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Brexit has been dragging on for two years but the problems seem more intractable than ever, the differences more irreconcilable and the chance of a coherent proposal from the government even less likely. Politicians accuse each other of indulging in identity politics,...read more
The English-Oxford Dictionary defines “feedback” as: Information about reactions to a product, a person’s performance of a task, etc., which is used as a basis for improvement. The return of a fraction of the output signal from an amplifier, microphone, or other...read more
Do you want to understand the science behind dynamic, agile, energised, committed teams, full of passion, pride and performance? The social identity approach is now considered by most psychologists to be the main theory for understanding behaviour in groups. We asked...read more
In his April 2017 HBR article What to Do About Mediocrity on Your Team , Joseph Grenny observed that, “The toughest test of a manager is not how they deal with poor performance — it’s how they address mediocrity.” Over the course of many, many conversations with team...read more
In increasingly dynamic, complex business environments, helping people develop their strengths, build new competencies, and work collaboratively to deliver results has become a business imperative. In response, many organizations make significant investments in...read more