Warning: Parameter 1 to wp_default_styles() expected to be a reference, value given in /home2/saigon/public_html/hoangnghiepen/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 600
Resources For Human Resource Specialists | Welcome to Hoang Nghiep Training and Consulting
Warning: Parameter 1 to wp_default_scripts() expected to be a reference, value given in /home2/saigon/public_html/hoangnghiepen/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 600
Home » Archive

Articles in the Resources for Human Resource Specialists Category

Resources for Human Resource Specialists, Training - Education News »

[4 May 2010 | Comments Off on Introduction about Free Management Library | ]

Introduction about Free Management Library
http://www.managementhelp.org
What is the Purpose of the Library?
The Library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations. Content is relevant to the vast majority of people, whether they are in large or small for-profit or nonprofit organizations. Over the past 15 years, the Library has grown to be one of the world’s largest well-organized collections of these types …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on The Dynamics of Existence | ]

How do you know the decisions you make are the right ones? Life is filled with tough decisions. And the answers aren’t always black and white.
There is a way to determine whether a decision is right or wrong and it applies to any choice you’re faced with in life. Once you’ve learned it, you’ll gain the confidence of knowing you’ve got a tool that can help you make the right decisions every time.
You’ll also get practical information that can help you balance your personal goals with your family, work …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on The Emotional Tone Scale | ]

How much greater would be our chances of success if we could predict whether someone we meet will turn out honest or dishonest? Maybe you use hard-won experience or you listen to your “gut feelings” about a person. But either is hit-or-miss at best.
Using the Emotional Tone Scale you can accurately estimate the conduct, reactions and ethical standards of those you meet and forecast what will happen from involvement with such persons. By applying the information in this course you can learn to judge people accurately and so assure …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Targets and Goals | ]

Do you make big plans but can’t seem to follow through with them? What’s the first step to reaching your goal? Do you know what you want but don’t know how to get it?
To dream a goal is not difficult to do. Most of us have no shortage of hopes and ambitions, and indeed these are the stuff of life. Yet at the same time many people draw up elaborate and impressive plans to reach their goals that somehow never come to pass. Some don’t even reach the point …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on The Technology of Study | ]

Have you ever wondered why you have difficulty learning new things at work? Do you have a shelf full of books you never finished?
Too many students graduate from school and college unable to put to use what they’ve learned in school. It’s not that they’re stupid or that their teachers didn’t know how to teach.
More than likely it traces back to the one thing missing from most educations—learning how to learn in the first place. We all went to school, yet isn’t it odd that no one taught us …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Fundamentals of Public Relations | ]

If you can’t understand why no one else realizes what a great worker you are, it may just be that no one told them. If you think people should be beating down your company’s door and they’re not, it may just be they don’t know where your front door is.
It’s not a matter of boasting or hinting at how great you are—it’s simply public relations.
Because it’s been used so often by unscrupulous people PR can be considered a bad thing. But the subject of public relations is defined as …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Overwhelming Workload? | ]

Is the disorganization in your life getting the best of you?
Organization is a subject that can be applied to the smallest activity or the largest. Try to cook a meal without having a recipe, all the ingredients or a place to prepare. Those elements constitute organization, and while the needs, materials and scope might be different, it’s no different setting up a plant to manufacture cars.
Whatever the activity, without proper organization, success can be difficult to achieve.
The laws that underlie the subject of organization are isolated here. The course, …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Frustrated by Failures? | ]

When things go wrong, are you left wondering why? Would you like to get to the bottom of why things aren’t going right? Is your success or failure just “dumb luck”?
Pick up a newspaper and you will find different explanations by corporate executives and political leaders as to why a company’s stock fell or political initiatives misfired. But if they really knew the causes, they’d be able to instantly make things better.
Investigations can be applied by anyone to look into and discover the real causes of success or failure. …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on Solutions for a Dangerous Environment | ]

Do you find yourself becoming disturbed by what is happening around you? Do you feel helpless, unable to control these events? Do you even sometimes feel afraid?
There are those who would like you to believe that the world around you is more dangerous than it actually is. Turn on the news or pick up a newspaper and you’ll see: it’s a daily diet of robberies, rapes, riots, murders, fires, earthquakes, floods and famine.
By understanding why certain individuals pump as much threat and danger into the world as they can, …

Resources for Human Resource Specialists »

[2 Jan 2010 | Comments Off on The Cause of Suppression | ]

Have you ever wondered why some people are continually sick while others seem to live an emotional roller coaster of highs and lows? In the booklet, The Cause of Suppression, you will find an answer.
Here is why businesses are driven into collapse, families broken up, and life made rough and failing. When you understand this data, you become that much more able to make your way in life. You are aware that “bad luck” is hardly ever the reason for misfortunes and you can therefore look for the real …