Research

Which generation is most emotionally intelligent?

HIGHEST EQ: BOOMERS, GEN XERS, OR MILLENNIALS? According to the world’s largest study on EQ, Six Seconds found that EQ (Emotional Intelligence) increases with age. Older generations score higher on emotional intelligence assessments than each successively younger generation – and as a result: form stronger relationships, perform more effectively at work,…

Competition: Win a Copy of William Spindloe’s new book “The Learning Link”

We've all been there: Facilitating our courses to an audience who may or may not respond to our messages we impart. Then at the end of the day the ubiquitous feedback or " Happy Sheet" has to be filled in at a time when the participants just want to go…

Cultivating Commitment | Retaining Expat Talent in the UAE Christianna Tsiterou Baton Global

Since the beginning of the year, regional firms have been struggling with an increasing need to rebalance their talent mix between nationals and expatriates. A key issue associated with this talent rebalancing is managing turnover and promoting organizational commitment among expats. How do we focus on what makes people want…

What creates exceptional leadership today? 6seconds.org research

What creates exceptional leadership today?  What if you could “peek inside” the relationships of thousands of leaders with their teams, colleagues, supervisors, and even customers – what would you see? By Joshua Freedman, Lorenzo Fariselli, Massimilano Ghini & Giacomo Nottoli In our research to create the Brain Talent Profile, we…

A few key finding from The State of the Heart Report 2014 from 6seconds.org

  To read the whole report, click: The State of the Heart Report   Globally, emotional intelligence is declining.   The 2 key talents for 2014: Entrepreneurship and Imagination.   Men and people over 40 have an edge.  Women & men, younger & older have OPPOSITE EQ strengths & weaknesses.…

2014 Edition of Gulf Talent’s Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf

          The 2014 edition of GulfTalent’s annual study "Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf" has been released. The report is one of the most respected and widely read sources of research on employment and salary trends in the region, used extensively by employers as well…

Human Capital Readiness: Palladium Report with Compliments

Palladium – founded, by Dr Robert Kaplan and Dr David Norton – is pleased to offer CLO-ME members a complimentary 30-page report on Human Capital Readiness, published by Harvard Business Press. Read how HR leaders use the BSC strategy management framework to manage human capital and measure results in a…

Latest 2012 Salary Stats: Employment and Salary Trends in the Gulf

The 2012 edition of GulfTalent.com’s annual study "Employment   and Salary Trends in the Gulf" has just been released. The report, which is published every year, is one of the most respected and   widely read sources of research on employment and salary trends in the   region, used extensively…

Latest Training Statistics 2012

Here is a snap shot of some great training statistics from the latest survey done by Terrapin  who are putting on the Learning and Development Show in the UAE later in the the year. Press the links for the full report: From: The Training & Development Show <terrapinn@uae.terrapinnmedia.com> 25% of employers in the Middle…

Need for Workable Retirement System in GCC for Expats

  One of the interesting features of the GCC countries is this: while they are, and will remain, very dependent on expatriates – these countries are lacking in an organised system that can provide adequately for these people’s retirement incomes. Across the region, the most common arrangement is that private…

Need for Workable Retirement System in GCC for Expats

  One of the interesting features of the GCC countries is this: while they are, and will remain, very dependent on expatriates – these countries are lacking in an organised system that can provide adequately for these people’s retirement incomes. Across the region, the most common arrangement is that private…