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John Clark

Ireland, Ireland

A commercial and operations leader with a background in strategic B2B & B2C operations planning, talent acquisition and management, and thought leadership across multiple international markets. An entrepreneurial mindset with a strategic focus to excel in both startups and scaling businesses.

John ClarkPoints
Academic0
Author5
Influencer0
Speaker0
Entrepreneur80
Total85

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AI 30.65
Predictive Analytics 31.14
Management 30.13
Leadership 33.02
HR 36.59
Culture 33.49
Diversity and Inclusion 47.61

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5 Article/Blogs
3 Ways Technology Promotes Workplace Inclusion
linkedin
January 29, 2019
Luckily, more and more of us are recognising how vital inclusivity in the workplace is for business success and creating a healthy and thriving workplace culture. Diverse perspectives and experiences are essential, and inclusion means ensuring these wide-ranging perspectives are given equal weight and voice. And while this perspective has gained prominence, how to implement our desire for inclusion proves challenging. Unsurprisingly though, our increasing use of technology can be leveraged to help create more inclusive workplaces.

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Tags: AI, Predictive Analytics

How to Work with Power, Authority, and Politics
linkedin
January 07, 2019
Volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity, otherwise known as the VUCA concept —pins down the key features of a challenging environment. The U.S. Army coined the concept to describe the world as it stood following the Cold War. It came to define the general atmosphere of our current business landscape. As alarming as this might seem, there are strategies for organisations to adapt to this profoundly complex and volatile world, and helps understand how to best work with Authority, Power, and Politics.

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Tags: AI, Predictive Analytics

6 Steps to Improve your Employer Branding through Learning & Development
linkedin
December 18, 2018
Change is a certainty. We all experience change in every aspect of our lives – some are driven by outside forces, while others are initiated through our own decisions and actions. What happens next, and often what defines our success, is how we embrace that change.

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Tags: AI, Management, Predictive Analytics

How to Make Your Organisation an Advocate of Diversity
linkedin
December 10, 2018
As the global consumer base becomes increasingly diverse, organisations that promote and embrace diversity will enjoy greater overall success.

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Tags: AI, Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion

EQ vs. IQ: Emotional Intelligence At Work
linkedin
December 03, 2018
If you’re in the HR field, you’ve probably heard of EQ – it’s becoming a bit of a buzzword and with good reason. EQ stands for Emotional Quotient and is distinct from IQ. Organisations can use innovative HR Tech solutions to incorporate EQ into their talent acquisition strategy.

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Tags: AI, Predictive Analytics

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The New CHRO – The Value of a Non-HR Background
John Clark
February 11, 2019
What kind of role does the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) occupy in your organisation? Traditionally, the CHRO’s duties mostly focused on dealing with personnel – hiring, firing, and everything in between. At a time, the CHRO was considered to be a mid-level, primarily administrative position.

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Tags: HR, Leadership

3 Ways Technology Promotes Workplace Inclusion
John Clark
January 29, 2019
Luckily, more and more of us are recognising how vital inclusivity in the workplace is for business success and creating a healthy and thriving workplace culture. Diverse perspectives and experiences are essential, and inclusion means ensuring these wide-ranging perspectives are given equal weight and voice. And while this perspective has gained prominence, how to implement our desire for inclusion proves challenging. Unsurprisingly though, our increasing use of technology can be leveraged to help create more inclusive workplaces.

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Tags: Leadership, Culture, HR, Diversity and Inclusion

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