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How to stand out with your response to the Zukunft Personal Europe call for papers

Zukunft Personal Europe call for papers

Photo: Andrea Enderlein – Zukunft Personal Europe

Please raise your hand if you’ve ever felt paralyzed by a conference call for paper. When you open up the application document you are hit with the stark black Times New Roman font on a white background, bumping off any creative writing you may have felt a moment ago. It’s a daunting-enough task to create a 20-slide deck to report your monthly business metrics – never mind putting together a 600 to 1000 words topic proposal for the Zukunft Personal Europe call for papers to be competed with thousands of similar applications.

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8 talent management trends for 2018

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Illustration: Studio Fee Overbeeke

When you ask CEO’s and CHRO’s what their key priorities are for the coming year, talent management always is one of the issues high on the list. Talent management is an easy and safe choice. Nobody will argue that talent management is not important. Supervisory Boards love to talk about succession and talent management. Talent management is generally seen as something long-term. When you hear terms as “strategic”, “long-term”, “future” and “investment”, you must be careful. For talent management this means: it is important, but not urgent. For the CEO, it means: I have ticked the box, but now HR can deal with it. Of course, I will visit the final session of the senior management program, of course, I will personally mentor one or two high potentials, but please, do not bother me too much about talent management, I have more urgent matters on my plate.  A big challenge for organisations is to make talent management urgent, and to make it a priority of today, not of the future.

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Death of Superman – why the road to success is inevitably through failure

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Photo: pixabay

Elon Musk famously said: “If something is important enough you should try, even if the probable outcome is failure.” In today’s VUCA world, there are hardly any guarantees anymore. Just as Whatsapp and other messaging services have bitten out billions from large established Telecom companies’ revenues, established businesses and sure-fire branches are under threat every day. If it’s not the curly haired guys in a garage, it may be an advertising fiasco, a new regulation, changing technologies, and even ageing population.

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New exhibition Personal Turkey: skills shortage and corporate health management are key issues in Turkey

With a population of over14 million, the economic hotspot Istanbul is a perfect exibition location. Photo: pixabay.com.

With a population of over14 million, the economic hotspot Istanbul is the perfect exibition location. Photo: pixabay.com.

The new exhibition Personal Turkey to be launched on 13 and 14 April 2016 in the WOW Hotels and Convention Center is the first of its kind in Istanbul to focus on the tasks and challenges of the Turkish HR industry. What many people over here do not know is that despite the high level of youth unemployment, there has also been a skills shortage in various sectors of Turkish industry for quite some years now. The background to this is as simple as it is obvious. The Turkish economy has been registering dynamic growth since 2003 and the supplier industry has experienced a particularly strong upward trend. To meet international standards and cover current developments in their working area, many Turkish firms have been desperately looking for staff with the right industry knowledge. >>MORE>>

Heading for interaction with the HR community: Why we’re entering the world of blogging

Foto: Jorge Quinteros/flickr.com.

Foto: Jorge Quinteros/flickr.com.

Welcome to our new Zukunft Personal/HRM Expo blog!

The HR community meets in Cologne once a year for an intensive exchange of ideas at Europe’s leading HR exhibition. With well over 200 programme points, the exhibition covers the full spectrum of human resources work: from recruiting and human resource services to continuing vocational training, leadership and employment law to HR software and the future of the workplace. We believe that this programme is so packed full of interesting topics and exciting, inspirational ideas on all aspects of human resources that it deserves to attract an audience outside the exhibition as well. >>MORE>>