Mindset is the “popularisation” of many decades of research for Dr Dweck – who specialises in researching achievement and success. It is a fascinating book to read; partially due to
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Quite often I am asked to either implement or interpret an employee engagement survey. I do not think there has been one organization whose engagement results I have reviewed that
There is a trend in amongst talent-focused organisations to look at both “performance” and “potential” when reviewing employees. Often there’s a grid that maps performance along one axis and potential
I have talked before about how powerful the psychological contract is – and that how it is often the simple things that build trust and confidence within the employment relationship.
Malcolm Gladwell’s Outliers follows hot on the heels of The Tipping Point and Blink to raise thought provoking scenarios, this time on ‘the story of success’. The concept appeals in
Last week for International Womens’ Day, I was asked to give a speech as part of an inaugural Womens’ Group. I joined two other wonderful women who gave their perspectives
This week, as part of Volunteering Week, I had the pleasure of attending a workshop run by Martin J Cowling on how organisations sabotage their volunteer programmes. In summary, he lists
As Simon Sinek says in his book “Start with Why, how great leaders inspire everyone to take action“: “..There are leaders and there are those that lead. Leaders hold a
So if you could do you just one thing to change your organization’s culture, what would you do? What is going to make the most difference? It is a great
On today’s blog, we talk about generosity and the impact that this can have on your business. It might sound counter intuitive; but increasingly there are examples of businesses who