Blog Posts - Human Relations



Pavey throws off his shackles to make frank presentation on HR to Scrutiny Committee

When Cllr Michael Pavey, deputy leader of Brent Council, stood to present the report on the progress of the recommendations made in his review of Brent Human Relations, there were none of the usual officers present at his elbow who normally support l...
by wembleymatters on Apr 6, 2016

The Effects of Human Relations Policies on the Performance of Secretaries

The Effects of Human Relations Policies on the Performance of Secretaries This chapter took global view of human relations polices in organization even thought here has been relevant on human relations but yet been devoted to determining cover human...
by ARTICLES on May 14, 2014

Philosophy Wire: Babies, adults and the journey towards objects.

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2014-02-19]: Researchers found that babies spent a whopping quarter of their time in the presence of a face. In contrast, adults are exposed to real faces only about 7 or 8 percent of their time (T.V., Facebook and bi...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Feb 19, 2014

Why helping others is good for you

Treating colleagues like customers.  I once spent a few months working as a kitchen hand in a ski resort. It was the ideal job if you wanted to work on your skiing; not so great if you wanted to enjoy your work. That wasn’t because the j...
by Recharge on Nov 11, 2013

“For the Love of Art”

“Because you live to love and love to live. And because of what your heardrum will give. Now we might love to live and live to love.” (Janet Goodfriend, “For the Love of Art”) Filed under: Quotes...
by Fill the Empty Spaces on Aug 28, 2013

For the Love

“Because you live to love and love to live/ And because of what your heardrum will give/ Now we might love to live and live to love.” (Janet Goodfriend, “For the Love of Art”) Filed under: Quotes...
by Fill the Empty Spaces on Aug 28, 2013

Getting most of what you want

They are feeling the heat too What surprises me most in negotiations is when the other side folds. It comes out of the blue. It doesn’t seem to reflect the strength of my position. It’s often contrary to how they had presented, even the t...
by Recharge on Mar 4, 2013

Xenophobia: A discussion on the evolution of sentient species in the universe (part 1)

Abstract: The fear of an invasion from an advanced alien civilization is increasingly prevalent in human society. The current paper is a discussion on the motivations for this irrational fear considered to stem from the deficient vantage point from w...
by Me, Sapiens on Feb 24, 2013

Xenophobia: The Evolution of Peace (part 2)

3.1 ∘ The pacification trend The trend in human development seems to strongly indicate that, as a species, we are becoming more and more peaceful as we mature. Not only are we not executing the loosing teams at the end of the European Football Cham...
by Me, Sapiens on Feb 24, 2013

Xenophobia: Evolution of Perspectives (part 3)

It is the year 3013 and in spite of continuous skeptic predictions Moore’s law held and computation power continued to double every 2 years till year 2100 after which it slowed down, but continued to grow. Our computation power is a million tri...
by Me, Sapiens on Feb 24, 2013

Howard Schultz On HR

 ”People aren’t interested in how much you know. It’s how much you care.”-Howard Schultz, founder of Starbucks Filed under: Entrepreneurship, Tool Kit Tagged: Howard Schultz, Howard Schultz on HR, Howard Schultz Quote, HR, Hu...
by Wealthymatters on Jan 25, 2013

Saf and Dobra rejoice at Recep Güven’s stunningly human commentary on the PKK in Diyarbakır

Yesterday, the Saf and Dobra puppets were really feeling the weight of their love-hate relationship with Turkey – and the U.S. to boot. In fact, they were quite twisted up about it, mirroring, of course, my own beloved M.’s feelings. R...
by Slowly by slowly on Oct 6, 2012

Management and regulation

There’s a positive to compliance. A key part of assessing a business acquisition is the “due diligence” process. Few people will buy a venture without thoroughly kicking the tyres. Sometimes it’s a modest exercise focusing on...
by Recharge on Sep 11, 2012

The trouble with values

Here’s a quote: Good corporate governance practice is an important ingredient in creating and sustaining shareholder value, and ensuring that behavior is ethical, legal and transparent. Nothing special there. Much the same turns up in most va...
by Recharge on Jul 23, 2012

Networking Vs. Network

What does networking actually mean? For many it’s social purgatory; like standing around at a cocktail party feeling like a bunny in the headlights. Everyone seems comfortable except you. That’s not what a network is about. That’s s...
by Recharge on Jul 9, 2012

Tujuh Untuk Menjadi Orangtua Yang Baik

Makalah Kita Semua - Tujuh Untuk Menjadi Orangtua Yang Baik. Salah satu tugas setiap orang tua yang paling penting adalah benar menanamkan rasa hormat pada anak. Hormat menyebabkan banyak sifat semua orang ingin anak-anak mereka untuk memiliki, n...
by Makalah Kita Semua on Jul 8, 2012

The Collaborative Cockpit

Good managers are neither ideologues nor cynics Before the acronym CRM was hijacked by Customer Relationship Management, it stood for Cockpit Resource Management. Developed by NASA in the 1970s, it was a collaborative practice aimed at curbing disast...
by Recharge on Jun 11, 2012

Silent solutions: how keeping quiet can help

Ever tried to manage a problem by not offering a solution? A lot of us automatically give advice. It’s not just a Mars and Venus thing.  Men and women both do it. Sometimes it is the right thing to do; sometimes it’s not. We are not...
by Recharge on Jun 4, 2012

What is HR- Solo-look

Most of the friends of mine in theater are in with Jamal bhai in Nagorik Nattaanggon, we heard that and then I and Daniel went together to meet with Jamaluddin Hossain and his associates at Mohommadpur at seven p.m in a winter of 1995. We both went t...
by WhatIsHR's blogs on May 31, 2012

Is the leadership thing taking us in the right direction?

Real change doesn’t start in the corner office. Want to disempower someone? Just tell them exactly what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. Don’t tell them why it needs to be done. Avoid any reference to the importance of their input,...
by Recharge on Apr 16, 2012


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