Research

Psychological Capital

PsyCap(C) Training Interventions

Measuring Impact of Wellness Programs

Impact on Performance
Luthans, F., Avey, J. B., Avolio, B. J., & Peterson, S. J. (2010). The development and resulting performance impact of positive psychological capital. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 21(1), 41-67. doi:10.1002/hrdq.20034

Business Reputation

Reputation, Engage, Goodwill (REG) (C)

Measuring Impact of REG using conjoint economic analysis

Measuring Reputation, Engagement, Goodwill
R Whiting, P Hansen & A Sen (2017), “A tool for measuring SMEs’ reputation, engagement and goodwill: A New Zealand exploratory study”, Journal of Intellectual Capital 18, 170-88

Industry News

OK, it’s a huge part of the job. But even the most dedicated HR pro will admit that going through stacks of candidate resumes can turn your brain to jelly.

And what hastens the jelly-formation process? Reading the same tired buzzwords over and over and over.

Harris Poll, on behalf of CareerBuilder, recently canvassed 2,201 U.S. hiring managers and human resource professionals across a spectrum of industries and company sizes. The question: What resume terms are the biggest turnoffs?

The results:

Best of Breed 38% Go-getter 27%
Think outside the box 26% Synergy 22%
Go-to person 22% Thought leadership 16%
Value Added 16% Results-driven 15%
Team player 15% Bottom line 14%
Hard Worker 13% Strategic thinker 12%
Dynamic 12% Self-Motivated 12%
Detail-oriented 11%

Article by Tim Gould HRMorning.com