About Paula Clapon

Paula is a content strategist with a big passion for life and the pursuit of happiness. When she's not creating an eBook or tweeting the latest trends, she's probably petting a cat or watching a movie.

Shape Company Culture Before It’s Too Late: 4 Hiring Strategies for the Best Fits

Misconceptions about company culture are abundant. As long as you define culture correctly, the benefits of strategizing the construct within your organization are clear. Rather than crafting a company culture full of carbon copy employees,

Chatting with hubEngage about Employee Engagement and Company Culture

In a recent interview for hubEngage, I got the chance to talk about my views on employee engagement and company culture, and how they connect to business objectives. I think many of these questions are

5 Exciting Scenarios For Your Teambuilding Event

Even the most productive and effective teams can benefit from teambuilding activities because they help to find new ways of improving morale and motivation. Only a team that works great together is productive and successful.

By |Employee engagement|

These Recruitment Trends Will Shape The Future Of HR

There are two teams that come into play when hiring occurs in a company. There’s management who tend to act on impulse when they see an employee with an impressive resume or cool ideas for

By |HR Trends, Talent Management|

Where do employees fit in your change management plan?

A simple sequence of clicks somewhere in the world can change the economic conditions of an entire industry. Companies have to be quick to adapt. This is the reality of our days, where businesses have

4 Actionable Steps Towards A More Positive Culture

What is the working culture in your office like? There is a good chance that it is far from ideal, statistically speaking, and you might be wondering what you can do to improve it. All

By |Company culture|

Scaling The Team, Not Just The Business

Any business that is looking to grow is going to be undergoing some changes. Those changes can be demanding enough as a manager or employer overseeing it all. One of the most tenuous parts of

By |Leadership, Talent Management|

Independent Work: Train The Employees To Make Brainy Employees

It’s easy to get caught up in the sole objective of investing copious amounts of money into resources and marketing when you’re trying to improve your business and creating a stronger, safer and more successful

By |Talent Management|

Recruitment: Bringing The Candidates To You

Businesses have one thing in common: you want the best employees. It makes a lot of sense because the right employee can transform a business. After all, they do all the donkey work to help

By |Talent Management|

How To Manage A Team Whilst Running A Business

Many business owners hire managers to do this for them because it means they can focus primarily on the running and success of their company, but not everyone has the resources to do this. Especially

By |Leadership|