This is a guest post by Marcus Turner-Jones. He graduated from Economics at the University of Sheffield before going on to work as a Market Analyst. He now writes freelance and spends time between his hometown of Harrogate and Buenos Aires.
With the rapid growth of technology many industries have had to change with the times, and Human Resources is no different.
As a seasoned facilitator and talent developer with over 12 years of experience in L&OD, talent management and consulting, Gary Lee has worked with companies from diverse industries in the areas of Talent Development, Leadership, Change Management and Corporate Strategy.
Before joining Grundfos as the Chief HR Specialist, Global Talent Development, Group OD, Gary was the Regional Head of Training of a consultancy firm with presence across seven countries in APAC.
This is a guest post by Marcus Turner Jones. He graduated in Economics from the University of Sheffield before pursuing a career as a Market Analyst in London. He has his own website, Turner Jones Finance, and writes freelance from Buenos Aires with his dog, Luna.
Blockchain technology is probably best known as the tech that is behind the use of bitcoin.
Our brains have a natural tendency to sort things into groups.
This sorting is based on experiences we’ve had throughout life, whether those experienced occurred personally or were shared experiences from others.
This phenomenon often leads to snap judgements and in the workplace, what some psychologists call Idiosyncratic Rater Effect— which tells us that a rating of a performance quality such as “potential” is driven by the idiosyncrasies of the rater versus the ratee.