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17.07.2023 “I can do it!”  Founders are characterized by optimism, resilience and self-efficacy conviction. All values are measurable and trainable. Why is that?  Successful founders have strong personal resources. They are particularly optimistic, resilient and at the same time convinced of their own effectiveness. This entrepreneurial capital can be measured, and trained in every person. Learn how successful founders harness their entrepreneurial capital to thrive in challenging times. “I can do it!” 
AI literacy
15.02.2024 AI literacy: These are the key skills for modern HR work The use of AI systems will revolutionize the HR sector. Not using AI is no longer an option. It is now a matter of developing the necessary skills to be able to use the technology in a targeted manner. HR professionals need to start equipping themselves with the knowledge they need to use AI tools effectively while retaining the invaluable human judgment that machines cannot replace. AI literacy: These are the key skills for modern HR work
22.05.2023 AI vs. Human Intelligence: Understanding the advantages and shortcomings of Artificial Intelligence Examining the differences between AI and Human Intelligence, and how they can work together to drive Innovation. Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a hot topic in recent years, with advancements in technology and machine learning leading to significant improvements in areas such as natural language processing and Machine vision. But while AI has many strengths, it also has its limitations. AI vs. Human Intelligence: Understanding the advantages and shortcomings of Artificial Intelligence
Attention, Narcissism!
17.05.2023 Attention, narcissism!  Unveiling the truth about narcissism and its impact on teams and companies, discover how AI can now recognize such behavior. From charismatic allure to detrimental consequences, narcissists can disrupt success in various ways. Explore the prevalence of narcissistic traits in executive suites and the alarming trends among younger generations. Discover the profound negative effects narcissism has on teams and organizations, from prioritizing personal goals over … Attention, narcissism! 
Building Trust with XAI
23.11.2023 Building Trust with Explainable AI: Techniques and Approaches As AI becomes more pervasive in our lives, it’s becoming increasingly important to understand how these systems work and to be able to trust their decisions. Explainable AI (XAI) is a growing field that aims to create more transparent and interpretable machine learning models. Building Trust with Explainable AI: Techniques and Approaches
Employee diagnostics: What do you care about my personality? Character traits
29.02.2024 Employee diagnostics: What do you care about my personality? How much “humanity” is good for organizations would be answered very differently by people from different philosophies. On the one hand, there are those who say that we can only do good work if we are allowed to be ourselves in a professional context, with the full range of our characteristics, feelings and needs. This view has become very popular with the New Work movement. Employee diagnostics: What do you care about my personality?
Empowered teams - doing the right thing
07.05.2024 Empowered teams: doing the right thing (instead of doing everything right) What is more important on the job – doing things right or doing the right things? – Most people will probably answer “both”. Nevertheless, in the context of changing corporate cultures, it is worth thinking about this question in its absolute either-or variant. Empowered teams: doing the right thing (instead of doing everything right)
Everyone wants these five colleagues* in 2024.
10.01.2024 Everyone wants these five colleagues in 2024 From “prompt engineer” to “AI ethicist” to “avatar fashion designer” – new technology is not only eliminating jobs, it is also creating many new fields of activity. This inspired us to think about the hurdles that HR managers in particular are currently facing and what support, new roles or professions there should be in HR to overcome them. Everyone wants these five colleagues in 2024
Good leadership: With self-reflection and asshole filter
30.05.2024 Good leadership: With self-reflection and asshole filter A good leader – is that something you are or is that something you become? – Let me put it this way: you are one if you are willing to become one. In other words, leadership requires a willingness to develop. Leading always means learning to lead. It is an ongoing process that is never finished, especially in the fast-paced world we live in. Good leadership: With self-reflection and asshole filter
Expensive assessments, even more expensive bad hires
25.01.2024 How AI can save your HR budget. According to a study by Glassdoor, companies experience an increase in applications in January, while at the same time employee turnover goes up. For HR, this means juggling between recruiting new talent, conducting appreciative offboarding and keeping the existing workforce happy, often with limited budgets. How AI can save your HR budget.
How Companies Get to the Bottom of Quiet Quitting
03.11.2023 How Companies Get to the Bottom of Quiet Quitting The topic of “Quitting” is stirring the HR world. People seem to be resigning in very different ways. Sometimes very officially, increasingly internally, often silently. Yet, what does it say about our work environment when people who do what is expected of them (no less, but also no more) are referred to as “Quitters”? – However, we don’t want to become too philosophical here. How Companies Get to the Bottom of Quiet Quitting
27.03.2024 HR should focus far more on personalities! Personality first – this is one of the most important trends in dealing with talent. Why? The so-called “hard” skills that companies need are changing faster than ever before. Today’s expert skills will be yesterday’s news tomorrow. What remains are the supposedly “soft” skills and people’s personalities. The better companies know their employees, the better they can… HR should focus far more on personalities!
