Beyond those definitions though, I think the most helpful way to articulate values is in a hierarchy. In what order do the values fall? Let's say an employee has to
It's a simple enough question, with an answer that we can probably all relate to. You know how it feels when someone is rude to you, whether that is in
Cultural fit (or lack thereof) is one of the key reasons that employees don't work out. So it makes sense that when you're recruiting you're conscious of this.
Every single successful person I have ever spoken to cites learning more from failure than from easy success. But perfection, by its very nature doesn't allow for those bumps or
Have you ever drawn a conclusion from someone else’s behaviour or actions that is just completely incorrect? Put 2 and 2 together and got 5? That’s fine, except that it
If you can look at it not for how you perceive that it reflects on your own competence, but rather, what it means that your team can deliver for the
Perhaps, what Downey and Dr Dweck are suggesting is that the competitive edge has been there all along, we just haven't been looking for it.
There seems to be something in the air at the moment. People are frustrated about so many things. Tempers are flaring; not helped, of course, by the heat. There is
Does Trust Cost You Money? Stephen Covey is a big fan of trust — he’s written the famous book “The Speed of Trust” and believes that far from it being a warm
After many months in the writing, and even more in the getting organised — it is getting so close to “Do What You Say You’ll Do (and other tools to lead