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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Why leadership development is broken and one thing you might do about it

Shared from on 21 October 2016

When my children went to primary school, I recognised some of the input they were receiving from my first management development course ten years previously. By the time they were in secondary school they were being taught the same things I was seeing in management and leadership courses at the time. The people entering our […]

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Who needs European Employment Rights

Shared from on 2 June 2016

I logged into Twitter and someone had posted this image into my timeline. My eyes nearly rolled out of their sockets. The Brexit debate could scarcely be said to have been characterised by the accuracy and honesty of the arguments advanced, but this seems to me to be very seriously misleading. I am going to […]

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Technology, analytics, data, life – start from the beginning

Shared from on 25 April 2016

I’ve just got back from the HRTechFest in Washington. Last time I went to one of these, I wrote this about Technology being HR’s biggest asset. I still think it is – so take a look. This time, I was struck this time about the commonality of a lot of the themes that people were […]

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The Second Day

Shared from on 18 April 2016

Have you ever started a new job? Do you remember what it was like? I remember anxiety about what I wore, how to drive to the office, where to park and what would happen. You weren’t sure who you were going to meet and wondered what they’d think about you. What would your work space … Continue reading "The Second Day"

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Building Trust

Shared from on 11 December 2015

Internal recruiters – A short but hopefully sweet note on how to build trust with your internal customers and the hiring managers within your organisation. Learning the recruitment craft from agency ensures that your recruitment and talent acquisition expertise has a pretty healthy dose of salesmanship to it. It can then become an issue learning […]

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Building Trust

Shared from on 11 December 2015

Internal recruiters – A short but hopefully sweet note on how to build trust with your internal customers and the hiring managers within your organisation. Learning the recruitment craft from agency ensures that your recruitment and talent acquisition expertise has a pretty healthy dose of salesmanship to it. It can then become an issue learning […]

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Building Trust

Shared from on 11 December 2015

Internal recruiters – A short but hopefully sweet note on how to build trust with your internal customers and the hiring managers within your organisation. Learning the recruitment craft from agency ensures that your recruitment and talent acquisition expertise has a pretty healthy dose of salesmanship to it. It can then become an issue learning […]

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Building Trust

Shared from on 11 December 2015

Internal recruiters – A short but hopefully sweet note on how to build trust with your internal customers and the hiring managers within your organisation. Learning the recruitment craft from agency ensures that your recruitment and talent acquisition expertise has a pretty healthy dose of salesmanship to it. It can then become an issue learning […]

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Building Trust

Shared from on 11 December 2015

Internal recruiters – A short but hopefully sweet note on how to build trust with your internal customers and the hiring managers within your organisation. Learning the recruitment craft from agency ensures that your recruitment and talent acquisition expertise has a pretty healthy dose of salesmanship to it. It can then become an issue learning […]

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Do employees benefit from employee benefits?

Shared from on 17 June 2015

Staff benefits schemes seem to be a hot topic at the moment so I thought I’d chime in with my thoughts…. In years gone by the company car, paid phone bill’s or company credit card were pretty much the in domain of the professionals at the top of their game working in the most generous […]

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