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the Power of Postive Performance
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How To Create a Mentally Healthy Workplace  #HR #EmployeeEngagement

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Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? When people say they want to be more resilient – what they really are saying is “help me stop feeling so bad”, “make this bad feeling go away”, or “how can I get back to feeling ‘normal’ as fast as possible?”

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How to UNLEARN ... 

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One thing you don't want your strategy to do is to make things worse than they already are. That could happen in many ways for example, by including too many extra processes; making the whole thing too unwieldy or unmanageable or otherwise adding hurdles where there aren't any already.

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Have You Got Your Best Staff On Your Best Innovation Opportunities?
Despite the fact that over 90% of executives believe that innovation is critical for survival (IBM CEO study 2012), and all the time and money that goes towards building innovation – organisations still get some simple things wrong.

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What Everyone Ought to Know about Engaging Their Staff
Many years ago I worked as a reporter with ABC on a half-hour weekly current affairs program.  I had an experience there that made me believe that enjoying your work was great for engagement and made me addicted to more. Not long after I started my boss said to me – why don’t you do the whole program?

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The 3 Cultural Factors Between your Organisation. & Innovation
In my work helping organisations to be more innovative, I often hear people say “we need to fix the culture” - it’s a popular catchphrase, especially among consultants.   But what does it mean?  What aspects of culture actually need to be “fixed”?  (By the way - I don’t agree, and if you wait for culture to be “fixed”, before you start in innovating, it may be too late - but that’s the subject of another blog).

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Innovation: Getting off to a Good Start
Two of the biggest danger points for innovation in an organisation are the start and the end - no surprises there.  The problem at the start of the innovation process is making sure you have solved the right problem or tackling the right opportunity.  These will be the ones of the most breadth, and the longest time frame (write to me, if you’d like a copy of my matrix for innovating strategically).

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The Surprising Secret to Be Twice As Productive As a Leader
What you’ve always suspected is true – negative people are draining and positive people energise those around them.  Recent studies have shown that:
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