Source: www.theceomagazine.com When you think of things that might kill you, it’s unlikely that your phone springs to mind. We have bad news for you… your smartphone is killing you. Perhaps because the Apple iPhone was only released in 2007, a lot of us have not yet grasped the full deleterious effects of ‘the device’, and the many similar not-so-smartphones the now clunky-seeming original spawned. Countless numbers of people have been killed by their smartphones already, and we’re not talking about the tin-foil-hat brigade’s concerns about the effects of 5G, wi-fi and phone signals in general on our brains. The most obvious example is all the people who are killed on our roads, not just bec
source: https://hbr.org/2019/12/4-careers-for-people-who-are-easily-distracted For all its clear advantages, one big drawback to the digital age is our exposure to ubiquitous distractions — from our endless need to check stuff on Google, to the perpetual stream of WhatsApp messages, to our impulsive additions to our Amazon baskets. Although it’s too soon to know just what long-term impact living in the digital bubble will have on our brains, recent psychological research suggests that heightened social media usage is linked to deficits in concentration, empathy, and social skills, as well as increases in narcissism and life dissatisfaction. And the more drastic idea that our inability to be
Selamat Hari Ibu untuk seluruh Superb Mom! Semakin tinggi pendidikan seorang ibu, maka semakin besar kesempatannya dalam membangun karir dan usaha. Hal ini tentu saja akan sangat membantu perekonomian dalam keluarga. Namun sayangnya tekanan ekonomi tersebut terkadang memaksa kedua orang tua bekerja hingga larut malam. Hal ini dapat menimbulkan rasa kesepian pada anak dan memiliki risiko rawan masalah. Maka apa yang dapat perusahaan lakukan untuk berkontribusi dalam membangun SDM Unggul? Salah satu hal yang dapat dilakukan adalah dengan membentuk kebijakan perusahaan yang 'family-friendly'.
“Talent acquisition is the battle for tomorrow.
Who gets hired today shapes what's possible for the future of your organization. As tomorrow leadership will be different, with exponential change, leaders need to build culture that is strong and agile. Always hire with tomorrow culture in mind.” I like the above quote from John O. Burdett's new book.
What do you consider as the 3 most important things to look at when you hire leader in disruption era?
Deloitte Australia has taken out the number one spot in the 20 Best Australian Workplaces for New Dads 2019 List published by HBF’s Direct Advice For Dads. The idea behind the HBF’s list publication is to encourage more businesses to offer parental leave policies that also considers new dads, not just mums. Working with research consultancy CoreData, they analysed the policies of Australia's largest 500 companies by revenue, according to IBISWORLD, and worked with parenting and workplace experts to determine what benefits were most important for new dads. To qualify for consideration in the Direct Advice For Dads List, companies had to offer: a minimum of two weeks paid secondary carer’s lea
About 2/3 of Indonesian employment market is dominated by millennials now. At the same time, we are undergoing disruption era when previous skills and experiences that promoted you to the higher level, may become irrelevant faster. If you are managers, GMs, VPs in your 40s or 50s, the following are some tips from TRANSEARCH Indonesia that you could adopt to make your relevant, competitive and excel: 1. Agile Mindset Embrace the fast changing business environment, open your mindset, be agile in your mind, heart and execution capability. 2. Learn New Skills Willing to learn continuously and not settle in your comfort zone. Learn faster than your peers, learn something relevant to strengthen