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Feb 02 2016

Leadership qualities – an infographic

Tweet In this world where we are constantly bombarded with information sometimes it’s nice to have something that is simple in its approach and that’s why this week we have chosen this cartoon infographic about leadership qualities from CMOE. There’s no rocket science here but it does simply remind us of some of the key characteristics successful leaders demonstrate …

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Jan 26 2016

Immunity to Change – facing your fears for sustainable personal change

Tweet In my previous posts on the Immunity to Change (ITC) model, I explained how to create an Improvement Goal that will provide the focus for over-turning your immunity to change and also how to use the X-Ray map to audit which of your behaviours that may be working against you achieving your Improvement Goal. In this final …

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Jul 23 2015

Is there a better way to organise work to make people happier and more productive?

Tweet Unfortunately I had to pull out of an event this week named ’Why aren’t organisations shifting?’ by Caterfly . For quite a while now I’ve been interested in the idea that organisations can work in a different way from our traditional command and control top-down hierarchy. Two approaches which appear to be gaining popularity and …

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Dec 21 2014

Happy holidays

Tweet All of us at LCP wish you a very happy holiday and a successful 2015 in whatever you choose to do.  

Dec 12 2014

Staff satisfaction in Higher Education

Tweet Our final HE Inform of 2014 considers the issues around staff satisfaction in Higher Education and explores what leaders and HR can do to improve it during times of significant change and uncertainty. The information cited in this article has been taken from the following three sources. At the beginning of 2014 the Times …

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Oct 06 2014

Employees struggle to manage work and caring duties

work-life balance

Tweet Employees are struggling to balance their work responsibilities and caring responsibilities outside of work, according to the latest CIPD/Simplyhealth Absence Management survey. More than one in three employers report that absence levels have increased because their staff are struggling to cope with their caring responsibilities outside of work. The survey also shows that just …

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Sep 08 2014

Skills to help become a better lifelong learner

learning

Tweet In an article on the Institute of Leadership and management website, Samuel Malone, author of Awaken the Genius Within – A Guide to Lifelong Learning Skills, provides some tips on how to become a great lifelong learner. There’s a lot to recommend lifelong learning, as Malone says: “There are many benefits of lifelong learning …

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