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At GlobePrep we believe that potential can be the best and the worst word, as it merely spells out what could be and hasn’t been achieved. To empower you and your organisation to capitalise on your potential, we have a select range of tools and personalised solutions catered towards meeting your bespoke needs. We believe in not just leaving you with the online tools, but offering you the opportunity to utilise our support in your steps towards projected potential with actionable projects and tangible results. Bringing tomorrow’s global potential today for the world is truly yours!
Tailored world-class insights on trends in professional career advancement, organisational, global and social development
We have exclusive access to world-class online software, developed tools and practical accredited solutions
We have additionally partnered with accredited partners around the world to support training and licensing
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Professional insights and tools to inform and support prevailing leadership trends, opportunities, global market and institutional development strategies. This includes a choice of world-class certified training and/or tools to support delivery online or in person.
Do you ever wonder how you can express your ideas to incite change in your office? Depending on your work culture, it may be easier or more difficult to handle difficult conversations and speak up at work. However, there are a number of ways for you to prepare and make positive recommendations. Read here for Read more about Pitching new ideas at work[…]
“The Social Progress Index synthesizes a huge body of research to identify the dimensions of social and environmental performance of societies” (Knoema, 2019) Learn more from the map below from Knoema
The future may be a daunting place for leadership and management styles. There are a number of ways you can future proof your management so as not to be left behind. Read more here from the CMI Advice for new managers from London Tech Week 03 June 2019 – How to future-proof your management career Read more about Managing for the future[…]
The CMI suggests that “Employee engagement is not just down to the leader or company – each person is responsible for his/her own level of engagement”. This is contrary to the views of a few major human resource gurus who may suggest that is the sole duty of managers and leaders to inspire a culture and Read more about Companies who got employee engagement right[…]
“The Human Development Index (HDI) is a statistical tool used to measure a country’s overall achievement in its social and economic dimensions. The social and economic dimensions of a country are based on the health of people, their level of education attainment and their standard of living.” A score closest to 1 showing the most Read more about Human Development Index[…]
It is said that leadership as we know it is changing. Whether it means who you report to or whether you report at all, to how do you report, physically, or digitally, there is a lot of change. The CMI in conversation with a games development company have identified just a few ways in Read more about Is leadership really changing?[…]
Global Competitiveness Index measures the set of institutions, policies, and factors that set the sustainable current and medium-term levels of economic prosperity. The rankings are based on institutions and the policies that affect the level of productivity of a country. Click here to learn more about the rankings https://buff.ly/2JpfxYC
How do you brand yourself on social media? Are you using your LinkedIn to its maximum capability? Learn a bit more from the CMI about how you can better yourself https://buff.ly/2vOEvJ2 Networking expert: how I really use social media 08 May 2019 – Vanessa Vallely of WeAreTheCity on how to use social media to Read more about Personal Branding on social media[…]
Being self-aware can greatly improve your management and leadership capabilities. Are you actively aware of your own behaviours? Click here for some interesting tips from the CMI https://buff.ly/2VkfFPw
#wednesdaywisdom # Wednesdaymotivation Thirty spokes converge at one hub; What is not there makes the wheel useful. Clay is shaped to form a vessel; What is not there makes the vessel useful. Doors and windows are cut to form a room; What is not there makes the room useful. Therefore, take advantage of what is Read more about The power of what is not there[…]