#Working4HRM

#Working4HRM – Fight sexual exploitation and abuse with accountability and protection.

Emmanuelle Lacroix|Partnership Development Manager – EMEA| March 2018 Sexual exploitation and abuse poisons all facets of society and is endemic across the globe. I started writing this blog on International Women’s Day as the #metoo moment in the...
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#Working4HRM- Performance management (2) : the mutual understanding

Zeno Filippi| HRM Amnesty International| november 2016  In a psychiatric ward, during a guided tour, a visitor asks the Chief: “How do you know if a patient needs to be hospitalised?” “It is very easy- the Chief answers – we fill up a bath tub...
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#Working4HRM: HRM as Change facilitators

Maria Diricatti | HRM LAV  The change and role that HR professionals, are called to carry out, with confidence and courage is a change that I define as urgent, and that touches the organisations of any sector: moving the attention from the “to do...
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#Working4HRM: Smart Working means team play

Gian Paolo Montini | CEO Peter Pan Onlus | 22nd November 2016 I am 52. For more than 30 years I have been committed in volunteering and after a management career in the “Profit” sector, about 11 years ago I professionally moved to the Non profit...
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Human Resources Management in the NGOs. Let’s take stock together

On Friday 25th of November, at the Polo Didattico in Rome, Piazza Oderico da Pordenone 3, starting at 2pm, the Social Change School, will hold the Conference #Working4HRM. The HRM in the Italian NGOs: an open and informal debate among the main professionals...
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#Working4HRM- Human resources in the non profit, which tools to meet new challenges?

Simona Rigoni | HRM Oxfam Italia | 27th  October 2016 Human resources are a strategic and yet an extremely complex function in all organisations, with an ability to make the difference both in and out of the organisation. In Italy, we do not reflect...
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#Working4HRM- The Humanitarian Sector between old and new boundaries: the emerging profiles

13th October 2016– Interview to Lodovico Mariani, Director of HOPE– Master in Humanitarian Operations in Emergencies Managing Projects, People, Administration & Logistics in the field for the project #Working4HRM: 1-    What are the...
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#Working4HRM- HRM in the Nonprofit Sector…bread, love and dreams?

Marco Crescenzi | 7 October 2016 I would like to thank colleagues from our partner NGOs’ who are participating in the ‘Working4HRM’ on the Social Change School’s Blog. I have been asked to ‘close’ this first turn. Personally, one of the most...
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#Working4HRM – Creating Value. Starting from the Present

Federica Morra | HR Officer at CCM-Comitato Collaborazione Medica  Creating value. Working from the present situation and resources. Those became the two precious grounds I have always based my work on, in any working reality I found myself. It is not...
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#Working4HRM – Smart-working

Simone Sgueo|HRM Save the Children Italia|28 July 2016 One thing is certain: technology has completely permeated our way of living, and our way of working as well. It does not exist a job (or almost) that does not look for innovation, well it is true...
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