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Non Verbal Communication Modes

What is non-verbal communication? Definition “nonverbal communication involves those nonverbal stimuli in a communication setting that are generated by both the source [speaker] and his or her use of the environment and that have potential message value for the source or receiver [listener]. Basically it is sending and receiving messages in a variety of ways without the use of verbal… Continue reading

10 Alasan Orang Lebih Memilih Bersikap Cuek

Pada beberapa keadaan, Kita harus berhadapan dengan Orang yang memilih bersikap cuek. Padahal Kita tahu atau setidaknya sedikit merasa bahwa dasar Orang tersebut bukan Orang yang cuek. Akan tetapi pada akhirnya Kita harus merasakan sikap Cuek Dia yang sedikit membingungkan. Jika itu yang Kita alami, tentu saja ada tanda tanya, alasan apa yang membuat Dia lebih memilih bersikap cuek terhadap… Continue reading

Perpres No 19 tahun 2016 Tentang Jaminan Kesehatan

Peraturan Presiden Nomor 19 tahun 2016 tentang Perubahan Kedua atas Peraturan Presiden No 12 tahun 2013 Tentang Jaminan Kesehatan Dibawah ini kami sampaikan perubahan yang terjadi dalam Perpres 19/2016 antara lain:  Peserta PPU dapat mendaftarkan sendiri Sanksi bagi badan usaha yang tidak mendaftarkan dipertegas Batas PTKP menjadi Rp8 juta Besaran iuran mandiri kelas 3 Rp30.000 kelas 2 Rp51.000 kelas 1 Rp80.000… Continue reading

Human Resources Management Training Courses January – December 2016

Human Resources Management Training Courses January – December 2016 January, 28 – 29, HR Management Audit, 2 days, Jakarta February, 09 – 10, Effective Performance Management, 2 days, Jakarta February, 11 – 12, The Essentials of HR Management, 2 days, Jakarta February, 15 – 16, Designing and Delivering Effective Training Program, 2 days, Jakarta February, 29, Effective Training Evaluation, 1… Continue reading

Why More and More Companies Are Ditching Performance Ratings

A few years ago, I noticed around half a dozen courageous companies beginning experiments to remove ratings from their performance management systems. Companies such as Juniper and Adobe stopped giving people a one-to-five rating or evaluating employees on a “performance curve,” also known as the “forced ranking” approach. They were still differentiating performance in various ways, and still using a… Continue reading