Monthly Archives: August 2012

Feminine Charm in the Corporate World

I have come across a discussion on this topic: “Is flirting in a business environment ever a good thing for women? The answer is a qualified “yes.” New data shows that women using what the researchers call “feminine charm” achieved …

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How to be a trusted leader and why people don’t trust their leaders

  One of the shocking but not surprising results of the Global Workforce study delivered by the Towers Watson shows that only 49% people in the surveyed companies trust their senior leadership teams. Wow! Trust is without any doubt one …

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Workers not engaged, struggling to cope with work – how it affects people’s lives

There has been another workforce survey released. This time prepared by global HR consultant Towers Watson. It found out that almost two-thirds (63 percent) of U.S. workers “are not fully engaged in their work and are struggling to cope with work …

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