Coaching and Mentoring

How can leaders foster a developmental culture?

In today’s rapidly changing and networked world, a strong culture helps to further develop an organisation’s workforce. This does require a shift in mindset though, as guest contributors Wendy Murphy and Kathy Kram advise. They say mentoring needs to become a part of everyday interactions.
HRM Asia - 23 Oct 2015
An increasing number of educators are incorporating gamification tools into their teaching and training sessions, here's how they've done it.
Sham Majid - 20 Oct 2015
Executive education does not only refer to fabled MBA programmes. Rather, niche courses and programmes are geared towards specific professions, including the HR profession. But how should HR practitioners equip themselves to be work-ready and relevant? HRM finds out.
Sham Majid - 19 Aug 2015
While corporate training continues to be of utmost importance to organisations, ensuring the coaching aligns with business objectives has become the new mantra. HRM finds out how firms can ensure their programmes are in sync with their company goals
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 18 Mar 2015
A wide range of government funding schemes and courses are designed to encourage small to medium enterprises to train and upgrade the skills of their Singaporean and Permanent Resident workers. HRM shares the latest resources available
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 07 Jan 2015
Professional coaching is an important tool for driving business performance. HRM weighs in on the challenges and how best to improve the coaching process
Shalini Shukla-Pandey - 21 Jan 2014
Professional coaching is a distinct service and differs greatly from therapy, consulting, mentoring or training. HRM looks at the visibility, understanding, and impact of coaching in the corporate world

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