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Posts in Talent management

The “leadership time bomb”: What are you doing to bridge the gap?

5th Sep, 2012
Leadership IMPACT

 I wonder how much work is being done across the UK to bridge the leadership gap that was exposed a few weeks ago in a report by our partner talent management company, SHL. The Global Leadership study showed that while the UK might be ranked in the top three for “capable leaders”, when it comes […]

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Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in Recruitment and Selection

16th Jan, 2011
mbti for recruitment?

We are  often asked to provide the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) for recruitment and selection and our answer is always – definitely not because you could end up in court at an employment tribunal. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is what it says on the tin – an indicator – an indicator of preferences. It is an invaluable tool […]

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ROI for executive coaching

26th Jun, 2010

In their book ‘the Extraordinary Coach’ Zenger and Stinett quote their own research that shows a positive correlation between coaching and employee commitment, employee satisfaction and employee effort. If you want to increase employee engagement then a coaching culture is a prerequisite, it seems. Talk to us about creating a coaching culture.

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Making Change Stick- The Masai and Logical Levels

26th Nov, 2009

Research by Gregory Bateson and Robert Dilts suggests that we have a hierarchy in the way we think about things. They identified six ‘logical levels of thought’, each level providing different information and building on the level below.

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Monty saves England – Who is your buddy? Who could you buddy with?

12th Jul, 2009

You may have just watched the end of the first test match with Australia.

Monty Panesar, the England cricketer, has gone from batting no hoper to England saviour through having a buddy (Paul Colingwood) to help him improve his batting.

Who could you buddy with?

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Hog Hollow: Excellence – Innate or developed?

17th Jun, 2009
Hog Hollow

Is Leadership innate or developed – a case study from our recent visit to South Africa

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