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A simple but radical new idea about how to spend development budgets
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Two characteristics increasingly touted as critical for success
There are lessons every firm should learn from the recent events at Volkswagen.
How to accelerate people’s development is fast emerging as THE pressing talent challenge of our age.
The problem with development plans is that too often they just don't work. So here's two ideas to help.
Diversity Councils are under attack for their lack of impact. But there may still be a point to them.
How to effectively select and manage coaching suppliers
Asking just two questions can help identify and improve someone’s resilience for a task
Training in resilience is all the rage at the moment. But does it really work? New research out shows the answer is not straightforward….
Hot off the press - new research triggers debate over will-power
A simple but potentially hugely effective technique for improving the effectiveness coaching
How important is self-awareness for behavior change and how can you improve it?
Five suggestions for how to improve your strategic thinking
Convenient, Attractive and Normative: A nice mnemonic for a neat approach to behavior change
P+D+C = the formula for accelerating people's development
A simple tool to track and gamify your progress
Optimism, Over-Confidence, and What to Do About It
New research shows we over-rate information with the word 'neuroscience' in it
There are at least 26 reasons why coaches can think what they are doing works, even when it doesn't.
How to enagage people in almost anything...
2 new research papers describe ways of reinforcing willpower when trying to change behavior.
Even simple activities such as development planning can improve retention.
Who would want to be a CEO? Not many of us, apparently.
Workers who want to keep building their skills are getting less and less support from employers.
A quick and neat technqiue to open people up to advice
Why learning and development continues to struggle to make an impact and what we can do about it...
Stop relying on academics and business schools being the experts in change
Why you should be careful about over-praising individuals with low self-esteem
Taking a closer look at the use of gamification in corporate learning
The key to making corporate learning successful
The official press release for the upcoming book Changing Employee Behavior