22.04.2024 Interview with Tom Ritsch, Co-Founder of AOAIO “We are not looking for consultants, we are looking for people who fit in well with us.” – Interview with Tom Ritsch, Co-Founder of AOAIO Hi Tom, this week we’re looking at the question of why companies should even bother assessing candidates in depth if they don’t have much choice anyway. Interview with Tom Ritsch, Co-Founder of AOAIO
Lead Effectively- Speak 20 percent, Actively Listen 80 percent - Listening attentively
03.08.2023 Lead Effectively: Speak 20%, Actively Listen 80%!* *(Spoiler: AI makes it possible) Hand on heart: Do you know the current state of well-being of your employees? Do you understand their worries, challenges, and feelings? Do you know what truly moves them, what challenges they face, what is going well for them, and where they urgently need support? Lead Effectively: Speak 20%, Actively Listen 80%!*
The measurement of GenZ: Lost in translation is so 2003
14.03.2024 Measuring the GenZ: Lost in translation is so 2003 “Too leisure-oriented? – We’re just hard-working in a different way.” was the headline of the brandeins magazine in September 2020, using many examples to draw a picture of a Generation Z that is changing the world of work practically “on the job”. The new generation of employees is neither lazy nor inherently less well educated than previous generations, , even if they are repeatedly accused of being so. Measuring the GenZ: Lost in translation is so 2003
Missed the boat on AI? How companies are catching up
20.12.2023 Missed the boat on AI? How companies are catching up Artificial intelligence – we don’t need it. Many companies would probably have signed this sentence a year ago. ChatGPT had been released a few weeks earlier. Today, no company can avoid the question of what it is already using AI systems for. Missed the boat on AI? How companies are catching up
12.12.2023 Natural Language Processing in Business As businesses become more customer-centric, understanding customer needs and wants is becoming increasingly important. Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is revolutionizing the way businesses interact with their customers. Natural Language Processing in Business
NLP
08.05.2023 NLP 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Natural Language Processing Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a field of study that focuses on analysis and synthesis of human language. NLP is a fascinating and rapidly evolving field with a wide range of applications, from chatbots and virtual assistants to sentiment analysis and machine translation. NLP 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Natural Language Processing
Quiet Thriving Over Quiet Quitting: AI's Role in Fostering Proactive Work Culture
03.10.2023 Quiet Thriving Over Quiet Quitting AI’s Role in Fostering Proactive Work Culture. Every movement has its counter-movement, and this is also true in the HR sector. While “Quiet Quitting” describes a state in which employees do just the bare minimum, “Quiet Thriving” represents a concept that encourages people to actively participate and shape their own work environment. Quiet Thriving Over Quiet Quitting
11.04.2024 Recruit the curious! “We run this company on questions, not answers.” This sentence comes from Eric Schmidt, Google’s former CEO. It makes it clear which characteristic the company values most in new employees: Curiosity. The recruiting strategy is correspondingly consistent: when the company was looking for engineers, it published a huge billboard with a riddle. Recruit the curious!
The self-made skills shortage
24.04.2024 The self-made skills shortage Why should we analyze applicants in depth if we have no choice about who we hire anyway? We hear this question a lot. It reflects the frustration many companies feel about the lack of skilled workers. And rightly so? – We say: Yes and no. For one thing, we think that the shortage of skilled workers is not a “force of nature” that companies are helplessly exposed to. The self-made skills shortage
Entrepreneurial Capital
09.10.2023 What is Entrepreneurial Capital that we measure at Zortify? Entrepreneurial capital is like a secret weapon for business people, whether you are an entrepreneur, corporate employee or leader – you want to score high in entrepreneurial capital. It’s made up of certain mental powers that help you do well in your work and handle challenges bravely. It’s not about skills or personality traits, it’s about your mindset, how you think and deal with things. What is Entrepreneurial Capital that we measure at Zortify?
Why Due Diligence matters: The importance of personality analysis in investment decisions
08.09.2023 Why Due Diligence matters: The importance of personality analysis in investment decisions Due diligence is a crucial part of any investment decision, especially when it comes to startups. While financial, legal, and tax aspects are often thoroughly examined, there is one aspect that is sometimes overlooked: the personality of the founders. Why Due Diligence matters: The importance of personality analysis in investment decisions
Why should psychology be considered in due diligence
08.07.2023 Why should psychology be considered in due diligence? When it comes to conducting due diligence, most people focus on analyzing financial statements, legal documents, and other technical information. However, it’s important not to overlook the role of psychology in due diligence. Here are some reasons why psychology should be considered when conducting due diligence. Why should psychology be considered in due diligence?

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