Category Archives: Psychology

Management Courses that Change Behaviour – Yeah right!

Keith McGregor from Personnel Psychology NZ calls out some of the myths and mysteries around training and development and the prospect of realising change, or not… Over the years we have run many management training courses and get wonderful feedback … Continue reading

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How do you measure the quality of your relationships?

I came across this intriguing post from Robin Dickinson, asking about people measure the quality of their relationships. This comment really caught my eye; Given that we are empowered to make literally 1000’s of such connections [via social media], this … Continue reading

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Video – Management Due Diligence

There’s a now a video demonstration of 4G on the Management Due Diligence page. You can see the video below, or on the Management Due Diligence page. Management Due Diligence Video Demonstration Twitter Linkedin Facebook email

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Is there really such a thing called talent?

A very thought provoking piece on talent from Magnus Holm, drilling into the details and questioning some of the assumptions. In order to become great or excellent, you must keep practicing. Not mindless practice of course, but deliberate practice as … Continue reading

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Can you predict and optimise key components of collaboration?

Justin Kirby was very kind to do a writeup of our contribution to a NESTA funded research project he was involved in. These ideas aren’t dissimilar to what I wrote about re: Jackie Orme and I’ve added a short extract … Continue reading

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Leadership, Intangibles and Talent Review Q2 2010

Welcome the second review of 2010. In this issue we have a ramble around current thinking on engagement, kick the tyres on organisational behaviour and give the old leadership tree a good shake. We’ll also explore the following themes; Engagement … Continue reading

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Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-25

Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-24 http://bit.ly/cA3laS # @aclr8 could be either, or something else all together (strategy, lack of resources, changes in economics)… in reply to aclr8 # @aclr8 collectively we r #process experts (tangible) but modelling + predicting #relationships … Continue reading

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Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-24

Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-23 http://bit.ly/cQCKzZ # @AchimMuellers no rush – take your time… in reply to AchimMuellers # @CIPD thanks for the mention – what is the purpose/outcome? in reply to CIPD # @bkeegan this now 404's – have … Continue reading

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Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-23

Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-22 http://bit.ly/bqvG2a # @AchimMuellers can you elaborate at all? in reply to AchimMuellers # @CIPD 1. real time conversation with subject matter experts 2. real time globa? brainstorming and discovery, nothing else comes close… in reply … Continue reading

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Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-22

Thoughts and ideas for 2010-07-21 http://bit.ly/bcYicJ # People or processes, which is more impotant, which helps you make more money? Do your answers match? # Twitter Linkedin Facebook email

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