Entries by Peoplescape Consulting Group

Seeking a “Digital Native”

The phrase “digital native” is a fairly new term that is being employed by a number of companies, particularly in the media, digital, start-up and tech worlds. Doing a quick google search for “digital+native+jobs”, I found the following: “An ideal candidate is a digital native, who has a passion for learning and always uncovering new […]

Pinpoint: Managing Millennials

Everyday it seems a new article comes out highlighting the challenges and benefits of the Millennial generation in the workplace.  Find out what you need to know about spotting and managing Millennials in this issue of Pinpoint. [gview file=”https://8x6b56.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/PINPoint-Vol2-Iss1.pdf”]

Pinpoint: New 2015 Employment Laws

The new year is almost here, and with it will come a slew of new regulations that could affect your business.  Find out what you need to know in this issue of Peoplescape’s Pinpoint. [gview file=”https://8x6b56.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/PINPoint-Vol1-Iss3.pdf”]

Pinpoint: Emotional Intelligence and Job Preference Profiles

Get Peoplescape’s expert advice on gauging your employees’ Emotional Intelligence, and find out why you should be using Job Preference profiles to make sure you’ve got the right person for the job.  You’ll find all this and more in this issue of Pinpoint. [gview file=”https://8x6b56.p3cdn1.secureserver.net/wp-content/uploads/PINPoint-Vol1-Iss2.pdf”]

“Tell me now, right now …and change”

How do we manage performance (i.e. give and receive feedback, set objectives and coach) inside the new conversational context? What does the new conversational context mean in today’s organizations? People everywhere are tweeting, posting, communicating, connecting in real time. There is an authenticity of commentary and break-down in formal hierarchies. The need for immediate feedback […]

“Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”

From as far back perhaps as our first fascinating high school biology class we couldn’t help pondering “the chicken or the egg”. We later learned that this dilemma and conclusion extended well beyond biology.Then came “nature or nurture”, psychology 101, and the plot thickened. There was something to sink our ideologically hungry, pre-adult teeth into […]