Jul 19, 2012

Beyond Rhetoric – The Values Gap

When I lost my mobile recently it took 3 calls to my provider, over an hour waiting, two failed attempts …

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Jun 20, 2012

More on Priming and How We Are Nudged into Action

Our article last article proved to be a very popular read. So popular, in fact, that we’re exploring the subject …

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Jun 06, 2012

The Fascinating World of the Unconscious Mind

Your unconscious mind takes in way more information than your conscious mind is aware of. Not only that but it …

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Apr 02, 2012

Can I Give You Some Feedback…?

“Feedback” is a scientific term from the field of Physics and it’s critical to how we learn to do things. …

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Mar 16, 2012

Just Say “No” – The Power of Taking Control

It’s a familiar feeling. You have way too much going on already and as fast as you clear one job, …

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Feb 22, 2012

The Art of Delegation

“If you want a thing done well, do it yourself.” It’s a familiar phrase and one we’ve probably all  used …

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Feb 14, 2012

Emotion at Work

 “I think you have to work with people, and when I talk about managing  relationships…it’s a question of sharing emotion …

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Feb 08, 2012

Going Somewhere? Career Development Tips

If you really want to shine in your career it’s critical that you truly understand how your strengths can work …

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Feb 08, 2012

10 Things You Can Do To Keep Fiery Red Smiling

1. Be brief and clear 2. Appreciate their determination and perseverance 3. Be productive 4. Mirror their fast paced style …

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Jan 30, 2012

What Really Motivates Employees?

Never a year goes by without some esteemed professor announcing to the world that they’ve found the big one! The …

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Jan 19, 2012

Using The Ladder of Inference

We live in a world of self-generating beliefs which remain largely untested. We adopt those  beliefs because they are based …

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Jan 10, 2012

The Middle Path Manner

We all know it’s tough being a leader at the moment. Under pressure, most of us tend to lean on …

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Jan 09, 2012

Behavioural Type and Change

Change Management today has become more relevant as businesses re-invent themselves to achieve the competitive edge over their competitors in …

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Jan 03, 2012

Leadership in Turbulent Times

It’s been a long time coming, but the recession that has hit us will no doubt leave a similar legacy …

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Dec 19, 2011

Hippocrates, Galen & The Four Humours

Hippocrates – Greek physician (c460BC – 370BC). A contemporary of Socrates (470BC – 399BC), mentioned in the writings of Plato (428BC – 348BC) …

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Dec 12, 2011

Love Your Team

“Everyone wants to make a difference. We all want to feel loved and that we matter. As the cost of …

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Dec 07, 2011

What Talented Employees Want

In “First, Break All The Rules”, Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman told the story of how the Gallup Organisation had …

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Dec 04, 2011

Four Tips on Giving Feedback

As we know, in any collection of people there will undoubtedly be differences. Opinion, behaviour, attitude, communication, you name it. …

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