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Seeing is Believing

If leaders want engagement, they need to invest more in clarifying what they and their people are trying to achieve. Caroline Allen offers some food for thought (should you be in need of more after […]

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New for a New World

Have you made a New Year’s Resolution to work differently? If you lead a team, would it help if your team changed up a gear? Read Will Sudworth’s article here on cultivating the conditions for […]

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Beware the expert

‘Nothing would be more fatal than for the Government of States to get in the hands of experts.’    Winston Churchill There are times when we all need experts – usually in fields beyond our knowledge […]

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Handling Stressful Situations

If you knew that there was something at your disposal every moment of every day that you can call on to help you to deal with stress and keep you calm; something that gives you […]

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Let My People Go Surfing

Yvon Chouinard is founder and owner of Patagonia, one of the leading outdoor clothing and equipment brands. This month, Piers Carter reviews Chouinard’s book entitled ‘Let my People go Surfing – the education of a […]

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Why say why?

There’s a queue at the photocopier. They all have to wait. Yet everyone, almost every time, agreed to a queue jumper. So what had Harvard psychologist Ellen Langer stumbled upon that soon became the first […]

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Learning in Teams and The Beatles

What has setting up learning and review methods in teams and the Beatles got in common? If you’re thinking: ‘Not a lot’, you’re right. However, Caroline Allen’s article explains how to do the former and […]

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