the belief systems that underpin the behaviours.

  3. HR skills aren’t transferable


    July 15, 2013 by Neil

    The coverage of the enquiry in to redundancy payments at the BBC raised the question of HR skills versus “business skills”. I don’t think we should shy away from focussing on our HR capability, a capability that organisations desperately need. After all, we’re HR people, not business people, and that’s ok.

  4. Frugal HR


    January 16, 2012 by Neil

    There was a time when the newspapers were full of the “end of DIY”. We were all so cash rich …
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